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NGO holds interfaith meet for communal harmony

NGO holds interfaith meet for communal harmony
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In order to enhance mutual understanding, harmony and cooperation among people, it is imperative for dialogue among different faiths and religions, said Dr CS Rangarajan, chief priest of the Balaji temple.

Chilkur: In order to enhance mutual understanding, harmony and cooperation among people, it is imperative for dialogue among different faiths and religions, said Dr CS Rangarajan, chief priest of the Balaji temple.

The Helping Hand Foundation organised a meet with the representatives of three religions; Hindu, Muslim and Christian to spread the message of interfaith harmony and goodwill amongst the believers of churches, mosques, temples and other places of worship. As the whole country is on the toes expecting adverse reaction after Ayodhya verdict from Supreme Court, the NGO took initiative to hold an interfaith interaction.

"Religious institutions need to become mediums for inclusive engagement, as they offer simple and easy access to communities, as well as a simple language to express the commonalities of existence through the expression of common values, the invoking of social responsibility and working together on issues of social justice and ethics," Rangarajan said.

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