“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”
Eid brings extra sweetness as Muslim families make seiwan given by Hindu women
A small town in Pakistan celebrates interfaith harmony – where Hindus fast on Ramadan and Muslims prohibit slaughter of cows
Houston chef Kiran Verma who believes in the power of sharing food hosts interfaith iftars as perfect opportunities for peace making between people of different religions.
“For us Ganeshotsav is not a Hindu festival, but a community event that we all participate in,” said Mohammad Ansari.
Clark University’s South Asian Student Alliance (SASA) hosted a joint fundraiser celebrating the end of Ramadan for Muslims and Diwali for Hindus.
Every year local Muslims congregated at a local park to offer Eid prayers. But because of heavy rains, many were unable to pray on the muddy ground so the Sikh community offered their gurdwara as a prayer space.
People from different walks of life and faith shared a rare camaraderie at the Iftar organised by the Onam celebrations committee.
Muslims and Hindus jointly celebrated EID in some parts of Orissa and presented a milestone of peace and brotherhood
Close to 300 Muslims accepted the invitation to offer prayers and break the Ramazan fast at Sarala Dhoomavathi Daivasthana temple.
A devout Muslim who fasts every Ramzan has at the same time organized a Ganpati puja at Malad railway station for most of his service tenure.
In this holy land—with its mix of Ramanand, Kabir, Nanak, Chishti, Khusro, Nizam, Sai Baba, Sheikh Farid and Bulle Shah—no terrorist organization can uproot communal harmony