Religious Leaders Look Forward to Peace Conference in Ajmer Next Week

Ajmer’s Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisty educational and charitable trust is all set to organise the first peace conference in the city on March 5.

Ajmer’s Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisty educational and charitable trust is all set to organise the first peace conference in the city on March 5.

Ajmer’s Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chisty educational and charitable trust is all set to organize the first peace conference in the city on March 5. To gain coverage for this noble cause, all religious leaders around the country will assemble at venue to promote religious harmony, peace and nationalism in the country. Among the major shrines participating in the country are Dargah Maner Sharif of Bihar and Dargah Nizamuddin Aulia of Delhi.

The charitable trust of Ajmer has invited religious leaders and speakers to debate on the significance of spiritual leaders in promoting spiritual insights and tolerance in the individuals. They’re expected to discuss on key issues like diversity, nationalism, human rights and religious harmony among the youth. On a positive note, the conference will include all religious communities, including the Hindu saints to promote free exchange of ideas.

The conference at ajmer Sharif Dargah will aim to accomplish the difficult task of national peace, brotherhood and religious harmony.

The conference at ajmer Sharif Dargah will aim to accomplish the difficult task of national peace, brotherhood and religious harmony.

According to Ajmer trust secretary Naseruddin Chisty, religious people play an important role in promoting economic equality, empowering society and uplifting the status of women and the poor in country. People all over the world zealously follow their ideas and try to adopt them in everyday life. Therefore, the conference will aim to accomplish the difficult task of national peace.

Rumours state that the recent attack on Pakistan’s shrine that resulted in 70 deaths will also be discussed at the conference. That’s not all. Over the years, the extremist groups have targeted shrines, Sufi traditions and pilgrim hot spots in various countries. The dargah of Ajmer was a victim to terrorist attacks, as well.

Through this conference, all leaders will come together to preach the message of humanity and unity. They’ll attempt to prevent religious extremism so that it doesn’t produce terrorist groups in future. The idea is to target religious fanaticism that ultimately leads to hostility and extremism.

In this regard, all spiritual leaders will ask their respective communities to boycott anti-national elements and anti-religion groups that give way to terrorism and crimes in society. They’re hopeful that this idea will encourage their followers to live in harmony.

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