Category Archives: interfaith culture

Melting pot: Delhi’s only synagogue, a study in faith

“The interfaith study centre was set up to find commonalities between religions. At any given time, there are about three to four students at the Centre, both from Delhi and abroad,” said Malekar. Rabbi Ezekiel Malekar at Judah Hyam Synagogue. Oinam Anand Behind the navy blue gate on Humayun Road, Ezekiel Malekar, Delhi’s only Jewish

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In Interfaith Homes, Dealing With the ‘December Dilemma’

This piece is for real and full of humor. Indeed it happens at the interfaith homes, and it is rightly called December Dilemma. How far does a spouse go to accept the otherness of other? How far should one go? Does the faith that you are conditioned to prevent you from participating in the other? Can we integrate

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