Relevant hashtags have become quite a thing on social media. Even when there is nothing worthwhile trending on the Internet, people are busy cracking jokes or locking horns in photoshop battles or caption competitions.
Talking about the millennial culture, they create their own trends on social media. This time, the hashtag that took the spotlight on Twitter is #FinePeopleFromIndia.
For a couple of days now, #FinePeopleFromIndia has been trending, and after looking at the beautiful people in the hashtag, we know why this is the best hashtag ever, and how it is still going so strong. With the hashtag, Indians around the globe – mostly NRIs – started posting pictures of themselves on Twitter.
Apparently, the best part about the trend is that it highlighted the country’s rich diversity and celebrated it in its own way.
From a ‘curly-haired Indian lad’ to ‘hijab-clad’ Indian woman from India, this trend is also a conversations starter.
Have a look at these:
We're not the "curry" people or the "chai" people.— ankita 🏳️🌈 (@stateofswixft) March 14, 2018
We don't put "bindi" on our forehead all the time or we don't wear "saree" all the time.
Our country is secular. Different religions, caste, tribes. ❤️
We are human just like y'all. #FinePeopleFromIndia pic.twitter.com/xHkuYoopYQ