“Salman Khan”: the true indian

INDIA IS THE LAND OF GODS AND IN THIS COUNTRY THERE ARE NO SUCH PEOPLE WHO WOULD NOT HAVE NEVER INVOLVED FOR THE SACRED AND HOLY PERCEPTUATIONS.

Salman Celebrating Ganesh Mahotsav

Every Indian loves the worship of God Ganesh, and as it is the festival which is celebrated with lot of dedication in Mumbai then how one can let it go but being Muslim when Salman stood for celebrating and worshipping idol of God Ganesha in September 2007, a Muslim organisation issued a fatwa against him for attending a Ganesh puja. Stating that Islam prohibits idol worship, the organisation stated that unless Khan reads the kalmas: the declaration of faith, all over again, he will not be considered a Muslim. In addition to that, Khan celebrated the Ganesh Mahostav with his family in Bandra; they brought a Ganesh idol for one day for the sake of his stepmother, Helen. Khan was among the group who danced in the procession. His father responded by criticising the fatwa, and stated that Salman had done nothing wrong. That is true Salman had done nothing wrong, if the celebration gives happiness to one then why caste and relation disputes in between when we all are human and enjoy each other acts with love for our happiness. But another fatwa was raised against Khan by a Muslim cleric in India, mufti Salim Ahmad Qasmi, for allowing Madame Tussauds in London to make a wax model of himself. The mufti said the statue is illegal and the Sharia forbids depictions of all living creatures. This created speculation in the press, as no fatwa was released against fellow Muslim, Shahrukh Khan who also has a wax model in the museum. Salman responded by saying, "These fatwas are becoming a joke". On this occasion, his father, Salim again questioned the fatwa and criticised those who raise it.

IT IS BETTER TO UNDERTAND WHAT WE ARE THAN COMAPRING THE DIFFERENCES.

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