‘Chandni Chowk, Delhi, India – an embodiment of Sarv Dharma Sambhav’ by K.J.S.Chatrath

225px-Flag_of_India.svgToday is 15th August- India’s Independence Day.

Let us remember all those who fought for Independence and suffered at the hands of the colonial government.  They professed various religions. But they were all Indians first.

I visited Chandni Chowk in Delhi last Sunday.  It was a long leisurely walk there after may be 50  years.

I am just going to share some photographs that I took in Chandni Chowk. On seeing those you would connect them to a very happy picture of secular India- where faithful of diverse religions stay side by side in peace in friendship.

Take a look:

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A Hindu Temple

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Another temple.

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A Jain Dharamshala

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Posters of Hindu Gods and Goddesses

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The Fatehpuri Muslim Mosque.

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Christian Church

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Sisgunj Sahib Sikh Gurudwara.

All embodiments of ‘Sarv Dharma Sambhav’

India is a happily secular country and I am proud to be an Indian.

Mera Bharat Mahan!

Photos, text & copyright K.J.S.Chatrath 2014.

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