Shilpa Shetty's daughter Samisha chants Gayatri mantra as she prays for an injured bird

Shilpa Shetty's daughter Samisha, who is about to turn two next month, was seen praying for an injured bird that was spotted in their garden. In a video, Samisha and Shilpa can be seen chanting the Gayatri Mantra for the bird to get better. The bird was later rescued by Peta India, Shilpa informed in her Instagram post. The video opens with Samisha standing in the garden area, with her back to the camera as Shilpa asked her, "Samisha are you praying, praying for the birdie to get better? Did the Birdie get a boo boo?" Samisha pointed towards the injured bird and said, "Birdie boo boo." Shilpa repeated her words. Samisha seemed concerned and pointed towards the bird saying, "Birdie die!" Shilpa then knelt beside her daughter and told her, "No baby, birdie is not dying yet. She will be better." The camera then panned to show us the bird. "Are you praying for the birdie to get better? Get well soon birdie, get well soon," Shilpa said as she folded her hands in prayer along with her daughter.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Shilpa Shetty Kundra (@theshilpashetty) The actress started chanting "Om, Om Sai Ram," as Samisha strolled backward. Noticing her, Shilpa asked her why she was walking away. Soon, she realized that Samisha was only trying to find a place to sit down. Samisha then sat down, folded her hands, and began chanting the Indian chant Gayatri Mantra. Shilpa also walked towards her and joined her. Shilpa then said, "Oh my God, so many prayers. Now the birdie will get better.” Sharing the video, Shilpa wrote on her Instagram, "Kids truly have the purest hearts. It’s amazing to see Samisha (who is not yet 2) feel compassion and empathy, and instinctively know when someone needs prayer and some unconditional love. The power of prayer and faith makes the world go round. I Hope we remember that more as grown-ups. Thank you, @petaindia, for rescuing the injured baby raven." Shilpa welcomed her toddler daughter Samisha via surrogacy on February 15, 2020. Shilpa said she opted for surrogacy after she had miscarriages. Also Read: Shilpa Shetty starts the first Monday of 2022 with hip-hop style aerobics; watch

Shilpa Shetty's daughter Samisha chants Gayatri mantra as she prays for an injured bird
Shilpa Shetty's daughter Samisha, who is about to turn two next month, was seen praying for an injured bird that was spotted in their garden. In a video, Samisha and Shilpa can be seen chanting the Gayatri Mantra for the bird to get better. The bird was later rescued by Peta India, Shilpa informed in her Instagram post. The video opens with Samisha standing in the garden area, with her back to the camera as Shilpa asked her, "Samisha are you praying, praying for the birdie to get better? Did the Birdie get a boo boo?" Samisha pointed towards the injured bird and said, "Birdie boo boo." Shilpa repeated her words. Samisha seemed concerned and pointed towards the bird saying, "Birdie die!" Shilpa then knelt beside her daughter and told her, "No baby, birdie is not dying yet. She will be better." The camera then panned to show us the bird. "Are you praying for the birdie to get better? Get well soon birdie, get well soon," Shilpa said as she folded her hands in prayer along with her daughter.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Shilpa Shetty Kundra (@theshilpashetty) The actress started chanting "Om, Om Sai Ram," as Samisha strolled backward. Noticing her, Shilpa asked her why she was walking away. Soon, she realized that Samisha was only trying to find a place to sit down. Samisha then sat down, folded her hands, and began chanting the Indian chant Gayatri Mantra. Shilpa also walked towards her and joined her. Shilpa then said, "Oh my God, so many prayers. Now the birdie will get better.” Sharing the video, Shilpa wrote on her Instagram, "Kids truly have the purest hearts. It’s amazing to see Samisha (who is not yet 2) feel compassion and empathy, and instinctively know when someone needs prayer and some unconditional love. The power of prayer and faith makes the world go round. I Hope we remember that more as grown-ups. Thank you, @petaindia, for rescuing the injured baby raven." Shilpa welcomed her toddler daughter Samisha via surrogacy on February 15, 2020. Shilpa said she opted for surrogacy after she had miscarriages. Also Read: Shilpa Shetty starts the first Monday of 2022 with hip-hop style aerobics; watch