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Diwali Celebration Around The World: Biden Lit A Lamp In The White House, Johnson Told This Diwali Special

World Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Surendra Joshi
Updated Thu, 04 Nov 2021 08:49 PM IST

Summary

After getting relief from the black shadow of Corona for almost two years, this time the enthusiasm of Diwali is visible all over the world.

US President Biden and First Lady lighting the lamp
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Deep Parv – 2021 is being celebrated with enthusiasm in countries around the world. Attractive lights have been lit on the buildings and fireworks are being fired fiercely. US President Joe Biden greets by lighting a lamp at the White House. On the other hand, British PM Boris Johnson said that this Diwali is special, because we have all seen difficult times passing. Compared to last November, we have come a long way today.
In his greeting, Biden said, ‘The light of Diwali reminds us to move from darkness to wisdom, wisdom and truth. It leads us from division, unity and despair to hope. Happy Diwali to Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists in America and around the world.

One World Trade Center was decorated with Diwali-themed animation for the first time in New York. There was also a fireworks display, which was seen by spectators on both sides of the Hudson River.

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Recalling the Corona period, British PM Boris Johnson said, ‘We have all seen difficult times, I hope that this Diwali and Bandi Chhore Day will definitely be special. This year Diwali will give you an opportunity to meet with family and friends. When we think of last year’s November, we no doubt have come a long way.

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Deep Parv – 2021 is being celebrated with enthusiasm in countries around the world. Attractive lights have been lit on the buildings and fireworks are being fired fiercely. US President Joe Biden greets by lighting a lamp at the White House. On the other hand, British PM Boris Johnson said that this Diwali is special, because we have all seen difficult times passing. Compared to last November, we have come a long way today.

In his greeting, Biden said, ‘The light of Diwali reminds us to move from darkness to wisdom, wisdom and truth. It leads us from division, unity and despair to hope. Happy Diwali to Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists in America and around the world.

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