17-May-2024
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3 Hindu families donate land for a mosque in Assam’s Nalbari

People from both Hindu and Muslim communities come together to celebrate various festivals. Because of this cultural amity, our village has become a symbol of harmony today.

Three Hindu families have donated land to construct a mosque in Western Assam’s Nalibari district. The families of the deceased Surendra Baishya and Pabin Deka, and Paresh Deka have donated a plot of 1 Katha and 9 Lechas of land for the construction of a mosque for the Muslim residents of Pub Kalakuchi village.

“Pub Kalakuchi is inhabited by people belonging to both Hindu and Islamic faiths. “There are very few Hindus in our village compared to Muslims, but we live here in complete harmony and brotherhood. People from both Hindu and Muslim communities come together to celebrate various festivals. Because of this cultural amity, our village has become a symbol of harmony today.

Many years ago, my father-in-law, Late Kaliram Deka, donated 1 Katha 9 Lecha land to the Muslim residents in the village to build a mosque. The land right, however, remained with us. We have formally transferred that plot of land to the villagers,” Riju Deka, wife of Paresh Deka, told Awaz-The Voice. For a detailed story, visit: Awaz The Voice.

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