Even in grim times there are always some people who give a glimmer of hope to the society.
The Sikh community did exactly that by sanitising Jama Masjid ahead of Eid.
Sikhs sanitise Jama Masjid in time for the festival.— Ashok Singh Garcha (@AshokSGarcha) May 23, 2020
EID MUBARAK ! pic.twitter.com/yopjR1GeDL
They came together to make the place safer before the festival and were in turn, thanked by the authorities of the mosque.
The videos and pictures of their initiative are now doing rounds on the internet, with people lauding their secular beliefs and the unity that lies in the core of India’s value system.
We dont need to remind ourselves of humanity which is India’s hallmark and reason for our secular existence since centuries. Eid Mubarak to every one from all of us— Monica Jasuja (@jasuja) May 24, 2020
Pic 1- Sikhs sanitize Jama Masjid
Pic 2- Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board provide Sehri and Iftari to Muslims pic.twitter.com/kGYMXAN2q8
Today in Jama Masjid, our Sikh brothers sanitize the entire mosque to double the joy of Eid. All religions are made for the welfare of humanity. The time has come to fulfill the purpose for which God has sent us on earth.@mssirsa @TajinderBagga @rpsinghkhalsa @tarunchughbjp pic.twitter.com/DJCqUHNGGd— Real Deepak Kapur™ (@realkapur) May 24, 2020
Sikh community today sanitised Jama Masjid, Delhi. Long Live unity of minorities! Long Live unity of people! Women from the communities in the pictures would have made it more perfect. Pictures from @PDWKB pic.twitter.com/rcZf595y9S— Kawalpreet Kaur (@kawalpreetdu) May 23, 2020
Sikh community today sanitized Jama Masjid, Delhi. These kind of gestures are seen these days, humanity above all.❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/YhdQQ9CnHe— परवेज़ M (@VazeIndian) May 23, 2020
Sikh community Sanitised Jama Masjid during Ramzan.— Farhat Salim (@farhat242) May 23, 2020
Peace and Harmony can only bridges the gap between communities.
Picture- Purani Dilli Walo ki Baatein pic.twitter.com/t6XMnOtfKz
Sikh Brothers Doing Sanitized Old Delhi Jama Masjid Today..— Md Haris (محمد حارس) (@MdHaris01) May 23, 2020
Thank You For Your Efforts Brothers. pic.twitter.com/6mytAqMlkE
Earlier, sehri and iftari were prepared at Vaishno Devi for the fasting Muslim, a gesture appreciated across the country.