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मदरसों ने भारतीय संस्कृति को सुरक्षित रखा है: प्रो. त्रिपाठी

मदरसा हज़रत निजामुद्दीन में “मेरे ख्वाबों का हिंदुस्तान” शीर्षक पर एक दिवसीय संगोष्ठी का आयोजन डी यू, जे एन यू और जामिया मिल्लिया के प्रोफेसर ने किया सम्बोधन WordForPeaec.com जामिया हज़रत निजामुद्दीन औलिया ज़ाकिर नगर ओखला में गणतंत्र दिवस के सन्दर्भ में एक दिवसीय संगोष्ठी का आयोजन हुआ। मेरे ख़्वाबों का हिंदुस्तान शीर्षक पर विद्यार्थियों ने अपने लेख प्रस्तुत किये। …

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Authoritative Islamic Exegesis (Tafseer) on the verses of Jihad mentioned in Surah Tauba—the 9thchapter of the holy Qur’an

By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi, WordForPeace.com  There are almost 24 verses in the Qur’an that seem to call for ‘jihad’(struggle) or ‘qital’(warfare). But the authoritative commentaries and exegesis (tafseer) on the 24 verses of Jihad in the Qur’an clarify that their interpretations cannot be fairly done until the historical situations, contextual rulings, literal nuances and terminological implications of Jihad are taken into …

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Compassion for the downtrodden: How Bhakti movement was inspired by Indian Sufis! 

WordForPeace.com Dr Mahmood Islahi Bhakti movement swept across the medieval India with loving devotion to Rama and Krishna as the incarnations of Vishnu, the supreme lord, as its core message and philosophy and as a rebellion against the superficial Brahminical customs and rituals and caste distinction and discrimination prevalent in the society. The movement was headed by Ramananda who was …

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Kashmir Haat: museum of priceless artifacts

WordForPeace.com Srinagar, Jan 18: Kashmir Haat, government’s central handicraft market meant to attract tourists, has Jammu & Kashmir’s only Crafts Museum pushed to oblivion where even the locals seem unaware of its existence.  Located in a far corner of usually-deserted Kashmir Haat, located at Exhibition Road here, the museum, called ‘School of Designs – Crafts Museum’, is without a signboard …

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Students should be taught Gita, Quran, Bible twice a week, says Maneka Gandhi | india-news | Hindustan Times

WordForPeace.com School students must be taught from six major religious texts – including the Gita, Quran and Bible – to inculcate tolerance for different faiths, Union women and child development (WCD) minister Maneka Gandhi has said. “These days, there is a lot of religion-based tension. One of the reasons is that children don’t know enough of other religions, and operate …

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Indialogue Foundation internships for students interested in learning the fundamentals of dialogue

WordForPeace.com Indialogue Internship Program 2018 Indialogue Foundation offers internships for students and research scholars interested in learning the fundamentals of dialogue, developing research skills and participating in the organisation of different academic and cultural events. This internship program will enable students and research scholars to take part in major activities of the Foundation while pursuing their studies. Indialogue internship programs are …

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Kashmir amid the harshest winter: ‘Chillai Kalan’ a blanket drive by an NGO in collaboration with J&K Police

WordForPeace.com By Sheikh Zaffar Iqbal A blanket drive is underway by the NGO Uday Foundation in Kashmir valley for the needy in hospitals and orphanages. Srinagar: As Kashmir shivers amid the harshest winter spell, locally known as ‘Chillai Kalan‘ a blanket drive by NGO Uday foundation, in collaboration with Jammu and Kashmir Police, is underway for the needy in hospitals …

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Turkey’s counter-terrorism campaign discredited | IOL News

WordForPeace.com Turkey’s propaganda justifying its mass detentions and torture of followers of the Gulen movement as part of a counter-terrorism effort is being thoroughly discredited on multiple fronts. On Thursday, Human Rights Watch launched its 2018 World Report, documenting the rise in Turkey of allegations of torture in police custody, and the country’s widespread misuse of counter-terrorism laws. Accounts from …

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19 Profound Lessons From The Ancient Sage, Rumi

WordForPeace.com By Matt Caron In all the world’s history, if there was one person who truly understood love it was probably Rumi. Rumi was a 13th-century Persian poet, jurist, theologian, and Sufi mystic who believed that universal love was the cornerstone of spiritual living — so much so that he wrote about it in nearly all his poems and talked about …

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Kashmiri-origin Nus Ghani becomes first Muslim woman minister to address House of Commons

WordForPeace.com Nus Ghani, born in Birmingham to parents who migrated from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, was cheered by her colleagues as she addressed the House of Commons as a junior minister in the Department for Transport Nus Ghani, a Kashmiri-origin parliamentarian in the UK, today became the first female Muslim minister to speak from the British Parliament dispatch box. Ghani, born in Birmingham …

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