US President Donald Trump lights a Diwali at the White House on Diwali with First Lady Melania Trump, extends his vows – Donald Trump lit Diwali at the White House with his wife

US President Donald Trump with his wife Melania Trump lit a Diwali Diya at the White House on Saturday

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US President Donald Trump, along with his wife Melania Trump, lit a Diwali lamp at the White House on Saturday (local time) and greeted people on the occasion of Prakash Parv. In a statement issued by the White House, President Trump said: “The First Lady and I extend my warmest greetings to all who celebrate Diwali this week. This celebration of light festival includes friends, neighbors and loved ones who are evil. ” The spiritual victory of good is the sign of victory over light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. In this festival, lamps are lit in homes, workplaces, community places and places of worship. The warmth of this festival reminds us of the hope and devotion that faith and tradition are at the heart of our lives. “

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In his message, Donald Trump said, “The United States is a reliable nation, and I am proud of the work of my administration in upholding the constitutional right of all Americans and protecting them by living and worshiping according to their conscience.” “. Wherever Americans light a lamp to celebrate Diwali, our nation shines as a symbol of the religious freedom of all. ”

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He said this year, “We especially want to thank our friends and family for being with us. The First Lady and I wish the well-being of millions of people in the United States and around the world, wishing them a happy festival. ” Congratulations and wish a new start. “

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According to the Hindu religion, it is believed that on this day Bhagwan Shriram (seventh form of Lord Vishnu) returned to Ayodhya after completing 14 years of exile and defeating Ravana in battle. Lamps were lit in Ayodhya to welcome him. It is believed that since then people across the country celebrate Diwali on Kartik Amavasya Day. And consider it a symbol of the victory of the truth over the lie, the victory of knowledge over ignorance, etc.

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