Keeping alive the spirit of Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb, Hyderabad is set to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi and Eid-ul-Adha festivals tomorrow, together and in a grand way.
One of the Muslim residents, speaking to ANI here, said, "We came here to buy a goat, because tomorrow is our festival. Every year we celebrate Eid-ul-Adha for the past two years. We will celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi and Bakrid together. We always cooperate with each others' community to maintain peace in the city. The arrangements are being managed well from the government side and the rates of the goats are reasonable this time."
One of the traders said, "Compared to last year, this year, the value of the goats, which are being sold, is high. And the arrangements by the police are good. They have allotted separate stalls to us, so that there is no disturbance. We all are very happy to celebrate two major festivals Vinayaka Chaturthi and Bakrid together."