Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) hosts Eid Milan Program at India International Center, New Delhi

April 19, 2024

18 April: Jamaat-e-Islami Hind organized an Eid Milan program at the scenic Rose Garden Lawn of the India International Centre, New Delhi. The event was designed to facilitate interfaith dialogue and bring together distinguished individuals from various segments of society.

The event attracted a diverse audience, including ambassadors and embassy representatives from over a dozen countries such as Palestine, Malaysia, Sudan, USA, France, Russia, Germany and many more. Additionally, in attendance were senior designated lawyers from the Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court, many former bureaucrats, senior researchers and analysts from socio-political think tanks, academia from various universities and prestigious institutions, civil society activists, renowned journalists from print and electronic media, members of the Delhi Legislative Assembly, few Members of Parliament, leadership from Muslim organizations, progressive writers and intellectuals, and representatives from multi-faith religious communities including Hinduism, Christianity, Judaism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Bahá’ís, Brahma Kumaris, and others.

Syed Sadatullah Husaini, the President of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, and the central office bearers warmly received guests at the reception, engaging in conversations and extending greetings. Simultaneously, the JIH Women’s Department office bearers ensured a welcoming atmosphere for female participants.

The program commenced promptly at 7 pm upon the arrival of guests and concluded at 9:30 pm. Throughout the event, dinner was served, providing an opportunity for networking and discussions. Approximately 300 attendees participated in the dinner.

The program’s highlights included the participants’ engagement with sincerity and harmony. In contrast to traditional gatherings with lengthy speeches, this program took on a more interactive approach. There were no podiums or extensive speeches at the reception. Instead, the JIH President welcomed attendees, expressing a few words on the domestic and international situation, setting the tone for a more inclusive and participatory atmosphere.

Senior JIH officials actively engaged with attendees, joining in discussions and dining alongside everyone on the lawn. The involvement of various stakeholders in inviting participants contributed to the event’s success, ensuring a diverse and inclusive representation at the gathering.

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