Peace Walk in the Himalayas to fortify Indo-Thai ties

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Peace Walk in the Himalayas to fortify Indo-Thai ties

New Delhi, 24 June; Padh Yatra let by Most Venerable Phrateppariyattisuthi Thongsukas, is now nearing Leh and they will attend the International Conference on “World Peace, 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and Preservation of Cultural Heritage of the Himalayas’’.

People in all the villages have extended a hearty welcome and we appreciate the devoted people of Ladakh for extending such a warm welcome to our peace delegation from Thailand.

The padh yatra of 200 Thai priests and nuns, which started on 25th May from Dharamshala, will finish up at Leh on 26th June. The motivation behind this fourth yearly cushion yatra is to spread the message of world harmony and insurance of Himalayan condition. The harmony walk has effectively secured the greater part path strolling through the Manali, Rohtang Pass, Sarchu course. The walk is relied upon to improve the India and Thailand relations.

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Ven. Bhikkhu Sanghasena, President, Mahabodhi International Meditation Center (MIMC) Leh (Ladakh) stated, “We wholeheartedly welcome each and everybody for the fourth Pad Yatra for ‘World Peace and 3-Day International Conference on World Peace, 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of the Himalayas’. The gathering will be on June 26 – 28.”

Narviay Yadav, General Secretary, Save the Himalayas Foundation (SHF) Chandigarh Chapter, stated, “Individuals from India may join the Peace Walk in the last leg of the yatra at Leh. SHF is an activity to save the genuine beauty of Himalayas and ensure the eco framework. The SHF was established by Ven Sanghasena in 2016 to reestablish the lost effortlessness and glory of the Himalayan locale and to secure the land, nature, societies, and qualities that structure this brilliant piece of Earth.”

The peace walk, a mobile journey, started from Bodh Gaya and through Dharamshala, it entered the Ladakh area, where it will finish up at MIMC Leh. The yatras led so far have assumed a key job in upgrading the conciliatory and religious ties among Thailand and India and this year as the number of members is higher, it will further prompt shared thriving, bliss and triumph for both the countries, which have constantly assumed a fundamental job in advancing harmony and agreement in the locale.

 

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