Spontaneous photoshoot of elderly Sikh couple warms hearts


The internet has been moved by a video showing an elderly Sikh couple taking part in a spontaneous photoshoot.

In the viral video uploaded to Instagram on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, photographer Sutej Singh Pannu approaches the couple as they’re sitting in the sun and enjoying a cup of tea. He compliments the couple, telling them that they look very “lovely” and asks to Take their picture.

Pannu has printed their photo and presented it to the man. He then asks Pannu for permission to take their picture. Another picture This time, they were standing. The photo is taken while the man curls up his mustache, and the woman adjusts the size of her dupatta to make it more professional.

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Along with the video, Pannu wrote about spiritual awareness in his post’s description:

The space of wholeness does not exist outside, but is very much within you. As the light of awareness begins returning to the source, the divine light within will start shining. [sic] outwardly. Inner healing leads to the healing of the outside. When you see the co-relation between inward healing and outside healing, duality ceases. The truth of oneness will take over your consciousness. When thoughts are neutral, mental trauma blocks can be removed. The opposite of rigidity is flow, and resistance becomes acceptance. The magic of inner joy, inner knowledge and eternal bliss will take over your life as soon as you step into this place of inner acceptance.

The video has received over 9 million views and 970,000 likes. Many users have expressed admiration for the couple as well as praise Sannu for being kind.

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“Beautiful isn’t enough to describe this,” one user commented.

“Brother, so much respect for you for the way you spoke to them and accommodated all their excitement and joy,” wrote another. “Please keep doing what you do!”

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