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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who visited India recently, has penned down a post wishing everyone for Diwali. He also revealed that he missed being in India for Diwali.
Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook post on Diwali garnered more than 2.91 lakh 'likes' and has been shared nearly 7,000 times.
Thank you to everyone I met in China and India for a great trip!
I enjoyed talking to so many students and people in our community, and I learned so much. It's good to be back home now with family, and I'm looking forward to visiting again next year.
I'll share a few more fun photos over the next couple of days. Here's one from Jingshan Park in Beijing overlooking the Forbidden City in the background.
Mark his words: IIT-D the real thing, where you learn to build anything - Times of India indiatimes.com
If Mark Zuckerberg wasn't their most generous potential employer -Facebook made the highest "offers" in the last round of placements in IIT Delhi -he could be a slightly older exchange student.