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Breakfast of Indians is huge in the world! Anand Mahindra shared the meme

Anand Mahindra shared a meme praising Indian food.

Anand Mahindra is very active on Twitter. They are always sharing new things on their Twitter account. Often their posts are thought provoking, inspiring or funny. He shared a similar photo on Sunday. Don’t underestimate Indians and Indian food from this meme. He shared an old meme about Kellogg’s metaphor and it went viral.

Kellogg’s is an American food company that came to India more than a decade ago. He challenged the Indians to change their breakfast habits, which are made from different types of Indian cereals, and offered an alternative, cornflakes. Meanwhile, realizing that foods like cornflakes could not last long on the lips of Indians, the American company began to imitate Indians. This viral meme shows a packet of Kellogg’s parables on a shelf. It says, “Kellogg came to India to challenge Indians to change their breakfast and breakfast habits, and it happened 10 years later.”

Anand Mahindra lauded the metaphor, saying, “Kellogg has been in India for more than a decade. And now this meme is circulating on the internet. Never underestimate the power of our local champions. ”

Meanwhile, Mahindra’s tweet has been liked by more than 12,000 people and retweeted by more than 1,200 people. Also, many netizens have reacted to this. One user said, “Foods in our country have evolved in the 1000’s. Once a new food or recipe comes along, it can’t be replaced by a Hollywood movie. ” Another user says, “Any food from western country like Paratha, Pohe, Jalebi, Mirchi Vada, Vada Pav, Matar Kulcha, Churma, Chhole-Kulche, Lassi, Puri Sabzi, Chapati-Sabji-Dal, Dahi Bhat, Idli, Upma, Vada cannot replace sambar, chapati, kebab, sweet rice. ”

 

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