Festivals showcase India's diversity, spirit of Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat: PM Modi

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NEW DELHI: Prime Minister

Narendra Modi

on Tuesday extended his wishes on the beginning of

Navratri

and offered his wishes to various regions and communities celebrating the new year as per their traditional calendar.
Taking to twitter

PM Modi

said, "Over the next few days, people across India are going to be marking various festivals. These festivals showcase India's diversity and the spirit of 'Ek Bharat, Shreshtha Bharat.' May these special occasions spread happiness, prosperity, and brotherhood across the nation."

Over the next few days, people across India are going to be marking various festivals. These festivals showcase Ind… https://t.co/BhYL2uWRIS

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1618280250000

The Prime Minister also wished people on,

Gudi Padwa

, Sajibu Cheiraoba,

Ugadi

, Navreh, and Cheti Chand -- new year festivals celebrated by people of different regions.
"Greetings on Cheti Chand, particularly to the

Sindhi Community

. May the special blessings of Lord Jhulelal always remain upon us. I pray that everyone's wishes be fulfilled in the coming year," he tweeted.

Greetings on Cheti Chand, particularly to the Sindhi Community. May the special blessings of Lord Jhulelal always… https://t.co/uIEhbRb6HW

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1618281134000

"Navreh greetings to you all, On the special occasion of Navreh, praying for a year filled with joy and success. I also pray for the good health and well-being of everyone," he said in series of tweets.

Navreh greetings to you all! On the special occassion of Navreh, praying for a year filled with joy and success.… https://t.co/agFmApfveT

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1618281089000

PM Modi wished new year "Sajibu Cheiraoba" to the people of

Manipur

. "Sajibu Cheiraoba greetings to the people of Manipur. Best wishes for a happy and healthy year ahead," he tweeted.

Sajibu Cheiraoba greetings to the people of Manipur. Best wishes for a happy and healthy year ahead.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) 1618280934000

The Prime Minister also extended his wishes on

Baisakhi

, the harvest festival celebrated in

Punjab

.

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