Nowadays it has been seen that every other politician is using Twitter as a platform to reach the masses, to shower their wishes on festive occasions, Similarly PM Modi tweeted in Sanskrit on the occasion of Navratri and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor recently published his book ‘The Paradoxial Prime’, he tweeted a difficult 29 word on Twitter which has been trending on twitter as hashtag Tharoorism.
Let’s see what exactly tweeted:
देवी प्रसीदतु मयि ब्रह्मचारिण्यनुत्तमा॥
Maa Brahmacharini, we seek your blessings for our good health and prosperity.
Today, on the second day of Navratri, sharing a Stuti devoted to Maa Brahmacharini. https://t.co/C6muasWcCO
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 11, 2018
Let’s see what Shashi Tharoor tweeted:
My new book, THE PARADOXICAL PRIME MINISTER, is more than just a 400-page exercise in floccinaucinihilipilification. Pre-order it to find out why!https://t.co/yHuCh2GZDM
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) October 10, 2018
It has been discussed on Twitter that Modi’s tweet over Shashi Tharoor’s tweet is to overrate Sanskrit than English in the country.
Now, this trend of unknown vocabulary has been started in Marathi as well. Marathi RT– Twitter handle has started #Tharoorism and has asked Twitter users to share their vocabulary with innovative and oddly known Marathi words. Hashtag Tharoorism is seen quite trending on Twitter, people have responded to their call. Indeed this is a good idea to restore the old and less known difficult Marathi words.
#थरूरीझम हॅशटॅग पाहिलात का?
नसेल तर लगेच पहा.
तुम्हाला असे मराठी शब्द ज्ञात असतील किंवा तुम्ही निर्माण केले असतील तर ते आवर्जून ट्विट करा. pic.twitter.com/y5r9QgEeq4
— मराठी रिट्विट (@MarathiRT) October 14, 2018
— आदित्य कुलकर्णी (@Rakshas_22) October 15, 2018
— मराठी (@BeyondMarathi) October 15, 2018
ठिगळ- मुळ कपड्यावर फाटल्या ठिकाणी शिवण्यासाठी वापरलेले दुसरे कापड. #थरूरीझम
— गणेश भुतकर (@GaneshBhutkar) October 15, 2018