d its basic methodology in the light of the Quran. Deputy Ameer of JIH Siddiq Hasan spoke on the relationship between social service and Dawah. Solidarity Youth Movement (SYM) zonal advisory council member Md. Shamim from Kerala presented two separate papers on Hinduism and Post Modern Religiosity. The most attractive and practical program of this workshop was Dawah Squad to local residence. After returning from the field work delegates shared their experiences. SIO Secretary Shahnawaz Ali Raihan delivered two different lectures – one on `Jainism and Buddhism’ and the other on Book review – ‘Even angels asks”. He made very basic discussion on the origin and development of Jainism and Buddhism and their different sects. He mentioned an all over introduction of the Jeffery Lang’s book that are conducive to our Dawah activities. Suhail KK, National President SIO of India gave a thought provoking lecture on ‘Global Islamic Thoughts, new trend, new experiments’. Iqbal Mulla, Dawah Secretary, JIH told about some Dawah institutions, organizations working all over India. Delhi and Haryana President of JIH Md Rafat also participated in this workshop. He told on the flexibilities of Islamic Shariah in a Plural society particularly like India and also drew attention to the view of non-Muslim world about Islam and Muslims. In the end the delegates expressed their feedback about this three days’ workshop and participated in the open session with different questions. The workshop came to an end with the concluding speech of Br. Abdur Rafiq.