Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, and more gathered in Rajkot to listen to Hindu Ramkatha narrated.
Hazrat Sheikh Makhdum Yahia Maneri who died in 1608 is visited by Hindus, Muslims, and Sikh devotees who pay respect to his life’s work as a Sufi saint.
Inside Sanatan Vishwa Darshan Mandir one can find statues of deities and saints belonging to various faiths including Buddhism, Jainism, Christianity, Islam, and Sikhism.
“I am an artist and an artist is not restricted to just one religion, he encompasses every religion in his work only…and we want people to learn from our example and take the right path.” – Mohammad Yunus Khan
Politicians are dividing the peoples in the name of religion for their own benefits. The holy scripture Sri Guru Granth Sahib is not only on for Sikhs but for the whole humanity which is why Sikhs held a symposium promoting communal harmony.
From Makar Sankranti, Bhogali Bihu, Lohri, Pongal to Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, a string of festivals lined up on Tuesday will make it a day of celebration of sorts for the city.
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.
Guest writer Sonny Singh explains Sikhism and misconceptions surrounding its relationship with Hinduism and Islam.
Often a point of contention in religious debates, the idea of God manifesting in various forms is greatly misunderstood. There are some who believe that Hindus worship “330 million different gods” with Hindu verses taken out of context and misconstrued.
Kashmiri Muslims are charged with taking care of a local Hindu mandir.
The temple or the mosque are the same, the Hindu worship or the Musalman prayer are the same. All men are the same. It is through error they appear different.
Around 200 mosques have been repaired, rebuilt or built from scratch with the help of Sikhs & Hindus in the last 10 years.