Hindus, Muslims Unite Clean Streets After Bahuda Yatra



Such an example of communal harmony was seen in Odisha, A group of people, consisting of Hindus and Muslims, joined hands to clean up the streets after the 'Bahuda Yatra' in Odisha's Baripada on Monday.

"Cleanliness doesn't have any religion. So, we all have come together. We feel lucky to have been given this opportunity," said a volunteer.

Another volunteer said, "We want to set an example for people of the country. We should keep our cities clean in order to stay healthy."


As we know The 'Rath Yatra' is an annual festival of Odisha, In Ratha yatra idols of Lord Jagannath, his elder brother Balabhadra and younger sister Subhadra are taken out in a procession to Gundicha Temple, where they are placed for nine days. 

Bahuda Yatra or return car festival symbolises the retreat of the deities to their abode.

Hindus, Muslims Unite Clean Streets After Bahuda Yatra
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