Spain Muslim Mission: A Hindu Helps
by Mr. K. D. Jagtap, Taroda, Spain
The Light (Pakistan), 1st June 1934 Issue (Vol. 13, No. 21, p. 1)
Mr. K.D. Jagtap writes from Taroda [Spain]:
“I have sent rupee one for the Spain Mission Fund. I am Hindu by caste. I am the subscriber of The Light. My Subscriber’s No. is 1919.
There are two missions in India; one is the Ramkrishna Mission, Calcutta, and the other is the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat-e-i-Islam, Lahore. I know both the missions. I am of this opinion that Hinduism and Islam are the two branches of one tree (Almighty God). Though I am a Hindu by caste yet it is my duty to help such religious missions. Those who are of my opinion among the Hindus must help the Spain Mission fund. I love both the missions equally.”