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The Infidel Next Door
The Infidel Next Door is a saga of the undying spirit of a man while facing loss and betrayal in the name of religious persecution. It is set in the period before the seventh and last exodus of Hindus from Kashmir in 1989.
When Aditya, a Hindu priest, is asked to go back to a temple in Kashmir where his ancestor was killed for refusing to convert to Islam, he decides he must go. Though the attacks – both on his family and on the temple – occurred three centuries ago, the wounds are yet to heal.
When he arrives, he discovers a mosque has been built next door where Anwar, the imam’s son, is becoming a fanatic to escape memories of humiliation.
Ek Kafir Mera Padosi (Hindi Edition)
Kashmir is the most radicalized region on earth. But behind it is a story of how its inhabitants resisted religious conversion.
Told through the eyes of a psychologist, this inspiring story revolves around Aditya, a Hindu priest, Anwar, who wants to create an Islamic Kashmir, and Zeba torn between her love and her religion.
The Infidel Next Door is a story of every individual searching for an identity after a loss, the conflict between religions in the present world, and how forgiveness transcends hate.
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