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Rongali Bihu: PM Modi, Amit Shah, governor Mukhi, CMs of Northeast extend greetings

Rongali Bihu: PM Modi, Amit Shah, governor Mukhi, CMs of Northeast extend greetings

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Rongali Bihu: PM Modi, Amit Shah, governor Mukhi, CMs of Northeast extend greetings Rongali Bihu: PM Modi, Amit Shah, governor Mukhi, CMs of Northeast extend greetings

GUWAHATI: On the occasion of Rongali Bihu Prime minister Narendra Modi, Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Himanta Biswa Sarma, and chief ministers from other Northeastern states have extended Bihu greetings to the people celebrating the festival.

Extending greetings to the people of Assam on the of sacred occasion of Bohag Bihu, prime minister Narendra Modi prayed for everyone’s good health and happiness.

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“On the occasion of Bohag Bihu, I extend my best wishes to the Assamese brothers and sisters. With the blessings of Mother Kamakhya, I wish everyone a happy, peaceful and prosperous life,”Union home minister Amit Shah tweeted in Assamese.

Chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal took to Facebook and extended his warm wishes for the festival.

Finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma also took to Twitter and wrote, “I extend my greetings to everyone on the joyous occasion of Rongali Bihu and Assamese New Year! May this festive season bring with it immense joy and good luck for everyone.”

“Happy Rangali Bihu and Assamese New Year,” Assam governor Jagdish Mukhi tweeted in Assamese.

Tripura chief minister Bplab Kumar Deb wrote,”May this festival fill up your life with enthusiasm and energy and helps to bring prosperity and happiness to you and your family. Happy Rongali Bihu!”

The occasion of Bihu signals the onset of the warmer days and the spring season.

It is celebrated by various names in different parts of the country, such as Vaisakhi, Vishu, Poila Boishak, Puthandu, etc.

The occasion of Bihu signals the onset of the warmer days and the spring season.

It is celebrated by various names in different parts of the country, such as Vaisakhi, Vishu, Poila Boishak, Puthandu, etc.

Every year, the festivals fall on April 13 or April 14, based on the Hindu or Sikh calendar.

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