Biden, Trump wishes the Indians on diwali

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2020-11-14 00:54:34 IST

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"To the millions of Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and Buddhists observing the Festival of Lights, @DrBiden and I give our best wishes for a HappyDiwali. Will the new year be full of promise, peace and success. "Sal Mubarak," said Mr. Biden.

Newly elected US President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and former President Donald Trump on November 14 sent Deepavali's greetings to everyone enjoying the lighting festival. 

"To the millions of Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and Buddhists observing the Festival of Lights, @DrBiden and I give our best wishes for a HappyDiwali. Will the new year be full of promise, peace and success. "Sal Mubarak," said Mr. Biden. 

On Saturday (11 November), as Indians and people of Indian descent around the globe embraced Diwali, US President Donald Trump sat down to extend his Diwali wishes. His tweet was just a few hours before Biden's.

In what seems to be a space in the White House, Trump shared a picture of him. A Diya light can be seen in the picture. It can be seen accompanied by representatives of the Indian-American community. 

Diwali, the festival of lights, depicts the victory of good over bad light over darkness, pleasure over despair, and wisdom over confusion.

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