Hindu girl wins Quran recitation competition, example of social harmony seen in Kerala

One day or the other, the news of disputes related to religion keep coming out from different parts of the country. Everyone gets worried after seeing these news that towards which direction our society is moving. However, in the meantime such news also comes, which present an example of social harmony. One such news has come to the fore from Kerala, where a Hindu girl studying in class four has won the Quran recitation competition. Kerala This girl studying in a school has been in the limelight since winning the competition.

'Quran recitation competition' was organized at Thodnoor sub-district arts festival in Kozhikode. The girl won the competition because she was speaking Arabic fluently. The name of this fourth class student is Parvati. This case of Kerala has not only presented an example of social harmony in the country, but has also shown how secularism is maintained among the people in the country.

Parvathy comes from a Hindu family from Kerala. As soon as the child won the competition, she became the 'poster girl' of social harmony. Parvati started reading the Quran, the holiest book of Islam, with the Arabic sentence 'Bismillah-Hirrahma-Nirrahim'. It means that I am starting this work in the name of Allah. Allah is very merciful and extends His mercy to us.

How did the girl learn Arabic?

According to media reports, Parvati, the winner of Quran recitation competition, started learning Arabic in the first class itself. Parvati also has a twin sister, whose name is Parvana. Parvana also has a good knowledge of Arabic language and a good grip on this language. It is known that the credit for teaching Arabic to both the girls goes to their parents. Parvati's parents encouraged both the sisters to learn a new language at an early age.

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Parvati's father's name is Nalish Bobby, who is an IT professional by profession, while her mother Dina Prabhav is a teacher in a government school. The two-and-a-half-minute video of Parvati reciting the Quran is available on many platforms including YouTube.

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