Muslim couples married according to Islamic rituals in Hindu temple run by VHP in Shimla, know the reason
A Muslim couple was married as per Islamic rituals in a Hindu temple complex at Rampur in Shimla district. Interestingly, the Thakur Satyanarayan temple where the wedding took place was run by right-wing groups – the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
This place is also the office of both VHP and RSS. According to news agency ANI, the Nikah ceremony was performed in the temple premises in the presence of the cleric and was witnessed by both the Hindu and Muslim community.
Vinay Sharma, general secretary of Thakur Satyanarayan Mandir Trust Rampur, told ANI, “The Vishwa Hindu Parishad runs the temple and the district office of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad and the RSS are often accused of being anti-Muslim. But a Muslim here The couple got married. Hindu temple complex. This is an example in itself that Sanatan Dharma always inspires to move forward by including everyone.’
The girl’s father Mahendra Singh Malik said, “The daughter’s marriage took place in the Satyanarayan temple complex in Rampur. The people of the city, be it the Vishwa Hindu Parishad or the temple trust, have taken a positive and proactive lead.” Please help organize this wedding.”
Due to this, the people of Rampur have given the message of brotherhood among the people. He further said, ‘One should not mislead the other so that mutual brotherhood gets spoiled.’ The parents told that both the children are working as engineers in a multinational company.
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