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In Pics: Canadian PM Justin Trudeau celebrates Diwali in Indian attire

India's High Commissioner Vikas Swarup was also present at the celebration

ANI  |  Ottawa 

Justin Trudeau celebrating Diwali in Ottawa. Photo: Twitter ( @Justin Trudeau)
Justin Trudeau celebrating Diwali in Ottawa. Photo: Twitter ( @Justin Trudeau)

In 2015, made every girl go weak in their knees, when he appeared in a white kurta-pyjama, dancing to the tunes of a Punjabi song.

Since then, he has been making everyone go gaga over with his impeccable style and today is no different.

On Monday, the Canadian Prime Minister celebrated with Indian community in Ottawa in an elegant black achkan, with white embroidery on it.

High Commissioner was also present at the celebration.

This is not the first time has dressed in a 'desi attire'.

The implausibly good looking Prime Minister has been unleashing his inner desi man since 2012.


Justin Trudeau with Indian High Commissioner Vikas Swarup. Photo: Twitter ( @Justin Trudeau)
with Indian High Commissioner Photo: Twitter ( @Justin Trudeau)

In August, while attending the Day parade, looked dapper in purple Indian traditional kurta and pyjama.

Meanwhile in July, wore a traditional green-coloured kurta and pyjama with a garland of flower draped around his neck, while celebrating the 10th anniversary of the BAPS (Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha) Shri Swaminarayan Mandir.


Photo: Twitter (@JustinTrudeau)
Photo: Twitter (@JustinTrudeau)

In June, he took part in Toronto's Pride parade by wearing socks that carried a subtler political message.

The socks read, "Eid Mubarak," honouring the religious holiday that marks the end of Ramzan.

In 2015, donned a shalwar kameez at a mosque surfaced, sending all the desi ladies in a frenzy.

The festival of marks the return of Hindu Lord Rama to Ayodhya city in northern after he defeated Ravana - the powerful demon king of Lanka - to rescue his wife Sita.

On Diwali, people light fireworks and illuminate their houses with different types of lights.

This year, will be celebrated on October 19 across

First Published: Tue, October 17 2017. 11:51 IST