A 'holy cow' stands next to Robert Vadra's car in New Delhi.
Indian businessman Robert Vadra shared a video on social media expressing his love for India.
Vadra highlighted its "diversity and versatility" and posted a video of a cow that he claimed could predict one's future.
"Love India for its diversity and versatility!!," the son-in-law of UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and husband of Congress General Secretary wrote on his Facebook post.
"You can go out in the streets and learn so much... Help people and see the appreciation in their large genuine smiles and get roses in return... You could also know your future (from) a sacred cow who nods its head in agreement. Love being part of this amazing country."
Vadra shared a 17-second video of the cow standing next to a holy man which reportedly answers people's queries by nodding or shaking its head.
Vadra, seated in a car, asks the man: "Can it (cow) tell me everything?"
The man responds: "Yes, she will tell everything and will bless you. This is the sacred month of Sawan."
The holy man then urges the cow to go near Vadra who is seated inside his car.
"Hello darling, hello baby," says Vadra, affectionately petting the cow.
Vadra also shared pictures of some children giving him flowers.
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