World Peace Summit in USA

New York : Padma Shri awardee Sadguru Brahmeshanand Acharya Swamiji, the Peethadhishwar of Shree Datta Padmanabh Peeth, and Acharya Dr. Lokesh Muniji, a Jain spiritual master, addressed the World Peace Summit in New Jersey. Both spiritual leaders spoke about the importance of peace and harmony in the world.

“A prosperous and sustainable future depends on harmony and peace. People are more willing to cooperate and work together when there is peace in the world, which promotes economic development. Poverty, injustice, climate change, and violence are just a few of the issues that threaten peace and harmony but if we come together, we can overcome these obstacles. In addition to addressing the underlying causes of violence, we must also invest in economic and educational growth and safeguard the environment. Additionally, we must foster tolerance across other cultures and beliefs. Harmony and peace are not merely notions. They are necessary for everyone’s future to be better Let’s cooperate to bring about peace” addressed H.H. Sadguruji in the the Summit.

Padma Shri Sudhir Parikhji, the president of Parikh Worldwide Media and ITV Gold, also addressed the gathering. He spoke about the role of media in promoting peace and harmony. Sachin Mandrekar, an IT businessman in New Jersey, Payal Mandrekar, and Advocate Brahmidevi were also present at the event. They expressed their support for the cause of peace and harmony. The World Peace Summit was organized by the Global Peace Initiative of Women. The goal of the summit was to bring together spiritual leaders, business leaders, and community leaders to discuss ways to promote peace and harmony in the world.

The summit was a success, and it generated a lot of positive energy and momentum for the cause of peace. The participants were inspired by the speeches of the spiritual leaders, and they were committed to working together to create a more peaceful world.

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