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Monday, 26 April 2010 09:02

Peace and Happiness lie in Moral Values: Dadi Jankiji

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Mangalore, Apr 26: Mahatapaswini Rajyogini Dadi Jankiji, Chief of the Brahma Kumaris launched “God’s Plan for Golden Age” at the Grand Finale of World Welfare Festival of Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidhyalaya held at the TMA Pai International Convention Centre on Sunday, April 25.

Speaking on the occasion Dadi said that the event is a divine plan to unite all people under one roof.

Urging the audience to adopt moral principles and to reveal their identity as children of God, she said that peace and happiness lie in moral values.

Delivering the benedictory speech, Vishvesha Teertha Swamiji of Pejawar Mutt said that the spiritual world presents a number of variations; however, all spiritual people aim to maintain peace, love, faith in God, and desire for world welfare.

Rajyogi BK Nirvair, General Secretary of the Brahma Kumaris welcomed the guests and delivered introductory address. He said that one must spread the light of God’s love and wisdom.

On the same occasion, a grand musical event, “Ek Shyam Bhagwan Ke Naam,” by Tagore Das, widely acclaimed as the South Indian Mohammed Rafi, was also held.

Nalin Kumar Kateel, MP, Krishna J Palemar, District-in-charge Minister, Rajani Dugganna, Mayor and MLAs UT Khader, Yogesh Bhat, were among those present.






Like [0]Dislike [0] #1 , RE: Peace and Happiness lie in Moral Values: Dadi Jankiji2010-04-26
Mr.U T Khadar has time to attend this function but couldnt attend for Nandavara conference,by giving the reason Ramanath Rai stopped him from attending.

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