Recently a Muslim family showed us the example of communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims. Read to know what he did.
For years we have listening to the conflicts related to Hindu and Muslim communities. But sometimes the things are completely different from what we imagine. Yes, here we are talking about brotherhood between two communities. And not any conflicts. And this example is set by a Muslim family in Bihar. According to the reports a Muslim family in Bihar came across the idea of donating land worth Rs.2.5 crore. For building up World’s largest Hindu temple–Virat Ramayan Mandir—in the Kaithwalia area of East Champaran district in the state.
Let us tell you that this project is taken by Patna-based Mahavir Mandir Trust, and in connection to this the chief of the trust Acharya Kishore Kunal, said to the reporters on Monday that a person named Ishtiyaq Ahmad Khan has donated his land for the construction of the temple. He is a businessman from East Champaran based in Guwahati.
What did the Chief of the Trust said on this?
Talking to the IPS officer he revealed: “He recently completed all formalities pertaining to the donation of land belonging to his family for the construction of the temple at the registrar office of the Kesharia sub-division (East Chanmparan),”
The chief further said that Mr.Khan has set a big example of social harmony. Because it is difficult to imagine this dream project, without Muslim. And no doubt the donation from him and his family is a big thing that sets an example of peace and brotherhood between two communities.
As per the information. So far The Mahavir Mandir Trust got 125 acres of land just to build up this temple. And not just this but further it will obtain 25 acres of land more in the area. It is being told that this Mandir would be taller than the 12th century Angkor Wat complex in Cambodia, which stands tall with 215 feet high.