Monday, September 13, 2010

Solution of "Mandir vs Masjid" Dispute

One thing, I would like to say that Mandir (Temple) and Masjid (Mosque) are the places where one can go and felt connected with God. The controversy related to Mandir or Masjid is not new one. It comes from the old age civilizations. Hindus say that their God is the greatest one and Muslims says that Their God is the greatest one. and after that they begin to fight with each other. I don't think what is the use of fighting over the issue of Mandir and Masjid. There are some controversial places where the Hindus and Muslims both claim for their God's places-
Ayodhya- "Ram-Janm Bhoomi-Babri Masjid"
Agra- "Tajmahal-Tejo mahalaya Mandir"
Jaunpur- "Atala Mosque-Atala Devi Mandir"
"Atala Mosque- Atala Devi Temple" in Jaunpur

(This is the so-called Atala Devi Mosque at Jaunpur in Uttar Pradesh. Atala Devi is a Hindu goddess of inexorable fate. Therefore, it is obvious that her imposing Hindu temple is being currently misused as a mosque and is blatantly characterized as a piece of Islamic architecture. General Cunningham, a British novice who set up the archaeology department under the British administration, made the initial blunder of assuming that historic buildings in Muslim possession were built by the Muslims themselves.)
I have a solution to this problem of Mandir vs Masjid. 
For Hindus: If Hindus believe that the Mosque of Muslims were the temple of Hindus then they should not be afraid of the Muslims. The praising of Muslims, at the Mosque (disputed as Temple of Hindus), will automatically go to the Hindu God. In other words, Muslims praise to the Hindu God and it will be an honor to the Hindu's God.
For Muslims: If Muslims believe that the Temple of  Hindus were the Mosque of Muslims then they should not be afraid of the Hindus. The praising of Hindus, at the Temple (disputed as Mosque of Muslims), will automatically go to the Muslim's God. In other words, Hindus praise to the Muslim's God and it will be an honor to the Pagamber Mohammed.

I know, there are a number of persons who will not satisfy with me. I have another solution to this problem. It is line of the Hindi poem adopted from the book "Madhushala" by Harivans Rai Bacchan.
"मुसलमान औ' हिन्दू है दो, एक, मगर, उनका प्याला,
एक, मगर, उनका मदिरालय, एक, मगर, उनकी हाला,
दोनों रहते एक न जब तक मस्जिद मन्दिर में जाते,
बैर बढ़ाते मस्जिद मन्दिर मेल कराती मधुशाला!।५०।" 
What more else I can say over this Issue????????????
"आज करे परहेज़ जगत, पर, कल पीनी होगी हाला,
आज करे इन्कार जगत पर कल पीना होगा प्याला,
होने दो पैदा मद का महमूद जगत में कोई, फिर
जहाँ अभी हैं मन्िदर मस्जिद वहाँ बनेगी मधुशाला।।५३।"

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