Muslim Dargah caretaker also handles worship at Shiva temple
Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs come together to visit and pray at the Hazrat Baba Srotri mountain shrine in Himachal Pradesh.
Hindus held Ganesh parade in silence for praying Muslims, while Muslims made open space for Ganesh procession
A Kerala village that is majority Christian and Hindu build a mosque for newly arrived Muslims who lacked a house of worship.
Built two hundred years ago this temple and mosque side by side clearly reflects the fact that the culture of communal harmony still prevails in the country.
Inside Sanatan Vishwa Darshan Mandir one can find statues of deities and saints belonging to various faiths including Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity, Islam, and Sikhism.
A temple in Karnataka only open 10 days out of the year houses holy relics honored by both Hindus and Muslims.
Muslim saints Bade Sarkar & Chote Sarkar from Saudi Arabia were buried in India in the 1200s. Hindu priest Rajesh Tiwari built a Nag Temple next to the mausoleums to bring devotees of both faiths together.
The khadims of the Dargah of Khwaja Garib Nawaz Chishti lent a helping hand to reconstruct an age-old Shiva temple
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Hindus joined Shia Muslims to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussain