(INDIANA STATEHOUSE) - Hoosiers from several religious backgrounds come together to celebrate their differences.
The "Friendship Luncheon" at the Indiana Statehouse Thursday is the first in a series of cultural gatherings to foster an understanding and appreciation of the various religious communities in the state.
The initial program featured the Hoosier Sikh Community; the fifth largest faith in the world with about 30 million followers.
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