The Bengaluru Masjid welcomes individuals of all religions.

Masjid-e-Bilal held a masjid darshan, or a mosque tour, to attract visitors from all faiths . The four-hour tour lasted until 8 p.m.

BENGALURU: On Sunday, Masjid-e-Bilal, a mosque on Bannerghatta Road, held a masjid darshan, or a mosque tour, to attract visitors from all faiths, and received a warm reception.During the four-hour tour that lasted until 8 p.m., mosque tour guides led the visitors around the mosque.The tours' intent was to foster social harmony and strengthen unity in order to open up the religious site and show the places' activities, as well as the religious space and fundamentals of the religion.People will better understand each other, said Sheikh Haroon, the city president of Jamat-E-Islami Hind, Bengaluru.

Women, legislators, youth, and students continued to arrive, as did children, and it made us grateful that brothers and sisters from other faiths responded favorably to the call.I hope society would welcome it and would use it to encourage such activities in the various masjids of the city, he said.Mohammed Aqheel, the president of the Solidarity Youth Movement, one of the organisers of the Masjid Darshan, said that there are a lot of misconceptions among non-Muslims about what a masjid is and what happens inside, and that this is an attempt to erase misconceptions.Bilal Masjid is a well-known and important site, so we wanted to involve everybody in our activities.

According to Abdul Mumin, a software specialist, there were 10-15 guides that gave people a sense of what they do in masjid in vernacular languages.

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