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Was asked to share this about Muslim-Sikh shared heritage. It is claimed that Gurdwara Keshgarh Sahab in India, which is considered a repository of Sikh heritage, contains a double-edged sword. Some people claim that the sword is the 'Zulfiqar' which was the sword of Imam Ali
It is claimed that the sword was given to Guru Gobind Singh by the Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah. Not going into the authenticity of the claim but it definitely depicts the historical bond which the two communities have enjoyed in this part of the region
As Kunwar Mahendra Singh Bedi famously said:

Hum kisi deen se hoon qail-e-kirdaar tou hain
Hum sana'khwan-e-Shah-e-Haider-e-Karrar tou hain~
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PM @narendramodi commences the 50th edition of #MannKiBaat reminding listeners that this Golden Jubilee episode is indeed gilt-edged in every sense of the term.
PM @narendramodi revealed why he chose radio as a medium for #MannKiBaat reminiscing how during his travels in Himachal Pradesh in 1998 a lone tea-seller in a remote snow-clad hilly outpost informed him of India’s Nuclear tests after listening to the news on radio.(1/3)
“He must be listening to the radio all day; this was a medium that was truly connected with the masses…and it was a powerful means of getting across,” the PM thought.(2/3) #MannKiBaat
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Historical Buddhist statue at the Mes Aynak site in #Kabul, #Afghanistan, #Buddhism
Centuries old "Ekamukhalinga " ( Lord Shiva) in #Afghanistan , now in #Kabul Museum !
#Hinduism
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