Watch: Huskies Take Blessings from Morning Aarti, People Call Them Sanskari Dogs

Watch: Huskies Take Blessings from Morning Aarti, People Call Them Sanskari Dogs

The video was posted on Instagram shows a man who could be seen putting his hand over a pooja ki aarti and giving blessings from the morning aarti to the pet dogs.

Today, there are many people who love their pets like their own children. And parents must invest their values and traditions into their kids. One such traditional Indian family that hasn’t forgotten their Indian culture even after moving to the States was seen following some Hindu traditions and including their pet dogs, who are a part of their family.

The user ‘shravanavyukta’ shared the video on Instagram with the following caption: “Huskies in an Indian household literally become devoted to the customs. We are based out of the US, and winter is coming!”

In the video, a man could be seen putting his hand over a pooja ki aarti and giving blessings from the morning aarti to the pet dogs. Likewise, the man could be seen putting a hand over the eyes of the two huskies, named Sharvara and Aaira. The cute doggos seemed excited about the daily customs and loved acquiring blessings from the aarti with the help of their hooman in such an affectionate way.

The reel has gone viral with over 251k likes and 2.5 million views. Netizens found the video cute and said it was the cutest thing they’d seen on the internet today. Several users assumed the family lives in India, which is not a very husky-friendly country due to the hot weather. “Tell me you are an Indian without telling me you are an Indian version,” a user commented. “Siberian Kumar Husky,” a user joked. “You missed the teeka,” another user wrote. “Aww when he’s blessing both are closing eyes so cuteee,” a fourth user wrote.

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After the video went viral and many Instagram users demanded the dogs to get the whole experience of aarti by putting tilak on their foreheads, their owner shared a follow-up video that showed the dogs with teeka on their heads.

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