Setting an example of inter community goodwill, intricate in the social fabric of India, Muslims of Chotu Athiabari village, District Darrang, Guwahati, Assam, voluntarily donated their pieces of their land for the expansion of the ‘Vishnu temple’. Hindus and Muslims of the village living in harmony/brotherhood since long, celebrate Eid, Bihu, Holi, etc. collectively, besides helping one another in needs. Villagers organized a meeting to discuss the expansion plan of the ‘Vishnu Mandir’ to accommodate the devotees. The land abutting the temple belonged to Muslims (3) who donated their plots of land (1 bigha, 1katha/Miyadi patta) stating that it was omniscient God’s work beyond religious boundaries, besides an initiative of brotherly equations between the two communities.