Langar At Mumbai Mosque Feeds 100 Hungry Stomachs

When more people learnt about the mosque's noble efforts, check out the video to know what happened.

At the Sunni Muslim Bilal Masjid in Grant Road, Mumbai, the call for night prayers (Isha) had already been sounded, but not everyone lined up immediately to join the crowd proceeding for namaaz. A few volunteers set up stalls and got ready to first feed the hungry, now lining up at the mosque’s door.

The mosque was hosting a 3-day langar (community kitchen), which are traditionally held at gurudwaras where all visitors are provided free meals without any discrimination. The mosque provides 100 people with food packs of roti, sabzi and achaar.

When more people learnt about the mosque’s noble efforts, check out the video to know what happened.

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