“India Is The Mother Of Spirituality And Democracy: Droupadi Murmu

“India Is The Mother Of Spirituality And Democracy: Droupadi Murmu

Spiritual Gurus dwelled on ideas of inner peace, togetherness and global harmony

Hyderabad: The President of India, Droupadi Murmu, graced the Global Spirituality Mahotsav at Kanha Shanti Vanam today. This four-day summit, organized jointly by the Ministry of Culture and Heartfulness, is a unique gathering of spiritual leaders from diverse faiths, united under the theme of “Inner Peace to World Peace.” The aim is to foster interfaith dialogue and encourage people from all walks of life to integrate spirituality into their daily lives. Speaking on the occasion, she affirmed that India is the mother of spirituality and democracy

During the summit, the anthem song titled “Inner Peace to World Peace” was launched. Accompanied by Ms. Uma Nanduri, Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Culture, the President toured the exhibition stalls, acknowledging the legacy of the Heartfulness mission.

“India Is The Mother Of Spirituality And Democracy: Droupadi Murmu

In her address, the Hon’ble President highlighted India’s rich spiritual heritage and the role of spiritual leaders in promoting harmony and compassion. She commended Daaji for expanding the Heartfulness movement globally and praised the collaboration between the Ministry of Culture and Heartfulness for organizing the Mahotsav.

Rev. Daaji, the Guide of Heartfulness, emphasized the importance of unity in these times to prevent conflicts, stressing that meditation and higher consciousness are crucial for achieving this understanding.

Panel discussions on “Inner Peace to World Peace” and “Spirituality in Daily Lives” featured insights from notable figures from various spiritual traditions. Additionally, Upasana Kamineni Konidela shared her perspective as a representative of aspirational youth and women entrepreneurs.

The summit also featured cultural programs, exhibitions on India’s spiritual history, and immersive experiences to engage attendees in spiritual practices. Notable organizations, including the Ramakrishna Mission and The Art of Living Foundation, collaborated for the event.

Day 2 of the summit continued with panel discussions, cultural programs, and immersive experiences, including musical performances reflecting spiritual themes by renowned artists such as Leslie Lewis and Sadhana Sargam.