Justin Trudeau’s Video Wishing Tamilians on Thai Pongal in Three Languages Is Winning the Internet Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is probably one of the most popular world leaders and he is also one of the most followed on social media. He regularly makes news with his appearances at functions and for all the cool ways that he interacts with his countrymen. Justin Trudeau is also one of the cool world leaders who make appearances at Pride parades and visits important religious places of worship dressed in traditional attire and looking like a million bucks. However, this time around Justin Trudeau took to Twitter to and addressed his nation on the auspicious and joyous occasion of Thai Pongal and wished Canada in a video in three languages, English, French, and Tamil. And once again, he made people applaud him. Justin Trudeau’s video wishing Thai Pongal to Tamilians is winning the internet.
Thai Pongal is a harvest festival celebrated by Tamilians all over the world. It is a four-day festival and is celebrated from January 14 to January 17, 2018. Thai Pongal is one of the most important festivals of Tamil Nadu and Tamilians all over the world celebrate this with much pomp and fervor. Thai Pongal or Pongal corresponds to Makar Sankranti in the rest of India, and on this occasion, Justin Trudeau uploaded a video in which he wished the people for the festival. Justin Trudeau wrote, “Happy Thai Pongal to Tamils celebrating! Joyeux Thaï Pongal aux tamouls qui célèbrent! Iniya Pongal Nalvazhthukkal.” Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Looks Dapper In Indian Kurta Pajama During 10th Anniversary Celebrations Of BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir In Toronto Watch Justin Trudeau’s video here:
Happy Thai Pongal to Tamils celebrating! Joyeux Thaï Pongal aux tamouls qui célèbrent! Iniya Pongal Nalvazhthukkal: pic.twitter.com/AT8YE4t3AB
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) January 14, 2017 Justin Trudeau has really proved that when it comes to his counterparts he knows very well to keep his countrymen happy and keep the diversity going in Canada.
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