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Interfaith Unity at BAPS Hindu Temple

In a remarkable display of unity and harmony, the recently inaugurated BAPS Hindu Mandir in Abu Dhabi hosted a historic Ramadan event that welcomed individuals from various religious and cultural backgrounds. The event, named ‘Omsiyyat’, was a celebration of diversity and inclusivity, bringing together people from different faiths for an evening of spiritual reflection and community bonding.

Diverse Attendees and Notable Figures

The event saw a diverse range of attendees, including Emirati ministers such as Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, Dr. Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Minister of State for Foreign Trade, and Dr. Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili, Chairman of the Department of Community Development. Also in attendance were a rabbi, a vicar, representatives from the Bohra and Sikh communities, government officials, diplomats, community leaders, artists, entrepreneurs, and esteemed guests from overseas.

Messages of Peace and Harmony

Sheikh Nahyan highlighted the strong bond between India and the UAE, emphasizing shared values and interests in a world marked by divisions. The event underscored the importance of peace, tolerance, human fraternity, and interfaith harmony in the UAE. Pujya Swami Brahmaviharidas expressed gratitude to UAE leaders for their support and shared insights on the essence of Ramadan as a month of self-discipline, introspection, and generosity. The evening was filled with engaging discussions, cultural performances, and a display of the rich diversity of traditions and heritage.

Overall, the event at the BAPS Hindu Mandir symbolized the values of unity, inclusivity, and mutual respect that are integral to the UAE’s ethos. It served as a testament to the nation’s commitment to fostering understanding and acceptance across different communities, showcasing the beauty of cultural exchange and cooperation.

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