The Masjid-E-Rehmat-Alam mosque in Hyderabad on Sunday opened its door for people of different religions to spread communal harmony, peace, and brotherhood.
Keeping in mind how various religions coexist in India, a group of 20 volunteers came up with this idea for the public at large to meet, share, and experience the value and culture of Indian Muslims. It also aims at bringing awareness to the public on how the mosque functions and how prayers are offered.
Speaking about the event named "Visit My Mosque" which drew as many as 1200 people last year across various religions, the chief organiser, Mohammad Ahmed Khan, told news sources: "It has been complete teamwork to bring people here. This is the third time we have done such an event. We call our Hindu brothers to visit the mosque and tell them how we offer namaz and a mosque functions, so that, there is no misunderstanding between the people. It's an attempt to promote peace and harmony. I am pleased with the feedback we have got so far from the visitors."