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Diwali celebrations are in full swing American pataks groove to Bollywood song don't miss it watch the video

Diwali celebrations are in full swing American pataks groove to Bollywood song don
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Diwali celebrations are in full swing in the USA Embassy in India. A video posted by the Embassy in Delhi exhibits a gaggle of American ladies, wearing vibrant Indian clothes, grooving to Bollywood hit quantity “Dilbar”

Diwali celebrations are in full swing in the USA Embassy in India. A video posted by the Embassy in Delhi exhibits a gaggle of American ladies, wearing vibrant Indian clothes, grooving to Bollywood hit quantity "Dilbar" from the film Satyamev Jayate because the viewers cheers on.

The video clip, shot in backyard space, is a couple of minutes lengthy and is getting lot of traction on social media. "May this festival of relationships take Indo-US relationship to great heights," posted a person on Fb. "Happy Diwali and great Job by American Divas," wrote one other person.

"We are already getting into the #Diwali groove! Watch our American divas shake a leg together on a hit Bollywood song!," the US Embassy India confirmed.

The Indian competition Diwali or the competition of lights will probably be celebrated on October 27, Sunday, internationally. The day marks the approaching house of Lord Ram together with spouse Sita and brother Lakshman to Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh after an exile interval of 14 years. The day of their return was amavas or a brand new moon day, so folks lit diyas of their properties to unfold mild and welcome them the house. The custom of lighting diyas is being adopted since then.

To rejoice Diwali, folks trade items and candy bins with their family and associates. Additionally, they clear their properties, beautify it and lightweight diyas to welcome Goddess Lakshmi, who is taken into account the goddess of wealth.

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