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In a heart warming instance of communal harmony, the Hindu residents of Mari village, in Nalanda district in Bihar, take care of an old mosque. According to an ANI report, the Muslim population in the village slowly faded out and there was no one left to care for the mosque. That’s when the people in the village joined hands and preserved it. Hindu residents of Mari now take care of the mosque and play azaan with the help of pen-drive. After a wedding, newly-weds come here first to take blessings.
From painting the walls, sweeping and mopping the premises to playing azaan at the right hour, the locals here are making an effort to do everything like the people who left it behind. That’s kind of inter-community understanding, love and harmony India and the whole world need today!