Watch: Preity Zinta visits Kamakhya temple, says ‘these moments of stillness and gratitude make up for all the chaos and judgment around’ – Times of India

Preity Zinta recently visited the famous Kamakhya temple in Guwahati and shared a video collage from the Nilachal Hills as we got to see how the beautiful temple complex looks like from inside. Wearing a pink suit and covering her head, Preity looked like simply girl-next-door. She also didn’t forget to wear the face mask.
In the video, you can see the temple along with the nearby stores, and the holy pond near the temple. Preity also received a miniature Kamakhya temple replica as a gift from a kamakhya temple pujari. The actor also took a series of selfies from inside the temple complex. In the Instagram post she added ‘Chariots Of Fire by Vangelis’ as the background music.

Sharing the beautiful video, Preity captioned it, “One of my reasons to go to Guwahati was to visit the famous Kamakhya Devi temple. Even though our flight was delayed for several hours & I was up all night, it all seemed worth it once I entered the temple. I felt such powerful vibrations when I went there & a sense of peace n calm (folded hands emoji).”
The caption further read, “These moments of stillness & gratitude make up for all the chaos & judgement around & for this I am grateful. If any of you go visit Guwahati do not miss this incredible temple. You can thank me later (heart eyes emoji) Jai Ma Kamakhya – Jai mata di (folded hands emoji) #ting.”

Meanwhile, Preity Zinta faced the wrath of social media on Friday after one of her videos went viral. In the video, the actress was seen posing for the shutterbugs before entering her car. However, while she was at it, a man pushed his wheelchair towards her to beg for some money. Preity, who was reportedly in a hurry to get to the airport, was seen ignoring the man while getting into her car. The wheelchair-bound man followed her car to the centre of the road, but his persistence didn’t pay off as Preity’s car drove off.

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