15, Oct 2015
In a spate of small but heart-warming incidents across the country, Muslims and Hindus are coming together to set examples of communal harmony.
By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published:October 15, 2015 2:05 pm
There certainly is unity in diversity when it comes to India. At a time when the literary world is abuzz with authors protesting the communal killing in the country by returning their awards and honours, there are people who have taken a more harmonious stand against the same religious intolerance.
In a spate of small but heart-warming incidents across the country, Muslims and Hindus are coming together to set examples of communal harmony, extending their hands to help their friends, neighbours and even strangers from the other communities.
According to a Times of India report, two youngsters from Lucknow University are setting an example of communal harmony in the backdrop of the ongoing religious intolerance. “Sahaduddin Ahmed alias Sameer, a close relative of Pram Vir Chakra winner Abdul Hamid and his friend Abdul Kalim observed fast on the first day of Navratri. The two will also observe fast on the last day,” says the report.