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NPP celebrates 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev

Jammu, November 12 | 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev ji was celebrated with great pomp and show at several places including capital city of New Delhi, Srinagar, Jammu, Jaipur, Kanyakumari, Chandigarh and other places by National Panthers Party which released a common message to all the countrymen as well as to all the persons all over the world to observe and follow the message of humanity, brotherhood, equality and oneness to all the people of the world particularly those still involved in conflicts and exercising power of the guns in different parts of the globe so that the sense of humanity and peace shall flow to each corner of the world with a clear message that Guru Nanak Dev gave 500 years’ back. Today world is torn with conflicts, hatred, self-interests and for political gains least caring for the well being of the neighbours.

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of J&K National Panthers Party, Sr. Executive Member of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) & former Legislator of J&K Assembly in his message to all in the North, South, East and West and living in the Himalayan region said that the contributions made by saints, philosophers, prophets all over the world to live in peace and practice tolerance at all stages as violence, guns or hatred are no solution to grow the human society any part or anywhere in the world. He said that the teachings/practices and lessons for good of humanity left by Guru Nanak Dev ji give us all a clear message to live and grow as a human being for the good of all—the message for all human being for the welfare of humanity all over the globe.

He also appealed all the governments in India and the rest of the world to introduce school books which carry the teachings with the message that Guru Nanak Dev ji had left for the welfare of humanity. He also said that message of human love, tolerance and oneness of all the great men/saints/prophets should be included in the syllabus of the school textbooks under the proper notification of UNESCO (United Nations).

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