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Indonesia, Sangh Parivar and Muslims LALKRISHNA Advani and Sangh parivar friends never tire of reminding Muslims in India about Muslim culture in Indonesia where the Ramayan and Mahabharat stories are a part of their folklore. Sangh parivar advocates may wish to refer to the news item in The Times of India of July 1, 1993 where the experience of a Nagpur community on Muharram in 1924 is cited: "For the first time in the history of Nagpur, Kerbala, the tenth day of Muharram passed off without Hindus participating in it, in accordance with the wishes of the Hindu Sabha. It was almost a revolutionary step. For years past it was the Hindus who played the predominating part and made Muharram what it was in Nagpur." This receptivity of our culture may be noted.

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