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Muslim woman writes Ramayana in Urdu

Muslim woman writes Ramayana in Urdu

Muslim woman writes Ramayana in Urdu. In a remarkable example of humanity and religious harmony, a Muslim woman has written Ramayana in Urdu. Setting an example of an inter-community accord, Dr. Mahi Talat Siddiqui, a resident of Prem Nagar area said that she wanted Muslim community aware of the goodness of Ramayana along with the

Yogi Adityanath to attend grand Diwali celebrations in Ayodhya

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will attend grand celebrations for Diwali in Ayodhya on Wednesday. He will take part in ‘Deepotsav,’ a mega event to celebrate the festival of lights. The “Deepotsav” will be organised on the ‘Ram Ki Paidi’ where the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister will light almost 2 lakh earthen lamps.  

PM greets nation on Valmiki Jayanti

PM greets nation on Valmiki Jayanti

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday greeted the nation on the occasion of Valmiki Jayanti.“Greetings on Valmiki Jayanti. A great sage and master litterateur, his rich ideals and works guide generations…,” Modi tweeted on the birth anniversary of Sanskrit poet Maharishi Valmiki.Valmiki is the author of the epic Ramayana. The original texts written by the

Holy ‘Ramayana’ month begins in Kerala

For All the Latest News Download Daily Post News App: – Click For Android Click For IOS Thiruvananthapuram, Jul 17 Temples and traditional houses across Kerala reverberated with the chanting of verses from the epic, as the annual ‘Ramayana Month’ began in the state today. With the commencement of ‘Karkitakam,’ the last month in the

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Ramayana will back again with a big screen.

After the record breaker and the first ever over 1000 crore collected movie on the box office baahubali .The trio of producers is coming with the 500 crore budget movie The Ramayana that will be presented on the big screen after a long time since 1987-88 which was presented on the TV series and adopted

Baba in freezer, Being a temporal state, we won’t interfere with any sect’s ethics: Punjab to HC

The Punjab government on Friday told the Punjab and Haryana high court that it was a temporal state and would not interfere with the religious beliefs of any sect or individual. Advocate general Atul Nanda argued for the first time in the Ashutosh Maharaj case, said to the division bench of justices Mahesh Grover and

Ramayana, kingdoms and timeless tales of love

New Delhi: Dive into the epic Ramayana by learning about it in rhymes. Also, wade through a charmingly illustrated retelling of the epic. Read the story of six teenagers who have to survive many dangers to find secrets of a strange key, and bury yourself in a tan talising collection of timeless tales. The IANS