What happened when Ganesh, Muharram processions cross each other?

New Delhi: In an incident which proved that communal harmony exists in the society, people of Ganesh and Muharram processions were seen shaking hands.

In the photo which was shared by a Twitterati by name, “Joy Bhattacharjya”, processions can be seen cross each other.

According to the report published in India Times, people leaned over divider to shake hands with each other.

Expressing views on the pictures, another Twitterati wrote, “Ganesh Chaturthi & Muharram possessions crossing each other. I think this is the idea of India”.

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Another neitizen wrote, ” #GaneshChaturthi & #Muharram possessions crossing each other. #IndiaUnited this spirit #India needed”.


Here are some other reactions of the twitter users.


In another incident which also proved that communal harmony exists in the society, people celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi and observed Muharram under same pandal. This example was set by the people of a village in Hubli District.  

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