Brahmakumaris World welfare festival concludes

Brahmakumaris World welfare festival concludes

Speaking on the occasion, she said “without hurting others and without feeling sad will help in maintaining peace.”

She said “one should have knowledge of right and wrong, sin and virtue. If we take a pledge that we will not do any wrong work, then the self-conscience will guide us to move in right direction.”

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.

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

He said “love is like a water. If the water is stagnant, then the water will get spoiled. In the same way, in the name of castes, love will also spoil. Love should not be restricted., Instead it should spread across the world.”

Rajyogi B K Nirvair, General Secretary of the Brahma Kumaris welcomed the guests .A grand musical concert “Ek Shyam Bhagwan Ke Naam,” by Tagore Das, widely acclaimed as the South Indian Mohammed Rafi, was also held.

Dadi Janakiji was felicitated by Mayor Rajani Dugganna. District-in-Charge Minister Krishna Palemar, MP Nalin Kumar Kateel, MLA U T Khader and others were present.