Haryana villagers send rakhis to Trump The gesture by the residents of Marora village in the backward Mewat region represents the wish of the people that ties are further strengthened between India and the US.

Girls from Haryana’s Marora, popular as Trump village, with their Trump Rakhis on Saturday.
Girls from Haryana’s Marora, popular as Trump village, with their Trump Rakhis on Saturday.

He may have not heard of ‘Rakhi’, but the women and girls of a remote Muslim-dominated village “symbolically” named by an NGO after US President Donald Trump will send him 1,001 sacred threads on the Hindu festival that celebrates the brother-sister bond.

The gesture by the residents of Marora village in the backward Mewat region represents the “wish of the people that ties are further strengthened between India and the US”, says the NGO which has adopted the village.

For more details, read: Ahmedabad Mirror

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