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Ruhelkhand University helps in carrying forward tradition of communal harmony

ANI | 09 Sep 2014, 06:49 pm
Bareilly, Sep 09 (ANI): India is a land of diverse religious beliefs, cultures and languages. And people of the country enjoy this diversity and live in amity not just by living in amity but also by performing their rituals, learning languages and by adopting cultural practices. One such example can be seen at Ruhelkhand University, Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh, where students from different religious faiths study Persian Language in the newly established Indo-Iranian Studies Center. The Indo-Iranian Studies Centre was established in university in the year 2012. Here students belonging to Muslim, Hindu and even Christian community come together to study the Persian language. Centers like Indo-Iranian Studies help people to learn the cultural practices and language of each other, enabling them to understand the meaning of a peaceful life.

Ruhelkhand University helps in carrying forward tradition of communal harmony

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