“We have blended with our brothers just like two colours mix together, effortlessly,”
“We have been doing this for several generations. Muslims making garlands for Hindu gods and goddesses may be a strange thing for an outsider but not for residents of Ayodhya,” said Arshad, a Muslim artisan.
“We have done this to send a message across that Hindu and Muslims are one. The people chanted mantras, heard verses and the Quran in unision.”
Nazneen derives inspiration from writers and scholars of Mughal period who had translated Ramayana and Mahabharata in Arabic and Persian.
In light of the recent verdict regarding the Ayodhya controversy Dharma Deen Alliance would like to emphasize that Ayodhya’s local communities are for stability and harmony.