In midst of inter-community clashes all over the country, one woman has stood out from the rest. She has not only set an overwhelming example but also given a powerful message to those who aggravate the issues between the Hindus and Muslims. Dr Mahi Talat Siddiqui has spent more than one and a half year to translate holy Ramayana to Urdu. [caption id="attachment_41254" align="alignnone" width="650"] Source[/caption] Dr Mahi is a resident of Prem Nagar in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. She translated the holy book of Hinduism because she wanted to make the Muslim community aware of the goodness of Ramayana, along with Hindus. She believes that every holy book, irrespective of the religion, teaches us about humanity, kindness and love. No religion teaches us violence and cruelty.
Just like holy texts of all religions, Ramayana also gives us a message of peace and brotherhood. It has been written very beautifully. I felt relaxed and peaceful after writing the text in Urdu.[caption id="attachment_41255" align="alignnone" width="800"] Source[/caption] Two years ago, Badri Narayan Tiwari gave a copy of the holy book to Mahi. This is when she resolved to translate it into Urdu. While translating every word from the 24,000 verses long holy book, she patiently took her time. She wanted to keep the original meaning and essence of each sentence as she translated.
Some people of the society spread violence by instigating religious issues, but no religion teaches to hate each other. People of all religions should live together with love and goodwill, and it is necessary that each other's religions should also be respectedDr Mahi has completed her Master’s degree in Hindi Literature and believes in unifying all, despite their differences. She has proved that no amount of hatred can divide humanity. It stands above all differences and religious beliefs. For the latest updates about anything and everything interesting, keep reading on Gabruu.com!