Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Retd) B D Mishra on Thursday initiated the one-day worldwide online class on Hiroshima Day for harmony from the Gandhian viewpoint.
Members from four landmasses participated in the online class sorted out by Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) at Doimukh as a feature of the two-year festivity of the 150th birth commemoration of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, prevalently tended to as Mahatma.
In his debut address, the Governor said harmony is the principal right of every individual.
He said the young people of the world must be raised, prepared and imparted with the mantra of harmony.
“Their first exercise, similar to those in old India Gurukuls, must be harmony and altruism in a quiet domain, tranquil music and serene air advances pleasure and joy,” he said.
Reviewing the pulverization of atomic bombs in the Second World War, he said nuclear weapons are hostile to human.
“Presently, it is the obligation of each person on this planet to guarantee that such disasters are not rehashed,” he stated, engaging the members of the online class from the USA, Japan, Germany and South Africa to put forth a veritable attempt towards worldwide harmony.
Alerted the individuals against nations with expansionist attitude, he said that harmony is the unpreventable essential for advancement and progress.
Helping all the commitments to remember India since the Vedic time frame to the 21st century, the lead representative said that India has consistently exhibited and advanced harmony, success and altruism against the individuals of the world.
“May powers promising come to us from each side, never deluded, unhindered, and triumphant. That the Gods ever might be with us for our benefit, our gatekeepers step by step constant in their consideration,” he said citing a shloka from Rigveda.
The Governor accentuated that it is the obligation of the current age to guarantee that the cutting edge develops to cherish harmony.
RGU bad habit chancellor Saket Kushwaha featured the significance of harmony and peacefulness in the current world situation.
Clayborne Carson, Director of the Martin Luther King Jr. Training and Research Institute at Stanford University, USA conveyed the keynote address.
B Nayak, Miazi Hazam and Doyir Ete of RGU likewise talked during the debut meeting.