Bantwal: Act of communal harmony - Hindu groom holds Iftar for Muslim friends


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Bantwal, May 21: In an exemplary act of communal harmony a Hindu groom offered Iftar party for his Muslim friends in the Masjid.

Shailesh, a resident of Sambara Thota near Mudipu of the taluk is the person who has showed this noble gesture. He arranged an Iftar party on account of his marriage at the Nooraniya Juma Masjid at Samabar Thota. More than 100 Muslims took part in this party and ended their fast for the day.

Members of the Muslim community had taken part in the wedding ceremony of Shailesh, which was held a few days ago and offered their good wishes. However, due to the fasting of Ramzan month, they could not have the lunch. So Shailesh arranged an Iftar party in the Masjid and showed his love and regards towards his Muslim friends.

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  • MM, MUMBAI

    Tue, May 21 2019

    This is real beauty of my Nation, Proud to be an Indian.

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  • Abdullah, calicut

    Tue, May 21 2019

    Well done Sir. May God bless you and your wife very happy and bless married life.

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  • Salam Bava, Mangalore

    Tue, May 21 2019

    congratulations Shailesh and Mrs.Shailesh.Great gesture,keep it up May God bless you newly wedded couple

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Tue, May 21 2019

    Anything which improves the communal harmony is quite encouraging.

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  • umar, jeddah

    Tue, May 21 2019

    Wishing you a Happy Married life, May God bless the couple.

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  • Mohit, Mangalore

    Tue, May 21 2019

    Politicians are the once who ruin peace and harmony among fellow citizens in DK. Vote bank politics is dirty in Karnataka and no where else. We should come above caste, religion, politics and respect each others beliefs and customs and fight against corrupt minister's
    Jai Hind.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, May 21 2019

    Mihit mangalore,kindly dont bring here politic and politicians .This was a party for his muslim brothers ,while they couldnt take part in the fest.Now they enjoyed and were happy.so here no word of politic necessary.That continues if one start the topic.,nextone put salt and second essig and is complete to make a problem.It was a good will from groom and should appriciate.Happy married life to them congratulations.

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  • Augustine Daniel DSouza, Udupi Mumbai STATE OF KUWAIT.

    Tue, May 21 2019

    Always all Religions should stay with PEACE and HARMONY.
    God bless.

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  • Ignace Kullu, Panambur

    Tue, May 21 2019

    Good neighbor Good citizen

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  • Ahmed, Mangalore

    Tue, May 21 2019

    Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness

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  • SHAUKATH ALi, DUBAI

    Tue, May 21 2019

    May God bless the couple.

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  • Than, India

    Tue, May 21 2019

    The Happy Couple!!!

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  • AD, Mangaluru

    Tue, May 21 2019

    These gestures are important to keep our nation together. Well done Shailesh and your wife. Have a blessed married life.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, May 21 2019

    After all we are all 'Children of One God' ...

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  • SP Shetty, Dubai/Kateel

    Tue, May 21 2019

    Very True Jossy, One God So Many Names.

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