'Different festivals represent India's vibrant culture': PM Modi

By Tasso Konia
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As several regions of India welcome the end of winter and the beginning of harvest season with a variety of festivities, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation on Friday, saying that the different festivals represent the country's vibrant cultural diversity.

Modi sent out a Twitter post extending his wishes to all of the country's holiday-celebrating communities. "Various festivals are being celebrated throughout India to commemorate the country's strong cultural variety. Please accept my greetings on these celebrations "The Prime Minister sent out a tweet.

The harvesting season for crops is marked by the festivals of Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Bhogali Bihu, and Uttarayan when winter takes a back seat and the arrival of spring is heralded. People celebrate the event in a variety of ways and forms, and they take pleasure in the products of a successful harvest, with an emphasis on the importance of environmental preservation.

With a photo message that said, "Happy Makar Sankranti!" the Prime Minister extended his Makar Sankranti greetings "On the occasion of Makar Sankranti, I'd like to extend my greetings to everyone. May this event, which is linked with the worship of nature, bring good health and pleasure to everyone who participates and celebrates it."

On the occasion of Uttarayan, he tweeted a picture message in Gujarati and said, “Have a wonderful Uttarayan.”

In another tweet, the Prime Minister expressed his best wishes to the people on the occasion of Bhogi. It was he who remarked, "Greetings from Bhogi to everyone. May the spirit of happiness in our community be enriched as a result of this particular celebration. The health and well-being of our fellow people is something I pray for every day."

On the occasion of Magh Bihu, the Prime Minister hoped that "this festival will bring happiness and prosperity to everyone's life."

Modi expressed his greetings on the occasion of Pongal, noting that the festival is connected with the rich culture of Tamil Nadu, and extended his best wishes.

"On this wonderful day, I would want to extend my greetings to everyone, but especially to the Tamil people who are distributed around the world. I wish that our relationship with nature and the spirit of fraternity in our society will continue to grow stronger "He sent out a tweet.

On Thursday, President Ram Nath Kovind expressed his wishes to everyone throughout India who was celebrating Republic Day. Our natural bond with nature is highlighted by these events, which draw attention to the unity in variety that characterizes our country." As the holidays approach, "may they bring wealth and happiness to everybody," the President had wished on Twitter.

The holidays have also been celebrated by a number of other famous figures, including Amit Shah, JP Nadda, and Rahul Gandhi.


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