Tension in Haryana’s Jind Village after finding blue-colour flags with 786 inscription found in temple
Jind/Haryana, June 27: Tension prevailed in Haryana’s Jind village after a few blue-coloured flags were found which were inscribed with ‘786’, being put up at an under-construction temple. In Islamic beliefs, number 786 is considered as a holy mark. The incident which occurred two days before in which a group of men entered a mosque at Anchra Khurd village in Jind district and had allegedly attacked three people including an Imam, causing injury, police said.
The police department had already deployed police personnel across the village to maintain law and order. After the attack on the Imam on Sunday night, Senior Superintendent of Police Shashank Anand has visited the village along with the administration officials. He had spent the whole night in the village and took the initiative to control the tense situation. Though tension prevailed throughout the day of Eid on Tuesday, there occurred no untoward incident, as the situation was successfully controlled by the police.
Significance of the number 786
Going deep into the meaning of 786 is so gracious and merciful, as it is the total value of the letters of “Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim”, which means “In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful”. In Arabic scheme, of letters, there are two methods for arranging them. The first method is the most commonly used method which is the alphabetical method. Here we begin with Alif, ba, ta, tha etc. The second or the other method is known as the Abjad method or ordinal method.
This beautifully poetic Arabic phrase is pronounced as Bismillah ir-Rahman ir-Rahim offers both deep insight and brilliant inspiration to human minds. Often it has been said that the phrase contains the true essence of the entire Qur’an, as well as the true essence of all religions. People in the Muslim culture often say this phrase when they are starting any significant endeavour. Some of the followers consider it to be a major pillar of Islam.