An exhibition of Ram Kathas is what the Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb that the Awadh culture are known for.
We live in a diverse society where Muslims & Hindus have co-existed for centuries. But they are mutually unacquainted with the great scriptures of one another” – Anwar Jalalpuri
A Muslim versed in Urdu, Persian, and Sanskrit has authored books showing similarities between Vedic and Islamic literature.
Children attend a madrasa where Quran, Mahabharata and Ramayana are taught with Hindi and Urdu.
“We have done this to send a message across that Hindu and Muslims are one. The people chanted mantras, heard verses and the Quran in unision.”
Nazneen derives inspiration from writers and scholars of Mughal period who had translated Ramayana and Mahabharata in Arabic and Persian.