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Indian Army jawans celebrate Diwali in JKs Akhnoor alongside see shots

As India is all build to celebrate Diwali, Indian Army troopers posted alongside the Line of Withhold a watch on (LoC) in the Akhnoor sector were seen celebrating the auspicious festival by lighting lamps. The jawans posted on the border were furthermore seen performing Lakshmi pooja and bursting firecrackers to celebrate the festival of lights.

“I desire to relate the countrymen no longer to trouble and celebrate the festival with fleshy joy,” a jawan was quoted as announcing by ANI

Wishing India a extraordinarily Satisfied Diwali, Colonel Iqbal Singh said, “I desire to desire the countrymen a extraordinarily gay Diwali and guarantee them that our troopers are alert and are maintaining a vigil on the border.” 

Sachin Pilot celebrates Diwali with jawans

Congress leader Sachin Pilot on October 18 shared just a few shots on his social media platform and said, “At this time time afternoon on the Cantonment with Officers and Jawans – Constantly a pleasure and an honour. Jai Hind!”

At this time time afternoon on the Cantonment with Officers and Jawans – Constantly a pleasure and an honour.


Jai Hind!


आज दोपहर जवानों और ऑफ़िसरस के साथ।


जय हिन्द 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/FW6mBB9hFo

— Sachin Pilot (@SachinPilot) October 18, 2022

Diwali 2022

Diwali is smartly-known nationwide with extensive pomp and repeat. Of us compose puja, look rituals, decorate their homes with diyas, rangoli, embellishes, and lights, revel in savory sweets and meals and gown in contemporary dilapidated apparel to celebrate the festival of lights. 

In step with Hindu mythology, the day is smartly-known to label the day Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya after spending 14 years of his exile. Because the festival approaches, of us impress needs for health, wealth, and prosperity to the gods Lakshmi, Ganesh, and Kubera as phase of the festival of lights.

With Dhanteras or Dhan Trayodashi as the first day and Bhai Dooj as the final, Diwali festivities final for five days. The festivities this yr begins on October 21 this yr will finish on October 25.

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