Mangaluru: Childless couple breaks religious barrier, find son in Muslim neighbour


Mohan Kuthar

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Dec 4: In a gesture of humanity, a man becomes one fine epitome of Hindu-Muslim unity in Ullal by being a son to a childless Hindu couple.

Ullal is perceived from a different perspective by a section of people. Recently, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leader Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat compared the Muslim-dominated are of Ullal to Pakistan. But in reality, the situation is different here and people of the two communities (Hindu-Muslim) live harmoniously.

Retired government officer Devendra Putran and his wife were staying at Sri Hari Nivas in Subashnagar, Deendayal road in Ullal. The couple was married for several years but were childless which worried them a lot. The couple was also suffering from kidney-related ailments from the past few years and needed somebody to take care of them.

Their neighbour Razaq Ullal came to their aid during the time of distress. The couple had always treated Razaq as their own. He would avail himself whenever the couple called for help or during any time of emergencies and would rush to their aid without any hesitation. Razaq had also financially supported the couple to pay for treatment at the hospital before Devendra passed away. The couple would even forget being childless in the presence of Razaq.

When alive, Devendra used to express that even though they had no children, Razak was like a son and treated them as his own parents.

After Devendra's demise, Razak himself helped to bring the mortal remains from the mortuary and helped in performing the last rites at the crematorium.

When Devendra died, Razak in grief stated that he strived hard to save Devendra, but he could not save him. He has assured Devendra's wife and instilled confidence in her to always help her during any difficulties.

Only a compound wall separates the residences of Devendra and Razaq while the barrier of caste and religion is unknown to them.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • MIA, Udupi

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    We are human first , all the religions spread humanity.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    There are many such instances of love between Hindus, Muslims and Christians in and around Mangalore, Udupi and Kasaragod districts. Its is not something new, it has been our way of living.
    Irony is that, the instances become the headlines of the news only when the minorities are at the giving end and the Hindus are in the receiving end.

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  • Kudla Stories, Kudla

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    Certain people dont want to believe in this story. They dont like the idea of an India like this. But good job to the young man. Keep being good and doing good.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    Religion is very insignificant because it was made by Man ...

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  • Jamal, Mangalore/UAE

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    Yes, God created humans and humans created the religion and followers started to fight each-other. This is the reality.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    Kalladka should be forgiven for his immature and ignorant words... he exhorted Hindus to "produce more children" ... having more children is like digging one's well and jumping... Who will bear the cost of "pregnancy, delivery, raising to education" of "more children" and all other costs... who will be responsible if parents are not able to afford proper upbringing of their "more children"...

    does he know the sentiments of hindu women on "more children"... does he think that hindu women should become delivery machines....

    Hindus and muslims live in peace in many areas... problems are because of extreme minded people...

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    What a good news in these days where we hear only caste ,religion and jihad.Glad to hear too neighbour boy takes care the lonely widow who is sick too and was caring her deceased husband too.May God bless them.I am sure her husbands soul too will be happy about this.May his sou rest in Peace.where humanity binds two people ,there should be no bar about religion ,caste ,and richness etc. I still remember in my childhood ,we had different neighbours of religions ,caste etc.We had absolutely no problem about it .They too were very friendly with us children .There was a konkan family childless, where their relations were eyeing only their money and assets,never helped as her husband was sick and bedridden ,where my mother helped her till he died.

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  • R.L., Udupi/USA

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    God bless you Razaq In our life the real enemy is our close ones, our cast and our religion people. Other community always helpful for you when your in bad time. Some dirty politicians destroying the communal harmony to gain votes never vote for these kind of politicians.

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  • Rashad, Manipal

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Where is Bhatta and Shobakka?

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  • DMBangera, Mangaluru/Mumbai

    Sat, Dec 5 2020

    Have you heard of rules and exceptions ?

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  • abu mohammed, KSA / Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    good news from Pakistan!

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Hindutva is only to gain votes to fool people

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  • Lancy Dsa, Mudarangadi/ Kalmady

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    No, this is not possible and this should not be. This is also a form of jihad , - Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat.

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  • Sunil, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Wishing the Mother and son good health and happiness

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  • Praveen, Dubai

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    No one can give life like them and in some places no one can take life like them. They are really for both. Few are too good and a few are very worst.

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  • SAN SHETTY, Mangaluru

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    oh...very happy to know...in todays world, even relatives will not help if there is no gain....😉

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  • Shanthi, Dubai

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Humanity speaks greater than religion....God bless Razak in thousand ways..Wishing good health for Late Devendra's wife.

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  • Shuba, Mangaluru

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    It's only humanity finally whether death or birth and the dirty politics will never allow this peace and unity among the communities rather they like to divide and rule whichever is beneficial.

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Shuba, Mangalore, What a nind-blowing comment? It makes sense. You have broken the barrier of all religion and let unity and love prevail among all religion. God bless the couple and live peacefully and also with their son.

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  • CA girishkk, M'lore/DXB

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    For some...burnol moments...

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  • Bala K, Urwa

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Finding fault in these type of good news is habit for some like you. Both are dangerous.

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    He has point bcoz, you will never see a single post from them on" this type of good news".

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  • rohan, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Truly a great Human gesture which is above religion which none of us practice

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  • Mr Kamath, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Beautiful gesture. Long live razak and the couple

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Very beautiful...God bless Razak for all that he has done to this childless couple like that of a son. Kamath ji, now Devendra expired and his wife is all alone. May the departed soul of Mr. Devendra rest in peace...

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  • Mr Kamath, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 4 2020

    Thank you Mrs Cynthia for letting me know that. It didn't catch my eye

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