Different religious communities contributing to Janmashtami celebrations

Srinagar (Jammu&Kashmir), September 07(ANI): India has left the entire world spell-blinded with its ability to be home to a number of different religions, cultures and ethnicities. Recently, when the entire country was soaked in Janmashtami festivities people of different religious communities were seen contributing to its festivities in many ways. In Srinagar city of Jammu & Kashmir, the famous Jhanki Yatra was held in which people of all communities took part actively, thus showcasing the bond of brotherhood among them. The yatra was taken out from Zandar Mohalla Habba Kadal Downtown to Lalchowk area of the city. People of all religious communities were seen rejoicing the birth of Lord Krishna and co-operating for conducting the procession peacefully. In Kanpur city of Uttar Pradesh, a Muslim artisan has been making dresses of Lord Krishna and Radha as his contribution to the celebrations of the auspicious festival of Janmashtami. Salim, who has been doing this work for years has been making dresses of many Hindu Gods and Goddesses for different Hindu festivals like Diwali, Navratri and more. It is due to gestures and deeds like these that India stands united and undivided and this bond of brotherhood and bonhomie is clearly visible to the entire world.

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