Lord Ganesh came in dream of a Muslim child! He worships God in the slum as he can not worship at home.

Ramzan, a ten-year-old boy living in Korba town in Chhattisgarh, says that he used to see Lord Ganesha in a dream. Ramzan reported it to his friend Mubarak. If these two children take the lesson from what happens after that, then all religious differences will end. In fact, two days ago, two children went out of their house and reached the city’s Sharda Vihar Colony without telling anyone. There, two friends collected some donations from nearby homes. Then, a short distance away from the railway gate, he made a pavilion-like pandal and set up a statue of Ganesha.

Ganesh Puja is still there. They also bought Puja’s materials. People in the locality now come to worship Ganesh every day. At the same time, the locals serve lunch to two friends, Ramzan and Mubarak. These days the kid was sleeping inside two pandals and looking after the idols. On the other hand, the family is searching with the idea that the baby is not available. It is claimed that Ramzan wanted to worship at home but his father did not accept it.

So Ramzan fled home and worshiped Ganesh with his friend. Childline people approach the pandal in search of a children. The children were handed over to their family. Now Pandel is being looked after by people near the Sharda Bihar Gate. The two children belongs to Muslim communities but there is no religious bigotry in their sacred heart. On the other hand, Muslim fundamentalists were attacking on social media by looking at actress Ganesh Pujo of Sara Ali Khan. The fanatics demanded that if Ganesh worshiped as a Muslim or their religion would be in danger, Allah would be angry and so on. This kid must teach something to the fundamentalists.

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