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Muslim woman to spread message of Gita on wheelchairs across globe

A Muslim woman is all ready to spread message of The Gita on wheelchairs not only in India but across the world.

According to ANI report, Mahiraa Jaan Pasha is soon to become the first Muslim woman to carry ahead first of its kind initiative.

A creator and a visionary in the arts, Mahiraa is to use innovative choreography using wheelchairs and crutches to showcase the Bhagavad Gita, comprising of 700 verses in Sanskrit which is a part of the great epic Mahabharata.

This report has surfaced a day after a report was flashed about five-year-old Muslim girl topping Bhagwat Gita recitation contest in Orissa.

Firdaus has learnt the book by heart.

“…a Muslim girl here has set an example of communal amity and tolerance by topping Bhagwat Gita contest”, said a local resident, Aryadatta Mohanty.

Her pronunciation was immaculate. “We awarded her 90 marks out of a total of 100”, described another judge of the district level competition, Akshyaya Pani.

“My teachers have taught me moral education and have inculcated me the spirit of Live and let live others. I believe that all human beings are members of an extended global family. This is what my dear teachers tell us in the classrooms”, the little girl said, reported PTI.

“I am a proud mother. It is giving me immense satisfaction after knowing that my daughter has stood first on reciting Hindu religious scripture Gita. Credit for my daughter s success goes to the school teachers,” her mother Arifa Biwi said.

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