RELIGIOUS The preamble of the Constitution of India declares India to be a secular nation but the soul of India is very deeply religious and the religion that it adheres to is humanity.
Although the political climate of our country RELIGIOUS may have turned to be acutely communal and doubled with the negative reports flowing inwards to you every day relating to the pandemic. Here is a dose of positivity for you to fight this disease of negativity.
1. The temple officials and members of staff of Shri Vaishno RELIGIOUS Devi Mata Shrine has been offering iftars and sheris to around 400 people stranded in quarantine centers amidst the holy month of Ramadan during which followers of the Islam faith observe a month-long fast. The board has also made arrangements to make these people feel jolly on the occasion of Eid (25th May).
Vaishno Devi board officials serving a meal to one of the RELIGIOUS quarantined girl.
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2. The Sikh community in India has been RELIGIOUS on the frontline whenever it has come to serve the society. In another instance, Gurdwara Haa Da Naara Sahib in Malerkotla, Punjab, has hosted Iftar for madrassa students and members of the Muslim community while adhering to the social distancing norms. A joint session of Namaz and Gurbani Sahib took place simultaneously on the occasion of Eid-al-Fitr.
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3. In Jaipur, Muslim men RELIGIOUS performed the last rites of their Hindu neighbor as his relatives couldn’t reach his place to carry out the religious obligations. In a similar display of communal harmony, such examples were set in Kanpur and Hyderabad.
Muslim neighbors in Hyderabad giving a shoulder to their Hindu RELIGIOUS neighbor on his last journey.
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4. Volunteers from United Sikhs, an UN-affiliated organization RELIGIOUS were seen carrying out a sanitization drive in Jama Masjid, a historic religious structure in the national capital on 24th May ahead of Eid.
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5. Likewise, a Muslim woman named Imrana Saifi was reported by NDTV to be sanitizing several temples, mosques, and gurudwara in Northern RELIGIOUS Delhi. She was apparelled in a burqa covering her whole body.
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6. AIR news RELIGIOUS tweeted about an incident where a middle-aged Hindu couple organized iftar for a young boy defining yet again the secular fabric that unites all the Indians in a string.
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The Coronavirus doesn’t differentiate between people RELIGIOUS on basis of status or religion but so doesn’t Indians and this collective spirit of Indians can only go ahead in defeating this crisis.