A tazia is a replica of Imam Hussain’s tomb. In Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, a Hindu family makes Tazias during Muharram.
15 year old Nazia was awarded for saving 6 year old Hindu girl from kidnappers
“As you can see that the temple and the mosque have been constructed side by side. Nobody gets into an argument here. We celebrate their festivals, they celebrate ours. Whenever we want, we worship in our temple as well as mosque.”
A Muslim youth has translated Hindu prayer Hanuman Chalisa into Urdu as poet Anwar Jalalpuri had done with Bhagavad Gita
Villagers of Odora Pachlai start off prayers at a Hindu temple then end with prayers at a Muslim shrine
A Muslim Nawab donates land for the construction of a temple dedicated to Hindu saint Tulsi Das.
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.
Children attend a madrasa where Quran, Mahabharata and Ramayana are taught with Hindi and Urdu.
Today in Khera Sadhan, it is common to have a family of four brothers with two of them Hindu, two Muslim. Or have a husband who doesn’t care about the religion of his wife, or her children for that matter.
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.