A story of Pakistani Women!
It’s a story of Pakistani Women who has been tying Rakhi to the honorable prime minister of India, Narendra Modi for more than 22 years. An another example spotted that how our culture is followed by other community standards too.
QamarMohsin Sheik, a Pakistani woman has been tying Rakhi to Narendra modi since 22-23 years.
She said, “I moved here in India after my marriage from Pakistan. I didn’t have any relatives or acquaintances near to me. My husband was an artist. Because of his exhibition, we got to go Delhi many times. Narendra Modi was a volunteer of RSS at that time. I tied Rakhi to him, because I liked his nature very much. In return, he was also speaking to me like his own sister. And, from then, I have been tying Rakhi to him.”
“I tied my first Rakhi to him. He came forward and became prime minister due to his sheer hard work and broad vision.” She added.
“On this occasion of RakshaBandhan, I thought he would be busy in his schedule since he is the prime minister. But, he called two days ago and asked me to buy a Rakhi for him. I am really happy.” She said.
Not only Qamar, but most of Muslim community women have been following this tradition and respecting the brotherhood of Hindu culture. Recently, forty women sent a Rakhi to Yogi to fulfil their justice. How much modern may you read, but some traditions from ancient India making India.
Brotherhood of India!!
Brotherhood of India always turned the entire universe into it. Along with tradition on the festival occasion once united entire the world at one point. Ancient Indian beliefs were not blind. As a matter of fact, those traditions of ancient India were necessary to build a peaceful and moral society.
Indian culture speaks about morality, brotherhood and the bonding everyone’s must have with their family.
When we speak about Indian culture, Unity in diversity” passes in our mind. These are not just words, but something that is highly applicable to a country like India that is incredibly rich in culture and heritage. A few quotations or statements cannot describe the pedestal that India holds on to the world map because of its colorful and unique culture. From the times of Mauryas, Cholas and Mughals to the period of the British Empire, India has always been famous for its traditions and hospitality. The warmth in the relations and euphoria in celebrations make the country stand out distinctively in the global fraternity. The country’s liveliness and generosity attract a number of tourists to its vibrant culture which is an amalgamation of religions, festivals, food, art, crafts, dance, music and many other subtle things. Everything, from the culture and values to customs, rituals and traditions, is ‘special’ in this ‘Land of Gods’.
So many philosophers and scientist had been here studying the cultures of India. Paul Brunton, Jeorge Bernard Shaw, etc.- we’re here and get attracted to their customs of India as well.
“The Indian way of life provides the vision of the natural, real way of life. We veil ourselves with unnatural masks. On the face of India are the tender expressions which carry the mark of the Creator’s hand”.…..George Bernard Shaw
Narendra modi has from RSS background and a Pakistani woman considered him as her brother and unlike others, it’s just a highlight of brotherhood of Indian people.