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Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos Displayed His Kite Flying Skills In Delhi

Jeff Bezo wearing a desi Kurta flying kites with a group of children seen in his Insta post during his current visit in India.

The President, CEO of Amazon Jeff Bezo is now in India for his three days trip in India. Jeff recently post in his Kite-flying skill in his Insta handle. Where a boy hands him a kite and saying him how to soaring it. He posted the video and captioned it “Any day is a good day when you get to fly a kite” with a Hashtag Thank you India (#thankyou India)

“Have you flown a kite in your life,” a young girl asks.

“I have flown kites when I was a kid,” Mr Bezos replied. “Haven’t flown a kite in a long time, it brings back memories…”

Another child asked whether he was missing it.

“I am,” he said, handing the kite back to the boy.

“Alright! Whoo! My kite-flying instructors. Thank you, you are excellent teachers,” said the Amazon boss, high-fiving each child.

The American internet and aerospace entrepreneur, investor and media proprietor Jeffery Preston Bezos mostly know for as the founder of Amazon. He paid homage to Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi on his current trip in India at Raj Ghat on 14th Jan’2020. He also shared a video of visiting Raj Ghat. In the video, he was wearing white-kurta-pyjama and orange Indian high-necked waistcoat like a traditional Indian attire. He gave his homage with a wreath on the memorial site of Father Mahatma Gandhi.

Mr Bezos tweeted “Just landed in India and spent a beautiful afternoon paying me respects to someone who truly changed the world, ‘Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever’- Mahatma Gandhi”

The E-Commerce Tycoon is here for an event organized by the small and medium businesses. The event will start in Delhi on Wednesday. He supposed to meet the key leaders, policymakers and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the event. Besides giving homage and soaring flight, Mr Bazos might have to answer for the Competition Commission of India (CCI) which is investigating the alleged competition law violation by Walmart-backed Flipkart and Amazon Inc.

Written by Swati Suvra

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