Our country India is characterized by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices. Where every country on the Earth refers themselves as “He” India is one such country which represents itself as “She” this because we call our country our motherland – Bharat Mata.
Whether it’s the gathering of the faithful, bowing in prayer in the courtyard of a mosque, or the gathering of lamps that light up houses at the big bang festival of Hindus – Diwali, the good cheer of Christmas or the brotherhood of Baisakhi, the religions of India are celebrations of shared emotion that bring people together. Being so diverse in nature even then we call ourselves “one”. Is it so? Talking about Muslims, no offense, why they are not allowed to say Vande Mataram? Vande Mataram‘ literally means “I praise thee, Mother” or “I bow to thee, Mother”. Watch this video below to see the reactions of the Muslims when asked to say Vande Mataram!
Will enchanting this word make them a non-Muslim? Who says that? Where is it written? But also there is a no any compulsion in saying this word. However, the people who love their country can express their love in any way they can. It’s their right but for God sake don’t include religion in that. Be pure and love your country, a country which gave you shelter, food and water and an identity to call yourself an INDIAN.