To the question how non-Hindus could take part in Ramadhun Gandhiji replied:
within myself when someone objects that Rama or the chanting of Ramanama is for
Hindus only, how can Mussulmans, therefore, take part in it? Is there one God
for the Mussulmans and another for the Hindus, Parsis, or Christians? No, there
is only one omnipotent, and omnipresent God. He is named variously and we
remember Him by the name which is most familiar to us.
the Rama of our prayers, is not the historical Rama, the son of Dasharatha — the
King of Ayodhya. He is the eternal, the unborn, the one without a second. Him
alone I worship, His aid alone I seek, and so should you.1 He belongs
equally to all. I, therefore, see no reason why a Mussulman or anybody should
object to taking his name. But he is in no way bound to recognize God as Rama.
He may utter to himself Allah or Khuda so as not to mar the harmony of the