A village in Maharashtra has become an example of Hindu-Muslim relations as Hindu organizations raise the war flag against the sound of mosques in the states of Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh.
Dasla Birwadi is a village located in the Jalna District of Maharashtra. Here they have promised that the style of sounding in the mosques will not be taken for any reason.
There are about 2,500 families in the village. This includes 600 Muslim families. Dasla Birwadi Grama Panchayat met on April 24. At that meeting all the people unanimously passed a resolution that the sounding style of the mosques in the village should not be removed.
Village head Ram Patil said, “There are people from all walks of life in the village. There are about 600 Muslim families here. We have been living in peace and harmony for many years and we have decided that no matter what politics is played across the country, it should not affect our relations and traditions.
Reading style in mosques is a way of life here. The people here work accordingly. People start work as soon as the morning style sounds. They eat as soon as the afternoon style sounds. People finish their work as soon as the evening style sounds. Get ready for dinner after 7 p.m. People will go to sleep after 8.30 pm, ”he said.
Ram Patil continued, “Villagers here always take part in events that take place in every home, regardless of caste or religion. In the last few days, the villagers have asked a Muslim youth to hoist the saffron flag at the Mahadev Temple to promote religious harmony. ”