India is a kaleidoscopic society; it has embraced diversity at every step of its formative history. Be it religions, customs, languages, food, art or any other variability, the society has metamorphosed itself maintaining great deal of balance and harmony among its subjects. Establishing this fact, a Muslim man from Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly district is pulling out all stops to revive the age-old temple that has severely destroyed with time. In 1857, a temple of Lord Krishna, 'Mohan Mandir' was built in the Patti village located in the Senthal nagar Panchayat of Bareilly district. Its foundation was laid by Mir Mohammad Zafar, the younger son of the then Nawab of Senthal, Galib Ali. Carrying a huge historical significance, today this temple has completely demolished with only small structure left on the place. So, in order to bring its pervious glory back and get it reconstructed, a Muslim man, Urfi Raza Zaidi who belongs to the same village is making all his efforts for its revival, presenting a big example of communal harmony.