Shashi Tharoor’s Hindi Tweet Got People Together To Point Out His Grammatical Mistake
Tharoorian is a pretty indispensable part of the Indian internet at the moment.
A language for the thinking troll, Shashi Tharoor in his attempt to disprove Goswami’s exasperating farrago of distortions created another monster altogether. A good reason for every single internet user to exhaust a year’s worth of vocabulary to impress their virtual friends.
But nobody will ever accuse the man of not being eloquent and impeccable grammatically. Until now that is – because of this time, Mr. Tharoor used words we’ve truly not seen him use in a while.
वर्ल्ड हिंदी दिवस के अवसर पर मेरे हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं https://t.co/uHPn6udpV5
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) January 10, 2018
If us regular mortals make a mistake, we get corrected. If Shashi Tharoor makes a mistake, he gets trolled.
‘वर्ल्ड हिंदी, नाही ‘विश्व हिंदी’ लिखा जात है, ‘मेरे हार्दिक’ नाही ‘मेरी हार्दिक’ लिखा जात है मेहर भउजी वाले भइय्या😠https://t.co/YXHbjotDmB
— देहाती मोगली (@AajKaMogli) January 12, 2018
Full marks for trying!
— Aanchal (@followaanchal) January 12, 2018
@ShashiTharoor : Sir, Hindi term for world is vishwa
— McEngineer (@DharmarajSH) January 11, 2018
Now that grammar …..You got it wrong, Sir. But we get the meaning, that’s adequate.
— g c mishra (@gcmishra) January 11, 2018
— Anant Dubey (@anantramdubey) January 11, 2018
सर आओ कभी झुग्गी पर, देसी पिलाएँगे और हिन्दी भी सिखाएँगे https://t.co/llhuEEFlMD
— Raja Rabish Kumar (@RabishSDTV) January 12, 2018
KEEP IN TOUCH!
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