Children told to spread communal harmony : The Tribune India

Join Whatsapp Channel

Children told to spread communal harmony

MANDI AHMEDGARH: With the aim to sensitise children about causes and consequences of radicalism and casteism, Guru Nanak Sewa Mission launched a movement to spread awareness about religious tenets of various religions.



Mandi Ahmedgarh, April 15

With the aim to sensitise children about causes and consequences of radicalism and casteism, Guru Nanak Sewa Mission launched a movement to spread awareness about religious tenets of various religions.

Maintaining that founders and preachers of all religions taught to adopt principles of communal harmony and universal fraternity, specialists from various sections of society highlighted various facts about origin and background of different religious functions including Ram Navmi, Diwali, Shivratri, Baisakhi, Guruparabs and Eid.

Elaborating on the subject, Darshan Singh Khalsa argued that the tenth guru of Sikhs Guru Gobind Singh laid foundation of Khalsa by inviting five devoted and committed persons from different castes, who offered to give sacrifice. — OC

Top News

No evidence of paper leak in NEET-UG exam, says Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan

No evidence of paper leak in NEET-UG exam, says Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan

Pradhan says allegations of corruption in NTA unfounded, tes...

Water crisis: Delhi government puts blame on Haryana counterpart over tanker mafia

Water crisis: Delhi government blames Haryana for tanker mafia

A Bench led by Justice PK Mishra had on Wednesday pulled up ...

India's mission in touch with Kuwaiti authorities to provide relief to its citizens affected in Mangaf fire

India's mission in touch with Kuwaiti authorities to provide relief to its citizens affected in Mangaf fire

The fire started in a kitchen of the 7-storey building housi...


Cities

View All