Devotees from various faiths unite in J and K to seek blessings of a Sufi Saint on annual urs

Jammu and Kashmir, Feb 03 (ANI): Sufism in India has served to promote a common way of understanding the world. People from different faiths across the country congregate at Sufi shrines to pay their respects. One such instance can be witnessed during the Urs of Baba Nanga Baji Sahib in Rajouri, where people belonging to different faiths come together to celebrate the occasion. Every year Urs here is celebrated in high spirit and people irrespective of their caste come together to pay obeisance to the saint and get his blessings in return. The message of harmony comes out loud and clear at the mausoleum. And it simply reaffirms the fact that amity between different communities has been a way of life in India since ages, and it will continue to strengthen the social fabric in times to come as well. Feb 3, 2015

Promoting brotherhood and amity, workers from different faiths work together

West Bengal, Feb 03 (ANI): Jagannathpur, Bakadaha, Bamunbandh villages of Bankura district in West Bengal houses people belonging to Hindu, Muslim and other communities. What clearly reflects from this fact that these people of different communities still prevails the age old tradition of communal harmony. This can also be witnessed during their working hours in farming fields. Here people belonging to both the communities work together in potato farming unit. Farmers here remain in constant touch and assist each other in their problems. These farmers of Bankura reflect the age-old cultural legacy of Indian state, and are a better path for other to imbibe. Feb 3, 2015

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