Vadra, who is the husband of Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi, seemingly stumbled upon the cow during a street walk.
In the same post, he also shared photos of a group of kids, from whom he's seen purchasing a rose.
Here are more details.
In the video, which is filmed from Vadra's car, the 50-year-old businessman asks the cow's custodian, "Will she tell me everything?"
The custodian then replied, "Yes, she will tell everything and will bless you. This is the sacred month of Sawan."
When the custodian urges the cow to go near Vadra, the latter pets her, saying, "Hello darling, hello baby."
Vadra said, "Love India for its diversity and versatility! You can go out in the streets and learn so much, help people, and see the appreciation in their large genuine smiles."
He added, "You could also know your future by a sacred cow, who nods its head in agreement. Love being part of this amazing country."
Is he trying to be funny?
Meanwhile, on Saturday, Vadra visited the National War Memorial in Delhi to mark the 20th anniversary of the Kargil War.
Pictures from his visit were shared on social media and Vadra wrote, "I am truly overwhelmed with emotions & I feel indebted towards our armed forces for their sacrifices."
He added, "I salute the martyrs who laid down their lives for our country."
Separately, accused in a money laundering case involving the purchase of several properties in London, Vadra was allowed by a Delhi court on June 3 to travel abroad for six weeks for health reasons, with the caveat that he shall not tamper with the evidence.
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