Sikh Community In Dehradun Offered GurdwSikh Community In Dehradun Offers Gurdwara To Muslims For Eid Namaaz, Wins Heart

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By Fast Kashmir on 03/09/2017.

Sikh Community In Dehradun Offered GurdwSikh Community In Dehradun Offers Gurdwara To Muslims For Eid Namaaz, Wins Heart

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The world can vest their faith and hopes in the Sikh community, for they have helped us, saved us, comforted us and bestowed with empathy every time we were in trouble.
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From floods to famine, from natural disasters to man made hazards, the Sikhs have always pitched in help. In yet another instance, Sikh Community in Dehradun offered Gurdwaras to Muslims to perform namaz on the occasion of Bakr-Eid.

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As we know that southern Asia is swapped with rains and floods, and Dehradun isn’t any exception. For days, the region has been facing massive rainfall and parts of the city are going through water clogging issues. The ground on which Muslims were supposed to gather was completely under water.
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Sikhs in the area came to know of the dilemma and after a few calls to each other, they knew what they had to do for their Muslim brethren.
Over 1,000 grateful Muslims showed up from Joshimath, Govindghat and Pipalkoti and did their Eid namaz in the Gurdwara’s premises.
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“There is no mosque in the area and the Eid namaaz is offered in an open ground, at Gandhi Maidan, which is less than a kilometre from our Gurdwara. On getting to know that the ground was flooded and a huge gathering would not be able to pray at the spot, the gurdwara management quickly came forward to offer assistance. That was the least we could do.” Buta Singh, the manager of the Joshimath Gurdwara Committee, told TOI.

Everyone was deeply touched and humbled by this gestures, something they wouldn’t have imagined to happen otherwise. This display of kindness and help has truly reignited the spirit of brotherhood amongst people in the city and across states.

Courtesy, INDIATIMEWS.COM

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