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Reason Behind KCR’s ‘Padabhivandanams’

India is a country of many traditions and cultures and this is the main reason why it stands apart from the world and symbolizes the essence of heritage. In our daily life, we do follow such practices but it is only when certain politicians do it our doubts raise because what they are made of.
The Telangana CM KCR is known for his aggressive stand in many issues but there is one thing he does which is catching attention. During his birthday he went to governor Narasimhan and did Padabhivandnam. KCR has been doing it since the time he associated with Narasimhan.
He does the same with president Pranab Mukherjee. So the question is, why is he doing this. Some felt this is KCR’s respect towards Brahmins. The answer is, this is not about casteism.
The governor is first citizen of state and president is first citizen of India. It is just a symbolism of respect that one needs to give to their citizens, hence KCR is doing it.