Chhote Shah Shrine depicts interfaith harmony among people

UPDATED ON JUN 29, 2009 07:40 PM IST
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The culture of Kashmir or Kashmiriyat, is a synthesis of the great traditions of Hinduism, the compassion of Buddhism and the liberalism of Sufi Islam. And Kashmiri society has been a microcosm, reflecting the essence of this beautiful synthesis. An example of this can be found 8 Miles from the international India Pakistan border at a place called Mendhar where the shrine of Muslim Saint Sakhi Peer also known as Chotey Shah is located.


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