Kamala Harris, formerly South Asian American VP, wishes Diwali

As India celebrates Diwali, Vice Presidential election Kamala Harris, who will be the first South Asian Vice President, tweeted on Saturday, wishing Deepawali, the festival of lamps. He also wished “Happy Mubarak,” the Gujarati New Year, which comes a day after Diwali.

One of the most important holidays in India, Diwali signifies new beginnings and the victory of good over evil and light on darkness. More than 1 billion people worldwide are expected to celebrate.

“Happy Diwali and Happy Sal! @DouglasEmhoff And I want everyone around the world to celebrate a safe, healthy and cheerful New Year, ”Harris tweeted.

President Elect Joe Biden also tweeted and wished Diwali.

“Crores of Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists celebrate Prakashotsav,” @DrBiden And i send my best wishes #happy Diwali. May your new year be filled with hope, happiness and prosperity. Happy Sal, ”tweeted Mr. Biden.

President Trump also sent his greetings to holidaymakers on Twitter with a photo.

CBS News has estimated that Joe Biden will become 46th President, Making Kamala Harris the vice-president-elect. Kamala Harris’s ancestral village in South India was happy to hear the news. Her next position reads as a litany of firsts: She will be the first female vice president, the first black vice president, the first Asian American vice president, and the first democratic vice president from the West Coast.


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