“Just as Hindu people and their leaders participated in our Eid celebration, we are also celebrating the Hindu festival called Dashain.”
“Dadi always says that no religion talks ill of other religion. Unless we start respecting each other (Hindu and Muslims), outsiders will draw advantage. It’s high time that we get united.”
Here Muslims chant shlokas and Hindus read Quran.
“The Hindu people staying in the village visit Quereshi’s home for darshan at the time of aarti & puja.”
West Bengal Muslims cancelled Muharram procession this year to donate the money for the treatment of a Hindu neighbor
Dargah of Narhar holds qawalis, skits and dance dramas are organised on the night of Janmashtami, similar to the ones held in temples.
“The catastrophic flood united us transcending all the boundaries of caste, religion and politics. Offering of Eid prayers at the temple hall reinforced this realization of human unity”
India is a land of festivals, where often people from different communities and religions come together to celebrate festivities irrespective of their faith or community. Spreading love, compassion and harmony — the festive season can often be the force that brings people closer beyond faith, and this year – like many others – we have…
“The common thread which bonded interfaith families was their love for family and humanity.”
Temple authorities held iftar as a token of appreciation to the members of the Muslim community, who had contributed to the restoration of the century-old temple
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