An Indian Muslim visits Hindu holy sites in Pakistan
A small town in Pakistan celebrates interfaith harmony – where Hindus fast on Ramadan and Muslims prohibit slaughter of cows
Many Hindu shrines over 1000 years old are places of worship for Pakistani Hindus & Indian pilgrims. Recent efforts by land-grabbers to swallow temples was opposed by not just the Hindus but also Muslims and Christians.
A night full of bhajans, sufi songs and qawwalis is what NGO Pakistan Hindu Seva Welfare Trust planned for New Year’s eve while bringing a message of peace, interfaith harmony and dialogue for peaceful coexistence.
Muslims recited Quran while minority Hindus chanted hymns from Gita. They gathered on river Indus amid the country’s worst disastrous floods.