Mohammad Habib, a 70-year-old Muslim farmer from Bengal, recently received a heartwarming invitation from the Ayodhya Rama Mandira Tirtha Kshetra Trust. For Habib, this invitation symbolizes a profound recognition of his past involvement and dedication to the events in Ayodhya.
Habib’s connection to Ayodhya traces back to December 2, 1992, a significant period in India’s history marked by the demolition of the Babri Masjid. During those tumultuous days, Habib, despite belonging to a different faith, displayed immense courage and commitment by staying in Ayodhya for several days. He actively participated as a laborer, contributing his efforts during the transformative events surrounding the Babri Masjid.
Recognizing Habib’s historic role and the depth of his commitment, the Ayodhya Rama Mandira Tirtha Kshetra Trust extended an invitation to him for the Pranapratistha program of Sri Ram. This gesture not only acknowledges Habib’s past contributions but also exemplifies the inclusive spirit and unity that transcends religious boundaries. Habib’s journey from an ordinary farmer to receiving such an esteemed invitation underscores the significance of unity, respect, and recognition in fostering harmonious relationships amidst diverse communities.