Varanasi Residents Vouch for Communal Unity Despite Gyanvapi Row

Varanasi: The May 27 congregational prayer at the Gyanvapi Masjid was like any other Friday Namaz—a symbol of the pluralistic ethos that has kept Hindus and Muslims united for centuries in Varanasi.
A host of mediapersons thronged a tea stall at Chitra Complex, located at Chowk, where members from both the communities were enjoying tea and sharing lighter moments at a stall owned by a Hindu.
When one of the reporters of a private TV channel sought their reaction on the contentious discovery of a purported Shivling during the recent court-monitored survey
on the mosque premises, they politely refused to comment and urged the media not to “harm the cherished Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb of Varanasi”.

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