Hindus, Sikhs pray for departed Muslim girl in Mohali temple | Ludhiana Information


LUDHIANA: Not solely Fateh Khwani (memorial service) of a Muslim girl was held in a Satya Narayan Temple at a Mohali village on Tuesday but in addition members of all faiths attended her Dua-e-Magfirat (prayers for salvation) within the spirit of communal concord.
Appreciating the Hindu group’s gesture, Muslim Maha Sabha Punjab joint secretary Dilbar Khan stated: “My mom, Bibi Naseebo, died in her eighties on January 18 and was buried within the graveyard of Mohali’s Mataur village. We held Quran Khawani (recitation of Quran) on the native mosque however the climate turned foul. Fortunately, we might transfer Dua-e-Magfirat to the temple.”


“Not solely Muslims but in addition Sikh and Hindu brothers joined us in praying for peace to the departed soul. It is a nice instance of communal concord. We have now good relations with Sikhs and Hindus,” stated Dilbar Khan, a contractor. He misplaced his father in 1999. Those that attended Fateh Khwani stated it was a human obligation to wish for the departed. Muslim Maha Sabha Punjab president Sitar Muhammad Libra of Ludhiana’s Libra village stated: “The gathering was saved small due to Covid protocol.”
About Bibi Naseebo, Libra stated: “Her three sons stay in a joint household. She was a pious girl who prayed 5 occasions a day. She had taught Quran to all her kids they usually all provide Namaz.” Akram Ali, a Muslim from Dhandari in Ludhiana, stated: “Punjab has many comparable examples of communal concord and we’re pleased with that. We respect our brothers from different faiths they usually reciprocate our love and respect.”


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