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People of two faiths come together to celebrate Raksha Bandhan in Kanpur

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People of two faiths come together to celebrate Raksha Bandhan in Kanpur

People of two faiths come together to celebrate Raksha Bandhan in Kanpur

India is well known across the world for its unity in diversity and this variety is implicit to Indian festivals as well.

In Kanpur, an extra hue got added to the festivity of Raksha Bandhan, when people of two different faiths observed the occasion together.

With this act, they not only celebrated the beautiful bond between brothers and sisters but also fostered the long-practiced communal harmony in the country.


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