Jammu and Kashmir. Tuesday was a historic day for Kashmiri Pandits in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Actually, after 35 years a temple was opened in the Soura area of ​​Kashmir. This temple, known as Vechar Nag, held an important place in the 1990s. This was the temple that issued the annual calendar. Used to decide the program for each day.

Along with Kashmiri Pandits, Muslims have also expressed happiness over the opening of this temple. People from both the communities were present in large numbers on this occasion. Regarding the opening of the temple after 35 years, a Kashmiri Pandit woman says that it feels very good to see this. Even after living in Srinagar, I have not been able to come to this place to date. When I entered here, I felt good seeing the view here.

What did the Kashmiri woman say?
On this occasion, the Kashmiri woman further said that when we were passing through the streets, we saw an example of brotherhood. Muslim women were seeing that Kashmiri Pandits had come. We were living here 34 years ago, those days should come back. I visited the temple, thanks to those who brought it. Haryana Governor Bandaru Dattatreya was especially present on the occasion. While congratulating Chaitra Navratri, Dattatreya said that our tradition is very old. Nature runs the whole world. It is important to preserve our eternal tradition.

'There should be Hindu-Muslim unity in the country'
Haryana Governor Dattatreya Dattatreya further said that there should be Hindu-Muslim unity in the country. Even though religions may be different. All Kashmiris should rise above all these things and unite. I want to congratulate all the Muslim brothers on the occasion of Ramadan and Eid.