New York Mayor takes part in Durga Puja celebrations with Bangladeshi community | Photos here

New York City Mayor Eric Adams attended the Durga Puja celebrations of the city’s Bangladeshi community on Sunday. Adam was accompanied by New York’s Deputy Commissioner for International Affairs, Dilip Chauhan.

Adams said the festival’s message that good triumphs over evil can be appreciated by all in these trying times.

He shared a few photos on his Twitter account, writing: “Durga Puja celebrates the triumph of good over evil. We can all appreciate that in these challenging times. What a joy and honor to join the Bangladeshi community tonight of our town in Queens.” .

Last month, Adams had attended the Ganesh Rathyatra festivities at the Hindu Temple Society of North America in Vlissingen in the city.

“What an amazing experience to be a part of Grand Ganesh Rathyatra at the Hindu Temple Society of North America in Vlissingen. Diversity is our strength. #GaneshTempleStreet,” he tweeted.

Durga Puja, one of India’s most important festivals, is celebrated with grandeur and fervor. Durga Puja is a major celebration in West Bengal although it is celebrated in other regions of the country as well.

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