Mosque Hosts Hindu Couple Wedding To Set The Communal Harmony Bar High

In yet another display of unity and respect for the respective other religion, a Hindu couple was welcomed to host a wedding inside a mosque in Kerala on Sunday.

Mosque Hosts Hindu Couple Wedding
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The marriage, hosted by the Cheruvally Muslim Jamaat mosque near Alappuzh, was conducted following all the Hindu rituals with people from both the communities in attendance.

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For the rare occasion, a mandapam was set inside the mosque premise in the presence of a Hindu priest. The bride Anju and the groom Sarath then exchanged garlands and took vows to always see each other under every circumstance.

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A Token Of Love

Why the mosque decided to host the wedding is an interesting story in itself. Actually, Anju had lost her father some years back and following his death, the charge of Anju and her two sisters fell upon her financially backward wife.

Mosque Hosts Hindu Couple Wedding
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Amidst the lack of resources to conduct a wedding, Anju’s mother had approached the mosque community for help. Endearingly, the mosque community didn’t just only offer to help financially but also offered her the space to conduct the wedding.

The community also gifted 10 sovereigns of gold and Rs 2 lakh to the bride as a wedding gift.

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Food for over 1,000 people was also prepared as people enjoyed a vegetarian sadya.

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“I never thought the wedding would happen considering the circumstances but it did. We are thankful to everyone,” newly-wed Sharath told the media.

Later, the CM of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan, took to Facebook to congratulate the young couple.

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“Kerala has always upheld beautiful examples of religious harmony. What has been written in Cheravally today is the latest chapter in this legacy,” he wrote.

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