Lady Gaga Tweets A Sanskrit Mantra And Internet Is Going Crazy, Can You Guess The Meaning?

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 20 October 2019, 11:21 PM
Lady Gaga recently posted a Sanskrit Mantra on her Twitter.
Lady Gaga recently posted a Sanskrit Mantra on her Twitter. (Photo Credit : Instagram )

Lady Gaga has sent her fans into a frenzy by posting a Sanskrit Mantra on her Twitter that read, ''Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu''. While her Indian fans are quite happy with the tweet, it has also left many wondering about the reason why she put that out.

A rough translation of the Sanskrit Mantra means – ''May everyone, everywhere remain happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and freedom for all.''

As soon as the Pop icon shared this tweet, netizens flooded the comments section with several intriguing questions. While one user commented, ‘’ googles if this means anything about new music in a different language*’’, another wrote, ''Is this Sanskrit for ''LG6 coming soon?''

Meanwhile, a number of Indians seemed mighty pleased with the tweet. Many even tweeted "jai shree ram" to Gaga in response. Some even shared memes.

Lady Gaga was recently in news for falling off the stage while dancing with a fan during her Las Vegas concert. In the show, Gaga was picked up by a fan named Jack, who lost his balance and crashed to the ground below the stage. "It's amazing. We love each other so much we fell off the damn stage. We fell into each other's arms. We're like Jack and Rose from 'Titanic'. I suppose we should have some tea after that," she said after coming back to the stage.

Minutes later, Lady Gaga was back onstage. She told the fan, “You promise me you’re not gonna be sad about that, right?” and he replied, “I promise.”

Gaga has been performing her residency series at MGM's Park Theater in Vegas since January 20, 2019.

First Published: Sunday, October 20, 2019 08:36 PM
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