Centuries-old Hindu-Muslim bond continue to inspire people in Rajkot
India displays an amazing characteristic of mutual tolerance and peaceful coexistence.
Examples defining this unique identity of the country are to be found at its every nook and corner.
So, today we take you to Rajkot, a city of Gujarat to witness one such exemplary of religious harmony that narrates centuries-old bond of two different faiths.
Explaining the true meaning of these lyrics is the Vanpari village of Rajkot, where a temple of Hindu Lord Hanuman and Shrine of Saint Adil Shah stand in close proximity to each other and are visited by both Hindus and Muslims. There is not even a wall separating both the places of worship and it is believed that if a person visits one site then he has to pay his obeisance at the other site as well, otherwise his prayers will not be worth it.