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President Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and Boris Johnson celebrated Diwali in this style.

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris extended Diwali greetings on Thursday. Biden tweeted that the lights of Diwali remind us that out of darkness lies wisdom and truth. Unity from division, hope from despair.

On the special occasion of Diwali, US President Joe Biden and America’s First Lady Jill Biden have extended their best wishes. He was also seen celebrating Diwali on this occasion.

Joe Biden wrote in a tweet, “The light of Diwali reminds us of wisdom and truth from darkness, unity from division, hope from despair. Happy Diwali to Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists in America and around the world.

Biden shared his photo with his wife, Jill Biden, lighting a lamp at the White House. Apart from this, Britain’s PM Boris Johnson has also wished Diwali.

“May the light of Diwali remind us that from darkness there is knowledge, wisdom, and truth. From division, unity. From despair, hope. ”

To Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists celebrate in America and worldwide — from the People’s House to yours, Happy Diwali.

US Vice President Kamala Harris also released a video on Twitter wishing Diwali. She said that the festival of lights is being celebrated all over the world. But this time, the meaning of Diwali is very different. This year Diwali is coming with even deeper meaning amid the devastating pandemic. This holiday reminds us of the most sacred values ​​of our country.

 

She expressed condolences to those who lost their loved ones in the Corona tragedy. Kamala Harris said that we should stand with those who have lost their loved ones in this disaster. It is humanity to walk by holding each other’s hand in sorrow.

Happy Diwali to everyone celebrating the festival of lights in the US&around the world. This yr #Diwali arrives with an even deeper meaning in midst of a devastating pandemic.The holiday reminds us of our nation’s most sacred values: US VP Kamala Harris

(Source: US VP’s Twitter) pic.twitter.com/decXhfpcof

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also wished everyone in India a Happy Diwali and Bandi Chhor Divas. After the tough times for all of us, Johnson said that I hope this Diwali and Bandi Chhor Divas are special. This time of year is for meeting with family and friends. When we think of last November, there is no doubt that we have come a long way.

 

 

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