Indian Muslims react to Greek Orthodox Chant: "Today I've seen God, I'll listen to it forever"

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Indian Muslims reacting to a Greek Orthodox prayer were spiritually moved by the Agni Parthene (Αγνή Παρθένε) chant.

The popular Common Man Show YouTube channel, with over 20 million views, records the reactions of Indian Villagers and Tribal People trying new food, new songs and other interesting tasks.

In this particular episode, four Indian Muslims are heart warmed and moved by listening to Agni Parthene.

See their reactions:

Agni Parthene, rendered "O Virgin Pure" or "O Pure Virgin", is a Greek Marian hymn composed by St. Nectarios of Aegina in the late 19th century, first published in print in his Theotokarion (Θεοτοκάριον, ἤτοι προσευχητάριον μικρόν) in 1905.

In Orthodox churches, it is considered paraliturgical, and therefore only to be used outside of liturgical services.

However, it is often performed by some choirs as a recessional after the conclusion of the Divine Liturgy during the veneration of the cross and receiving of antidoron.

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