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Muslim couple defies curfew, walks for miles to provide food to Hindu family in Kashmir: Communal Harmony Project-29

After Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani's killing in an encounter with security forces, Jammu and Kashmir is on the boil.Dozens of youths have died in firing and scores have their vision affected as pellets hit their eyes.Curfew has been enforc...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Aug 2, 2016

Muslim sons perform Hindu mother's last rites in Mumbai: Communal Harmony Project-30

When elderly lady passed away, the entire Muslim locality was in mourning.They performs her last rites, after all, she was like a mother to the boys.Sakhu Kiran Singh lived in the part of Malad where Muslims form nearly 98% of the population.For them...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Aug 2, 2016

Muslim sons perform Hindu mother's last rites in Mumbai: Communal Harmony Project-7

When elderly lady passed away, the entire Muslim locality was in mourning.They performs her last rites, after all, she was like a mother to the boys.Sakhu Kiran Singh lived in the part of Malad where Muslims form nearly 98% of the population.Many loc...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Jul 30, 2016

Muslim couple defies curfew, walks for miles to provide food to Hindu family in Kashmir: Communal Harmony Project-6

After Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani's killing in an encounter with security forces, Jammu and Kashmir is on the boil.Dozens of youths have died in firing and scores have their vision affected as pellets hit their eyes.Curfew has been enforc...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Jul 12, 2016

BJP leader attending iftaar is neither appeasement nor politics, rather it's a social necessity and goodwill gesture

When Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal attended a Roza Iftar party, it led to strong reactions from right-wing on social media.Suddenly, Twitterati were commenting on the practice of politicians attending 'iftaars' and it was termed as appeasem...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Jun 7, 2016

Hindus, Muslims, Christians join hands to celebrate Ganeshotsava in Mumbai

If you believe in communal harmony, you will find inter-religious harmony at every nook and corner in India.You will find innumerable examples among your friends, acquaintances and in your neighbourhood.It is not about Mumbai alone. In other cities t...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Sep 1, 2014

Tilak, Topi in Indian politics: People don't want Hindu politicians to wear skullcap or Muslim leaders to sport 'tilak' or perform Puja

Media often takes up the issue of Narendra Modi not wearing a 'topi' [skullcap]. I don't think it is an issue at all.Do you think those who oppose him would have a change of heart, if he wears the topi! Still, on TV & social media, this issue is...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Apr 13, 2014

'Religious clocks' sell briskly at this shop: Will you buy Hindu Clock or Muslim Clock?

IndscribeJust a few days back, I had an interesting experience. A friend had bought a watch for me as a gift from abroad but I couldn't wear it because its strap [chain] was loose.That day I went out with the watch in my pocket. On way, I saw a small...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Jan 6, 2014

Secularism in India: Lessons on communal harmony, religious tolerance and humanism from the ground

First the story about 'J' who runs a well-known coaching institute. Even though there are just one or two Muslims in every class, he ensures that the institute is closed on Muslim holidays. I got to know about it and asked him why he did it? The ma...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Sep 29, 2012

Hindu temple bears Islamic, Christian, Sikh symbols

The temple that bears symbols of four religions It was a chance discovery when I spotted this unique temple in a dense locality. It was a small temple, just like many shrines on road sides, in India. However, it had symbols of all religions on the...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Sep 24, 2012

Hindus hosting 'iftar' for fasting Muslims, wishing them on Ramzan and vice versa

Secularism is practiced on street in India So many banners with messages of communal harmony are seen on the streets in India. We take them for granted and often don't pay attention to the hoardings on road sides. Till a few weeks ago, I was spotti...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Aug 17, 2012

The Dying Banyan: Novel explores Hindu-Muslim relationship, Communal fault lines in India

Sookha Bargad, translated in English Manzoor Ahtesham's novel 'Sukha Bargad' was translated in English sometime back. I read the novel five years back and I must say that it is one of the best novels written on Hindu-Muslims relations in this count...
by Indian Muslims' Blog on Jul 30, 2012


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