New Delhi: While political parties are trying their hard luck to break secular India, unifying it with might and power to make it into one major religious nation rather than secular one Indian citizens are proving that the nation can always stay safe and secular expressing religious harmony if not instigated to fight over religion.
Religious occasions usually bring people closer irrespective of caste or creed. It is this one time where people rejoice and celebrate the occasion together rather than having clashes in their hearts, forgivingly them.
It was the eve of Diwali and the famous Sufi Darga Hazrath Nizamuddin was beautifully decorated with lightings and Diwali diyas.
The saying that goes a picture is worth of a thousand words is indeed true in these difficult times.
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