I am Muslim but my “blood brother” is a Hindu. A special friendship decided by our grandmothers over 24 years ago as part of a unique Nepali tradition.
Examples of peace and harmony continue to exist all over the country in small gestures. It is these simple acts, prompted by generosity and large-heartedness which keeps our country from splintering violently. Check out some of these acts in the past, which will simply touch your heart. Read more: Communal Harmony
“My wife was close to delivering the baby and all we could see was a Ganpati mandir. As soon as we got down outside the temple, some women rushed to help us. “
PESHAWAR: Muslims, Christians and Sikhs joined Hindus in a rare Diwali celebrations in Peshawar, the capital of Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. The event was organised by All Pakistan Hindu Rights Movement Chairman Haroon Sarab Diyal at the premises of ancient Gor Khattree monument here on Saturday night. Diyal said the “objective of holding this unique gathering was…
Nazim approached temple administrators and told them: “You Hindus will soon have your new temple. But we Muslims have no place to worship…would you give us a small area of your land?”
“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.