All Religion Unity March By Students, Teachers, and Parents

All Religion Unity March

Students, teachers, and parents of City Montessori School, Asharfabad campus took out an All Religion Unity March led by leaders of various religions appealing for social harmony through unity in the community and gave the message of mutual trust and unity among various social and religious communities.

Shri Madhu Smita Das from Hinduism, Shri Sufiyan Nizami and Maulana Dr. Kalbe Sibtain (Noorie) from Islam, Shri Harpal Singh Jaggi from Sikhism and Bhikshu Gyanlok from Buddhism led the huge march on the streets of Asharfabad, giving the message of cooperation, peace, and harmony.

Participation of a large number of mothers of CMS students was a special thing about the march. Earlier, CMS Founder Dr. Jagdish Gandhi along with the eminent religious leaders of different faiths lighted the lamp of unity and communal harmony to inaugurate the event.

Speaking on the occasion, representative of Hinduism, Shri Madhu Smita Das said that this initiative by CMS students should be emulated by society. Representative of Islam, Shri Sufiyan Nizami said that it is difficult to find another example of the voice for social unity and harmony raised by the students and parents of CMS.

Other representatives of Islam, Maulana Dr. Kalbe Sibtain (Noorie) said that Dr. Jagdish Gandhi has devoted his entire life to making the future of children bright and re-build a peaceful, united and sustainable society, in the true sense, Dr. Gandhi deserves national recognition like Padma Vibhushan. Representative of Sikhism, Shri Harpal Singh Jaggi said that the religion of humanity is the only eternal truth. Representative of Buddhism, Bhikshu Gyanlok said that we cannot imagine world unity or even unity in society without unity of religions.

Flagging off the all religion unity march, CMS Founder Dr. Jagdish Gandhi said that children need to be taught religious unity and world unity from childhood for social progress and upliftment. CMS President & Managing Director, Prof Geeta Gandhi Kingdon said that CMS students are determined to revive the ailing society. Mrs. Trapti Dwivedi, Principal of CMS Asharfabad campus delivered the vote of thanks to all the eminent guests, parents, and teachers.

CMS Chief Public Relations Officer, Shri Hari Om Sharma informed that this march by CMS students was organized as a part of the Interfaith Harmony conference being organized by CMS Asharfabad Campus. The Interfaith conference will be organized online on 2nd and 3rd February wherein eminent thinkers, philosophers, and scholars from Russia, Brazil, the USA, Egypt, Germany, and India will discuss the importance of social unity, religious unity, and religious harmony.

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