PM Modi's Unbelievable Diwali Tradition Will Leave You in Awe!

by K Vishwas 


Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a charismatic and influential statesman, upholds a longstanding tradition of commemorating Diwali alongside the nation's valiant defenders. This discourse delves into his recent excursion to Lepcha, situated in Himachal Pradesh, where he diligently perpetuated this heartening custom, diffusing mirth and appreciation throughout our unwavering security corps.

The Tradition of Diwali Celebrations

 Since ascending to office in 2014, Prime Minister Modi has consistently frequented military installations to observe Diwali with the warriors. These engagements have culminated in the cultivation of a profound rapport and mutual veneration.

PM Modi's Diwali Celebration in Lepcha, Himachal Pradesh 

On a crisp Sunday morning this year, Prime Minister Modi embarked on a journey to Lepcha in Himachal Pradesh to pay homage to Diwali with our fearless security personnel. He expressed his enthusiasm via social media, penning, "Arrived in Lepcha, Himachal Pradesh to celebrate Diwali alongside our dauntless security forces," whilst sharing evocative imagery encapsulating the essence of this event.

A Glimpse of the Celebration 

The shared photographs depict PM Modi attired in military regalia, standing resolute and dignified beside our guardians of security. His exchanges overflowed with warmth and adulation for the sacrifices these soldiers render to safeguard our nation.

In one of his social media communiques, he inscribed, "Communing with our dauntless security forces in Lepcha, Himachal Pradesh, has been an experience replete with profound sentiment and pride. Removed from their families, these sentinels of our realm illuminate our existence with their unwavering dedication."

A Remarkable Tradition 

This year marked the ninth anniversary of Prime Minister Modi's Diwali revelry with the soldiers. It all commenced in 2014 when he commemorated the festival with security forces in Siachen. Subsequently, he consistently honored the valor of the Indian Army in a multitude of manners.

  • In 2015, he ventured to three memorials in Punjab to celebrate the triumphs of the Indian Army in the 1965 conflict.
  • In 2016, he embarked on a journey to Himachal Pradesh to rendezvous with soldiers near the Sino-Indian border, engaging in discourse with the uniformed personnel from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), the Dogra Scouts, and the army at Sumdoh.
  • In 2017, the PM traversed to the Gurez sector in North Kashmir, partaking in the Diwali felicity of soldiers stationed in arduous terrains.
  • In 2018, he celebrated Diwali in Uttarakhand's Harsil, making an unannounced visit to the troops while commending their dedication.
  • In 2019, he paid a visit to soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri, extending his heartfelt Diwali greetings.
  • In 2020, he stood vigil at the Longewala border post, standing shoulder to shoulder with our soldiers, even in the demanding border regions.
  • In 2021, he rejoiced in the festival of lights in Jammu and Kashmir's Nowshera. Last year, Modi celebrated Diwali with soldiers in the historic and momentous location of Kargil.

PM Modi's Diwali Greetings 

Aside from his inspirational Diwali celebrations with the soldiers, earlier on the same day, Prime Minister Modi conveyed his heartfelt felicitations to the populace on the occasion of Diwali. He conveyed his best wishes, stating, "Wishing everyone a Joyous Diwali! May this special festival usher in joy, prosperity, and robust health into the lives of all." This gesture underscores his dedication to disseminating delight and elation among the citizens of India.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's annual practice of commemorating Diwali with the soldiers is a heartwarming embodiment of leadership, thankfulness, and reverence for the armed forces. His unwavering commitment to acknowledging their sacrifices and partaking in the joy of Diwali in challenging environs serves as an emblem of cohesion and pride for the entire nation.