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Michelle Obama to lead Diwali celebrations in White House
US Senators John Cornyn and Mark R Warner announced that they would introduce a resolution to recognise the religious and historical significance of Diwali.
Washington: US First Lady Michelle Obama would lead this year's Diwali celebrations the White House, which is expected to be attended by lawmakers, senior administration officials and eminent Indian Americans.
"The First Lady will provide remarks at the White House Diwali celebration," the White House announced on Friday. A media advisory said the festival of lights would be observed on November 5.
Meanwhile, US Senators John Cornyn and Mark R Warner, co-chairs of Senate's bipartisan India Caucus, announced that they would introduced a bipartisan resolution in the Congress to recognise the religious and historical significance of Diwali.
The resolution honours an important tradition of Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains in the flourishing Indian-American community in the US as well as those of our partners in India, they said.
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