About 120 to 150 devotees reached the ancient Asamai temple of Kabul. Everyone celebrated Navratri by doing kirtan. During this, a Bhandara was also organized.
Kabul: Since the formation of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, there has been an atmosphere of fear among the minorities. In the past, there were also many reports of atrocities on minorities. But now some such pictures have come out from here which can be said that the Taliban is improving something. Actually, some pictures have come out from Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, in which people of Hindu community living in Kabul are seen celebrating Navratri.
According to media reports, the minority Hindu community in Afghanistan celebrated Navratri festival with pomp at the ancient Asamai temple in Kabul on Tuesday. During this, the aarti of God was sung inside the temple and the kirtan continued for a long time.
The members of Hindu community in Afghanistan last night celebrated the ongoing Navratri festival at the ancient Asamai Mandir in #Kabul .
They appealed Govt of India for their early evacuation due to acute economic and social hardships being faced by them.
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Echo of ‘Hare Rama, Hare Krishna’ in Kabul
During the aarti, the whole campus reverberated with the chants of ‘Hare Rama, Hare Krishna’. People from the Hindu minority community prayed for peace and prosperity of Afghanistan and their brothers living in India. Bhandara was also organized in the temple.
organizing a feast
According to the information, about 120 to 150 devotees had reached the temple and the program of kirtan went on for a long time. Bhandara was organized after the Kirtan was over. Asamai Temple Management Committee chairman Ram Sharan Singh said around 120-150 people, including Afghan Hindus and Sikhs, participated in the kirtan in the event.