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Now the light of Hindi, leaders from all over the world said in a congratulatory message – Happy Diwali


Leaders from all over the world gave congratulatory messages and it was in Hindi. These leaders include many leaders including Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Naftali Bennett has even tweeted in Hindi wishing the Indian people a Happy Diwali.

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The festival of Diwali was celebrated with great enthusiasm not only in the country but across the world. On the occasion of Prakash Parv, people congratulated each other and distributed gifts. The special thing is that the Hindi language was celebrated on this festival.

Leaders from all over the world gave congratulatory messages and it was in Hindi. These leaders include many leaders including Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Naftali Bennett has even tweeted in Hindi wishing the Indian people a Happy Diwali.

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Bennett tweeted- Happy Diwali to my friend Narendra Modi. Also, best wishes to everyone celebrating the festival of Diwali in India and the world. At the same time, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson started a greeting message to Indians by saying Namaste. He has wished Diwali as well as the Sikh festival Bandi Chhor Divas.

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Boris said in the video message – Hello, I am Boris Johnson and extend my best wishes to all those who are celebrating Deepawali and Bandi Chhor Divas. Diwali is the festival of light. After a bad time this year, people are celebrating the festival with their families. After the situation of Corona in the month of November last year, we have covered a long distance. I am once again thanking all the Hindu, Sikh, Jain communities of Britain from the bottom of my heart.

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