A Burmese-style mosque with an elaborately carved minaret in Amarapura during the Konbaung dynasty.
Yangon, the capital of Myanmar is famous for its nasi briyani. The city has a very, very big Muslim population, in fact the entire country of Myanmar has a big percentages of a Muslim community. You can get mutton, chicken and lamb briyani...but you can never find beef bryani anywhere in the country or the capital!!
Why?! Well, the Muslim community decided in reverence and respect of the Buddhist majority in Myanmar no beef is allowed. Yet no Muslim complaint, it is a case of c'est la vie, or such is life!!
Here in this country, we sometime take religious sensitivity for granted. If only we respect each other's belief we will go a long way. Pushing to the limit of each others religious norms, constraints and mores can only spelled disaster.
We are not asking for pork not to be sold in a Muslim majority country like Malaysia, or to not serve beef anywhere in consideration of other religious habit, but just to be patient with each others foible!