Sikhs living with Hindus living in Afghanistan joined
The atmosphere of fear in Afghanistan has been gradually easing since the Taliban came to power. The latest example of this has come from the capital Kabul. Hindus (minority community) performed bhajans, kirtans and aartis on the auspicious occasion of Navratri in Kabul, Afghanistan. On Tuesday, Hindus performed Kirtan and Jagran at Asmai Temple in Kabul. Some videos of this occasion have also surfaced.
According to the information received, Ram Sharan Singh, chairman of the management committee of Asmai temple in Kabul, told that he had organized a bhandara with kirtan and Jagran, in which the needy were fed. About 150 people had gathered in the program. In which Sikhs living with Hindus living in Afghanistan are also included.
Indian Origin Community in Kabul celebrates Navratri Festival at the ancient Asamai Mandir. Afghan minorities including Christian and Sikhs participated in celebrations. They hope for early evacuation back to India. pic.twitter.com/waCqeNpSSP
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These Hindus and Sikhs have also appealed to the Government of India to take them away from Afghanistan as soon as possible. This temple is situated at a distance of 4-5 km from ‘Karte Parvan’ Gurdwara in Kabul. At the same time, a few days ago Taliban fighters ransacked the Kart Parwan Gurdwara.