Kerala's Cheravally Muslim Jamath Committee will host a Hindu wedding in a mosque premises on January 19. The wedding invitation card prepared by the Muslim committee is now doing the rounds of social media
A mosque in Kerala is all set to host a Hindu wedding. On January 19, the Cheravally Muslim Jamath Committee in Kerala's Alappuzha district will host a Hindu wedding in the mosque premises.
It is reported that daughter of Cheravally natives Bindu and Ashokan – Anju, and Sarath, who hails from Krishnapuram, will tie the knot between 11:30am and 12:30pm.
Two years ago, Ashokan died and Bindu has been struggling to make ends meet and was staying at a rented house with her children. As she was unable to source money to conduct her daughter Anju's wedding, her neighbour, a Jamaath secretary, suggested that she approach the Jamaath committee.
Without a second thought, Bindu sought help, and the Jamaath committee was open to the idea as well. One of the members offered them help to meet their wedding expenses. The wedding invitation card prepared by the Muslim committee is now doing the rounds of social media, with many hailing it as a sign of religious harmony.
Last Updated 6, Jan 2020, 4:55 PM