RANTHAMBORE: Famous as one of India’s finest tiger sanctuaries, Ranthambore is now also a shining example of India’s secular traditions.
The Ganesh Dham temple on the periphery of the Ranthambore tiger reserve was in ruins till last year. But when Mumbai-based Muslim industrialist, Ashik Ali Nathani saw its terrible condition, he was inspired to revamp the temple as a means to promote communal harmony.
“Through their help and the blessings of Allah, I’ve been able to accomplish this mission. I don’t see any difference between a temple and mosque, they are all places of worship,” said Ashik Ali Nathani.
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