As the BJP emerged as the single largest party in Maharashtra and Haryana in the counting of votes for the assembly elections on October 19, Diwali celebrations began early outside the party headquarters in Delhi.
As the BJP emerged as the single largest party in Maharashtra and Haryana in the counting of votes for the assembly elections on October 19, In New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah seemed elated by their party's good show.
Earlier, Amit Shah was welcomed with rose petals by jubilant BJP workers when he arrived at the party headquarters in the Capital.
There was band baajaa outside the BJP headquarters.
And there was bhangra.
Diwali celebrations began early in Gurgaon.
Dance of Victory: Overjoyed BJP workers danced to the sound of drum beats in Gurgaon.
BJP workers in Gurgaon offered sweets to a poster of Narendra Modi.
BJP workers celebrated with much fanfare outside the party office in Mumbai as well.
Blowing Their Trumpet: Musicians played the Tutari in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's poster in Mumbai.
BJP general secretaries JP Nadda and Ram Lalji burst crackers with party supporters.
A sea of BJP workers gathered in Haryana to celebrate their party's win.
Maharashtra BJP President Devendra Fadnavis, front runner for the post of Chief Minister, and leader Om Prakash Mathur celebrated in Mumbai.