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Hindu Youth Exemplifies Telangana’s Ganga Jamuna Tehzeeb

Justice Manmeet Pritam Singh Arora. 37

In a world where divisions and discord often make headlines, a heartwarming story of compassion and unity emerges from the city of Jeddah. Khursheed Ahmed, a 46-year-old native of Allahabad working in Dubai, faced a harrowing situation when he lost all his belongings during his Umrah pilgrimage in the holy city of Makkah. Desperate and without any resources, he found himself in a dire predicament upon returning to Jeddah. However, a Hindu youth from Telangana extended a helping hand to the helpless traveler.

Hindu youth makes Telangana's Ganga Jamuna Tehzeeb shine in Jeddah

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In a time marked by growing polarization and discord, the people of Telangana continue to uphold the ideals of unity in diversity, exemplifying the spirit of “Ganga Jamuna Tahzeeb. “Khursheed’s plight was met with compassion when Kondadam Krishna, a kind-hearted resident of Telangana, came to his aid. Krishna provided food and shelter to the distressed pilgrim and ensured his safe journey to the Indian consulate in Jeddah.

Krishna’s motivation was simple yet profound. He stated, “He (Khursheed) came to please his God. If I help him, my God will reward me.” Krishna, a marginal worker hailing from Metpally town in erstwhile Karimnagar district, demonstrated that kindness knows no boundaries.

What are some of the examples of Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb? -

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Khursheed had lost his mobile phone and contact information, leaving him isolated in a foreign land. Despite reaching out to some community leaders from Uttar Pradesh for assistance, he encountered indifference, even for something as basic as food. In his time of need, he crossed paths with a fellow traveler from Kerala, who helped him connect with Muzzamil Shaikh, a noted social worker based in Riyadh.

Muzzamil, in turn, reached out to his friends in Jeddah, where Kodandam Krishna had volunteered to shelter Khursheed until he could complete the necessary documents for his return. One such crucial document was a local police report, which is mandatory in cases of lost passports. Without this report, an Indian national cannot obtain a duplicate passport to return to their host country. Understanding Khursheed’s predicament, Indian consulate officials issued an emergency certificate promptly, allowing him to return to India. However, this certificate did not permit him to go back to the United Arab Emirates, where he was employed.


Grateful for Krishna’s help, Khursheed expressed his intention to repay the borrowed funds once he received money from his Dubai employer. His journey would take him back to Prayagraj, formerly known as Allahabad, where he would need to reapply for a duplicate passport before being able to return to the UAE to continue his job.

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