Anand Mahindra, the ‘Twitter famous’ business magnate and Chairman of Mahindra Group, was one of many distinguished guests invited to the extravagant state dinner hosted by US President Joe Biden in tribute to Prime Minister Modi.
This opulent event took place on June 22, displaying a remarkable display of grandeur and attracting numerous eminent personalities from India.
Anand Mahindra shares special glimpses of the White House
Mahindra intrigued his online audience by sharing some fascinating moments from the musical performances that took place at the state dinner.
The Mahindra Group chairman also used a microblogging site to share photos he took while attending another meeting at the White House.
As if taking a tour of the White House, Mahindra captured snippets of the presidential home and its interior. He shared how during the ‘Teck Handshake’ he had the chance to explore the rooms inside the house and enjoy the ‘traditional atmosphere’ of the rooms named after their colours.
Mahindra was especially captivated by the art displayed on the walls of the house. The art that impressed the tycoon were the paintings of previous presidents. Among these, he was especially intrigued by the portrait of former President John F. Kennedy. He wrote: “The most moving presidential portrait is that of JFK. Painted posthumously and in a pensive pose… unlike the others…”.
Back at the White House this morning for the Tech Handshake. Immerse yourself in the traditional atmosphere of the rooms named for their colours. The most moving presidential portrait is that of JFK. Painted posthumously and in a pensive pose…unlike the others… pic.twitter.com/JZetsEmlBK
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) June 23, 2023
The Internet appreciated his posts from the White House
People on the Internet thanked the tycoon for sharing images of the interior of the White House. One user mentioned that most people on the platform will never get the chance to get such an intimate look at the site and thanked Mahindra for posting the images.
Most of us will never get a chance to visit the White House! Very nice of you to share glimpses. 😊
— Siddhant Das (@sidvick) June 23, 2023
A user was interested in finding out more about the president’s stay in the house and asked if he had seen the Oval Office on his trip.
Have you visited the Oval Office?
— DEVESH tiwari (@deveshtiwaree) June 23, 2023
Another user praised Mahindra for showing the site in detail with their posts.
I love your posts sir!!!
— Debarati Basu (@DebaratiBasu2) June 24, 2023
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