People of different faiths in Delhi continue to seek blessings from Sufi saints
Bechan Baba, is the caretaker of the Chowkhamba mosque – also known as Char-o-Dervish, literally meaning “four Sufi saints”.
Every Ramzan, many Hindus living in Pakistan fast.
Amid the outcry over hijab, halal, and azaan, the youth emerged as a symbol of communal harmony through his action.
“For me, fasting for a few days in the month of Ramadan means connecting with Muslims and showing solidarity with them”
In Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, Muslims play holy music for Hindu temple visitors
Muslims in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh assist Hindu pilgrims during Shivratri
According to Pew Research Centre, 84% of Indians said that to be “truly Indian”, it is very important to respect all religions.
Recalling that Muslims would participate in Hindu festivals honouring each other’s religions, Zahara stated that Muslims mingle with Hindus in the Diwali and other festivals reflecting rich communal harmony under the Unity in Diversity tradition of India.
Muslim artisans create elaborate Durga puja tableaux for Hindu festivals
Many Sufis expressed love of God through Urdu poetry about Krishna
The Dargah of Hafiz Ali Hussain in the northern city of Moradabad is one such place where devotees from all religions come and offer prayers to the Sufi saint who lit the path of virtue, wisdom and peace for his fellow beings and followers.