24-year-old Anju Ashokan lost his father a few years ago. Due to lack of resources, her mother Bindu arrived in the city mosque to ask for help for her daughter’s wedding.
In Kerala: No matter how many differences there are between the Hindu and Muslim communities, but often the people of both communities set an example of unity. A similar case has come to light in Kayamkulam in Kerala, where a Hindu couple was married with pomp in the Mosque. The two were married on January 19 at the Cherawali Muslim Jamaat Mosque in Kerala. According to a Times of India report, 24-year-old Anju Ashokan lost his father a few years ago. Due to lack of resources, her mother Bindu arrived in the city mosque to ask for help for her daughter’s wedding.
She came to my house to ask for help for her daughter’s wedding,” said Sachil Nuzumudeen Alummuttil of the Cherawali Muslim Jamaat Mosque. He gave me a letter, which I presented before the Jamaat Committee. After this, we decided that we will help her in getting her daughter married ”. He said, “When I showed this letter to the members of the committee, all came forward to get Anju married and make all arrangements.” After this, preparations for the wedding of the two were made inside the mosque itself.
After this, on January 19, the couple married in a Hindu mosque with Hindu customs. In addition, the mosque also fed “Sadya” (Sadya) to all the dignitaries and relatives who attended the wedding. Along with this, the Jamaat committee also gave gold jewelry worth Rs 2 lakh
Describing this as an example of unity, the state Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has also shared the picture of the couple performing the wedding ceremony on social media.