Muslim Man Walks 800 Kms To Ayodhya For Ram Temple Bhoomi Pujan

Faiz Khan hails from the birthplace of Lord Ram’s mother, Kaushalya.

Sohil Nikam

July 28, 2020

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A Muslim man named Faiz Khan is on a journey of 800 kilometres to the Ram temple in Ayodhya to participate in the inauguration of its construction on August 5, 2020. The man hails from Chhattisgarh’s Chandkhuri, which is believed to the birthplace of Lord Ram’s mother, Kaushalya. Khan has reached Madhya Pradesh’s Anuppur till now. Despite his religion, he calls himself a devotee of Lord Ram and claims to have walked 15,000 kilometres to various temples across India.

“I am a Muslim by name and religion but I am a devotee of Lord Ram. If we learn about our ancestors, they were Hindus. Their names might be Ramlal or Shyamlal. We all have Hindu origin whether we go to church or mosque,” he said. He also recalled Pakistan’s national poet Allama Iqbal’s message which said, “a man with perfect sight will consider Lord Ram as the lord of India.” On his journey, Khan is carrying soil from his village to Ayodhya, which he wishes to contribute to the temple’s construction.

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