We are proud to bring you everyday stories of Communal Harmony in our beautiful country. Throughout its history, India’s beauty has been its Unity in Diversity. India is the only country in the world that has these multitude of cultures, languages, cuisines, appearances, even huge variations in natural / geographical features and climates etc. Where else do you find such rich tapestry of human civilization in all its magnificent splendor and as many colors as the eye can feast. It is rightly called a “sub-continent” for this very reason.

But there is increasing onslaught upon it by right-wing forces. IAMC stands firmly to highlight, cherish and promote these pluralistic traditions of our land. Let us resolve to come together and strive to save our India from these polarizing forces.

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Saare Jahaan se Achcha Hindustaan Hamaara !! 


Peace, harmony, compassion awarded on Id

The Burah Jame Masjid Peace Award, 2019, was presented to 10 persons who have contributed to peace and harmony in Assam and brought positive changes in society, in the run-up to Id. The second edition of the award was organised along with a grand iftar party on Monday by Amrit Cement, in association with the management of Burah Jame Masjid …

Gifting Sunnah: Muslims Across India Celebrate Eid By Gifting Sweets To Non-Muslims

By Shaik Zakeer Hussain As millions of Muslims celebrated Eid al-Fitr all over the country, a group of Muslims shared their joy and happiness with non-Muslims by gifting them boxes of sweets. Over 200 volunteers from all walks of life, across Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mysore, Surat, Mumbai, and other cities distributed gifts to public servants and bystanders on the day …

A Bond Of Togetherness! Hindus, Muslims Come Together To Preserve Assam Mosque

Puranigudam Minar, as the locals call it, stands tall in a dusty bylane of Nagaon. Situated inside the Puranigudam Masjid, built in 1824, the turret was about to be demolished to make way for a highway expansion project. The people of Purunigudam, cutting across religious lines, would not let that happen.… A few concerned locals, both Hindus and Muslims, approached …