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Jaipur: A 16-year-old Muslim teenage boy has won the Bhagwad Gita quiz competition organised here by Hare Krishna Mission in association with AkshayPatra Foundation. The two-round quiz show lasted for over six months, that saw participation by over 5,000 students.
Abdul Kagzi, a class 9 student left the judges surprised with his apt knowledge on the subject and enormous knowledge on Sanskrit hymns and verses. This year, the theme was “Knowing Shri Krishna.” Kagzi said that his liking for Krishna developed while watching a cartoon series, “Little Krishna”.
Kagzi”s father, AbdurKaleem, runs a grocery shop in his three storey house at Sanganer. “My father allows me to follow my heart and has never shown any restriction towards any faith and practice. I have been using his mobile to study diverse facets of spiritualism”, the winner said.
(Extracted from muslimmirror.com)