Muslims assist in bringing idols to a temple on a hill in Jammu and Kashmir.

Muslim residents of Kursari Panchayat in Jammu and Kashmirs Doda joined hands with Hindus in moving giant idols to an ancient temple . Six idols, each weighing between 500 kg and 700 kg and made of granite, were purchased from Rajasthan and installed on a hilltop .

Bhaderwah: Muslim residents of Kursari Panchayat in Jammu and Kashmirs Doda joined hands with Hindus in moving giant idols to an ancient temple here.Six idols, each weighing between 500 kg and 700 kg and made of granite, were purchased from Rajasthan and installed on a hilltop, three kilometers away from the Bhaderwah-Doda highway, causing the Shiv Mandir committee to be stranded in a jammu and We never fell prey to the barbaric schemes of those who seek to divide us on the basis of religion.Mir said to PTI that we have now demonstrated that we are united.Voluntarily used machines and ropes to transport the idols to the temple, where they will be unveiled at a religious function on August 9.It is truly encouraging to see that the army's local unit, road construction firms, and civil administration came forward and extended their total support, Mir said.Chairman of the temple committee Ravinder Pardeep said:I am really happy to see that our youngsters are ably carrying forward the ethos of communal unity and mutual brotherhood, showing that we have successfully imparted those values to them, he said.As a goodwill gesture, the armys Rashtriya Rifles unit based in Bhaderwah dispatched men and equipment to support the villagers.