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"Lab pe aati hai dua

banke tamanna meri."

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may 8 2018

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feb 9 2018

"People wonder how can I sing

and also Christian qawwalis."

Hey dukh Bhanjan

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apr 18 2018

"Nautanki is like a

coalition government."

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"I was trolled non stop

- wajood"

for the one word I used

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may 8 2018

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"Just like Oxygen,

Gandhi is present in

the air of our country."

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may 8 2018

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"I would say I am knocking on graves

to ask them if they can

teach me something."

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may 8 2018

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"I have shown people that

I am not the only muslim

to have learnt Sanskrit."

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may 8 2018

“In the dark times will there also be singing?
Yes, there will also be singing. About the dark times.”
― Bertolt Brecht
Listen to Poojan Sahil as his words traverse from grief to hope.

Nautanki is like a coalition government. It’s democracy itself- a coalition of all kinds of people. When we do things as a community we learn that the other person is not an alien. They are just like us,” says Devendra Sharma, a Nautanki theatre artist and Professor at California State University. No divide can exist in the popular performance traditions of our country, because everyone creates these forms of art together. 

Mumbai’s Mahim Dargah has a special relationship with communal harmony, humanitarian values and above all the country’s Constitution. From hosting inter-faith communities and events, to hoisting the Tricolor at the Dargah to installing the Preamble at the premises, a first for any place of worship in India, Mahim Dargah is doing its bit as a platform to promote peace and reshape India into the India of the dreams of our founding fathers. And so is the rest of the country. Isn’t what we want, really that kind of a country?