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Submitted by anil (India), Sep 30, 2010 at 08:34

Keeping apart of all religious partisanship, my academic curiosity is this: Unlike in any other mosques, why muslims circle Ka'abba (Apologies, if I mispelt it) seven times, collect Zam Zam water likeHindus do collect water of Ganges, circle temples and alsso I have seen they wear white "dhothi" cris-cross their body like Brahmins of India do. Also, dhoti was prevelanet only in India and not anywhere else. What's it all about?

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