“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” - Mother Teresa
We know that World Interfaith Harmony Week (WIHW) is an annual event to be observed during the first week of February, starting in 2011.
As we do every year, Palki Peace Cooperation Circle has celebrated WIHW. The main focus was to enhance mutual understanding, harmony, and cooperation among different religious people. I believe that it is very necessary to address local issues with real work, which will help the people and create a direct impact on society.
“We are feeling blessed by feeding near about 7000 people.”
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In this auspicious week, Palki Peace Cooperation Circle celebrated World Interfaith Harmony Week with prayers and resolutions for peace. We lit candles with a midday meal of Hotchpotch, potato curry, chutney, and sweets for destitute people irrespective of their caste, creed, color, or religion. We are feeling blessed by feeding near about 7000 people.
"We feel very satisfied that, this year, we were able to distribute 150 blankets and clothes"
Our goal is to establish PEACE among different people of various ages and religions. We feel very satisfied that, this year, we were able to distribute blankets and clothes (150 pieces) among the street children and destitute of various religions.
The World Interfaith Harmony Week always gives us an opportunity to fulfill our desires at the grassroots level with this noble work. The event was started at 10:30 a.m. and continued through 5 p.m. (IST).
Palki Peace Cooperation Circle
Youth Program Coordinator
URI East India
See more URI World Interfaith Harmony Week 2018 celebrations here.