Hyderabad, March 25 -- In a true display of secularism spirit, Hindus and Sikhs in Punjab's Malerkotla district come together to hold Iftar for their Muslim neighbours during the holy month of Ramzan.

A report by The Wire speaks on the visible communal harmony prevalent between different religious communities with Iftar being served in temples and gurudwaras of Malerkotla district, a dominant Muslim population. Muslims too have been inviting Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, and members of other religious communities to join them in special Ramzan prayers, the report said.

History of Malerkotla

Malerkotlawas founded by Sheikh Sadruddin-i-Jahan, a ruler from Afghanistan, in the 15th century. During the 18th century, when forced Muslim conversi...