Visually impaired Muslim poet from MP to attend Ram temple inauguration in Ayodhya

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Akbar Taj, a visually impaired Muslim poet and bhajan singer from Madhya Pradesh, has expressed his happiness on being invited for the Ram temple inauguration ceremony in Ayodhya, which will be held on January 22. Taj, who hails from Khandwa district, said he was honoured to receive the invitation from the Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust and that he would recite Ram bhajans at the event.

A devotee of Ram and Krishna

Taj, who lost his eyesight at the age of six due to an illness, said he was a devotee of both Ram and Krishna and that he had composed many poems and songs in praise of them. He said he had no qualms about attending the ceremony as a Muslim, as he believed that religion and spirituality were not contradictory. He said he respected all faiths and that he had visited many temples, mosques, churches, and gurudwaras in his life.

“I have been writing and singing Ram and Krishna bhajans since I was a child. I have also written poems on Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, and other national leaders. I have performed at many cultural and religious programmes across the country. I have also received many awards and recognition for my work. I am a proud Indian and a proud Muslim. I don’t see any conflict between the two,” Taj said.

An inspiration for many

Taj, who is 65 years old, said he had faced many challenges and hardships in his life due to his disability and poverty, but he never gave up on his passion and talent. He said he had studied till Class 10 with the help of his friends and teachers, and that he had learnt music from various sources. He said he had also taught music to many visually impaired students and helped them pursue their dreams.

“I have always tried to spread the message of peace, harmony, and love through my poems and songs. I have also tried to inspire and motivate other visually impaired people to overcome their difficulties and achieve their goals. I have also participated in many social and charitable activities, such as donating blood, planting trees, and distributing blankets and food to the needy,” Taj said.

A historic occasion

Taj said he was looking forward to attending the Ram temple inauguration ceremony in Ayodhya, which he called a historic occasion for the country. He said he was grateful to the trust for inviting him and that he would pray for the well-being and prosperity of the nation. He said he hoped that the event would mark a new era of unity and brotherhood among all communities and religions.

“I am very excited and happy to be a part of this historic event. I consider it a great honour and privilege to be invited by the trust. I will recite Ram bhajans at the ceremony and seek blessings from Lord Ram. I will also meet other dignitaries and guests who will be present there. I hope that this event will bring happiness and peace to everyone and that it will strengthen the bond of brotherhood and harmony among all Indians,” Taj said.

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