Kamala Harris’ native village in Tamil Nadu celebrates her victory

Some people in the village are preparing a traditional recipe ‘Murukku’ to celebrate the occasion. Many were seen cleaning the street and coloring the corners of the streets.

US Inauguration Day: Kamala Harris native village in Tamil Nadu celebrates her victory (PC: Social Media)

New Delhi: In the US today, Vice President Kamala Harris will also be sworn in along with President Joe Biden. People have gathered in Thulasendrapuram village in Nagapattinam district of Tamil Nadu for the swearing-in ceremony. People in the village have placed huge posters and hoardings of Kamala Harris outside the shops and their homes.

Celebration at Kamala Harris’ village:

Some people in the village are preparing a traditional recipe ‘Murukku’ to celebrate the occasion. Many were seen cleaning the street and coloring the corners of the streets to mark the victory of Kamala Harris. People also prayed for Kamala Harris in the village temple.

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Speaking to news agency, Sivaranjani, who was making Murakuku, said that all the people of the village are very happy today because our Kamala Diya is ready to become the Vice President of America. We are all very excited. He is very excited. Certainly many women in the village get inspired by this.

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US Vice President:

Kamala Harris will be sworn in as the Vice President of America today. Kamala Harris has a special relationship with India. Actually, his mother was from Chennai. Kamala Harris’ family lived in Thulendendrapuram village in Tamil Nadu.

Kamala will take oath today on the bible:

The Bible of a black woman has been shown at every major moment of Kamala Harris’s political life so far. She was sworn in as the Attorney General of California with her left hand on this Bible, and it was when she was sworn in as a senator from California to protect the US Constitution. In a 2019 article in a magazine called Basal, Harris wrote, “I always take Mrs. Shelton with me.”

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