Bihar: Muslim male digs tank for Chhath Puja at his house in Bhagalpur
In Bhagalpur, a Muslim family developed a small water swimming pool for Chhath in the yard of their home, where more than 50 fans paid their arghya.
The Chhath Maha Parv of public faith and Lord Bhaskar concluded with the increasing sun on Saturday morning. The festival likewise provided us a steller example of spiritual consistency in Bihar.
In Bhagalpur, a Muslim household constructed a little water pool for Chhath in the courtyard of their house, where more than 50 devotees paid their arghya (water tribute) to Lord Bhaskar.
In the corona period, organisers of the festival had to deal with a number of difficulties. The federal government interested the individuals to celebrate Chhath Parv in your home rather of going to ghats. After this appeal, due to shortage of tanks and absence of water bodies in lots of areas, lots of fans had problem carrying out the popular water tribute to the rising sun to break their fast.
Realising these problems, a Muslim youth from Bhagalpur dug a little pond (jalkund) in his courtyard itself.
Muzaffar Ahmad set an example of mutual harmony in society by constructing a water swimming pool in the yard of his home for the advantage of devotees in his area.
Ahmad told IANS, “Chhath is a celebration of social consistency, so I built the water swimming pool. My thinking was not to disrupt those keeping a fast even in the pandemic. I am delighted that my effort was of some use to the devout keeping a quick during the festival.”
The women who reached Ahmad’s home stated that there was a restriction on coverging at the ghats this time as per the standards of Covid-19 At this time, their Muslim bro has actually concerned their aid.
Sadhana Devi states that there was no tank in the busy neighbourhood. Many houses do n`t even have a proper roof. “We likewise had difficulty in going to Ganga ghat due to Corona. We are grateful fot Ahmad Saheb to fix these concerns.”
Throughout the Chhath festival, the boundaries of caste and religion fade into the background. “Individuals of every religion have equivalent faith in the Chhath festival. In Bihar and Jharkhand, lots of Muslim families have been taking part in Chhath celebrations for years together. Deeds like these send a terrific message of social consistency and unity,” states Ahmad.
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