MANGALORE: In the 18th century, a guru proclaimed that every creation of God has a right to worship freely and that there is only “One Caste, One Religion and One GOD.” He broke social taboos by giving equal access to the poor and to women. Eventually establishing the Kurdroli temple in the coastal town of Mangalore, interfaith harmony continues to this day.
The Muharat function for the golden chariot proposed to be built for Kudroli Lord Gokarnanatha temple was held on Sunday November 2. People belonging various communities including Hindus, Muslims and Christians have come forward to contribute to the cause. Representatives of these religions made contributions for the golden chariot through gold and cash components.
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