Updated January 15th, 2024 at 15:11 IST
Muslims Happily Participating In Ram Mandir Inauguration: Sri Sri Ravishankar | Nation Wants To Know
With just one week to go ahead of the grand Ram Mandir inauguration in Ayodhya, spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar spoke to Republic TV's Editor-in-Chief.
New Delhi: With just one week to go ahead of the grand Ram Mandir inauguration in Ayodhya, spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar spoke to Republic TV's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami. Sri Sri, who was instrumental in the Ram Mandir talks, spoke about how the Hindu-Muslim community shared a goodwill on the ground in Ayodhya. “Muslims of the country are happy about the fact that Lord Ram's temple was finally being built in Ayodhya. Hundreds of Muslims have openly participated in the Mandir inauguration,” Sri Sri Ravishankar told Arnab. You can watch the full Sri Sri interview only on Republic TV YouTube stream.
The inauguration of Ram Mandir is an all-inclusive event where people from all the religions and commnunities are coming together to celebrate the historic inauguration. Muslims are joining the inauguration whole heartedly as told by Sri Sri Ravishankar in an exclusive interview with Arnab Goswami, “Muslims are happily participating in Ram Mandir inauguration.”
The event marks a significant moment in India's history, as the foundation stone for the temple in Ayodhya was laid, culminating in the realisation of a long-standing dream for many. The Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM), a nationalist Muslim organisation, claimed on Saturday, Jan 13 that a substantial 74% of Muslims express contentment with the construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya.
Sri Sri Ravishankar highlighted the inclusive spirit prevailing during the inauguration, emphasising that people from different communities are actively engaging in the festivities surrounding the Ram Mandir. Their enthusiastic participation underscores a shared sense of cultural unity and mutual respect, showcasing the diverse fabric of India's society coming together in celebration.
The presence of various communities at the Ram Mandir inauguration will echo a broader sentiment of unity, dispelling notions of division and fostering a narrative of co-existence. This collective participation in a landmark event reflects the nation's commitment to inclusivity and mutual understanding, emphasising the importance of harmony in the diverse tapestry of India's cultural and religious landscape.
Published January 15th, 2024 at 14:53 IST