Religion: Sons of Delhi

Delhi, India, was the ancient capital of the Mogul Empire. Once the glittering bazaars along its Chandni Chauk (silver street) made it the richest thoroughfare in the world. Nearby still loom the three domes of the Jamma Musjid or Great Mosque, a fabulous and mighty shrine.

Delhi, in southeastern New York, contains some 2,000 souls, is known as "The Village Beautiful" and its main street is concreted and curbed. It has six churches, and last week many of its churchgoers were proud. Reason: in one week two upright sons of Delhi had become newsworthy...

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