8th Edition of World Parliament of Science, Religion and Philosophy to commence from 3rd April

Pune: MAEER’s MIT World Peace University, Pune and MIT Art, Design & Technology, Rajbagh, Pune, have collaboratively organized Public Dedication ceremony of the world’s biggest Peace Dome, a symbol of human life, recognized as the spirituality oriented scientific laboratory showing the pathway of happiness, contentment and peace to the world and a monument symbolizing the global Indian culture “Shrimad Bhagvadgita Dnyanbhavan” and

commencement of distribution of 1.25 lakh copies of the great book

Shrimad Bhagavad Gita to the students across India of the great ‘Book of Life For The Entire Humanity’ Shrimad Bhagavad Gita to the students across India on Sunday 3rd April 2022 at Rajbagh, Loni-Kalbhor, Pune. The ceremony will commence at 9.15 am.

 

On this occasion, the 3-day 8th World Parliament of Science, Religion and Philosophy will also be inaugurated. This Parliament is based on the unification of science, religion and philosophy for the wellbeing of mankind.

 

Hon’ble Union Road Transport Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari will be the chief guest at the function. The event will be presided over by the Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra, Shri Bhagat Singh Koshyari. The world famous computer scientist Padma Bhushan Dr. Vijay Bhatkar will be present as the Guest of honor.

 

Prof. Dr. Vishwanath D. Karad commented, Maharashtra is known as the ‘Land of Saints’. We all are so fortunate that Shri Kshetra Alandi, Shri Kshetra Dehu and the entire Pune region is blessed with the devine presence of the philosopher, saint Shri Dnyaneshwar Mauli and philosopher saint Shri Tukaram Maharaj is recognized as “Pilgrimage Of Knowledge Divine”. Indian culture and knowledge can be seen in the entire area of Vishwarajbagh, Pune. Here we not only have world class educational institutions but also the Vishwashanti Sangit Kala Academy which was presided over by the late Bharatratna Shrimati Lata Mangeshkar ji. We also have Raj Kapoor Memorial which depicts the golden era of Indian Cinema. There are Aashram of 18 Rishis and Dnyanyadnyakunda and many other such institutes.

 

Philosopher Sant Shri Dnyaneshwar – Shri Tukaram World Peace Prayer Hall is the marvelous Spiritually oriented Scientific Laboratory and is one of the finest structures in the world dedicated to world peace, tolerance and humanity, with magnificent statues of the greatest saints, scientists and philosophers known to human history. The dome is 160 feet in diameter and 263 feet in height. It has 24 columns. It is certified as the largest dome in the world by the Book of Records in London.

 

In the 19th century, Swami Vivekananda, the great son of India, prophesied that a combination of science and spirituality would bring peace to the world. Swamiji had further said that in the 21st century, Bharatmata (India) will be recognised as the knowledge corridor of the world and in the form of ‘Vishwaguru’ it will show the path way of happiness, contentment and peace to the whole world. It is the responsibility of all of us to make this prediction of Swamiji come true and this Vastu has been created by our institution as a step in that direction.

 

The Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra ji Modi had recently stated that, ‘I have nothing more valuable to give and the world has nothing more valuable to get than the Shrimad Bhagavad Gita.’ In response to this statement of our Hon’ble Prime Minister, our institution has decided to distribute about 1.25 lakh copies of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita to students across India and it will be commenced on this day.

 

The closing ceremony of the 8th World Parliament will be held on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 at 4.30 pm. The Hon’ble Governor of Kerala Shri Arif Mohammad Khan will be the Chief Guest.

 

In addition to the opening and closing ceremonies of the three-day Eighth World Parliament, there will be 10 sessions. The following topics will be discussed in it.

 

First session: Mind, Matter, Spirit and Consciousness
Second session: Divya Ashirwad ceremony – All the religious books in the world are the real books of life.
Third session: Om (ॐ) → E = MC2
Fourth session: The biggest gift from India to the world is Om (ॐ) and Patanjali Yog Sutra
Fifth session: A combination of science and spirituality would bring peace to the world.
Sixth session: Student session: Tattvadnya Sant Shri Dnyaneshwar Vishwashanti Ghumat – Scientific Laboratory of Spiritual Science for world peace.
Seventh session: India’s journey from Vedic to Modern Era – The basis of global value-based education
Eighth session: The role of India as ‘Vishwaguru’ to promote peace civilization in 21st century.
Ninth session: Vedic Science and Modern Science: Insights, integration and coordination
Tenth session: Universities play an important role in building a peaceful society through spiritually scientific research and innovation.

In this World Parliament thinker and scholar of Islam religion, Maulana Dr. Syed Kalbe Rashid Rizvi, Sant Baba Balwinder Singh Ji, Dr. Lari Azad, well known Neuro Surgeon Dr. Deepak Ranade, former Chairman of University Grants Commission Dr. Bhushan Patwardhan, Prof. Atul Bhai Kothari, Ms. Narayani Ganesh, Dr. H. R. Nagendra, Prof. Srinivas Varkhedi, Jain Acharya Dr. Lokesh ji, Brahmashti Pujya Sadguru Sri Sri Riteshwarji Maharaj, Dr. B. Ramaswami Swami, Mahant Yogi Amarnath, Dr. Yogendra Mishra, Dr. Swami Dnyanvatsal, Shri Vivek Sawant, Prof. Dr. Priyankar Upadhyay and Vice-Chancellors, Directors, Thinkers, Scholars, Philosophers, Scientists, Theologians etc. will participate and present their views.

 

In addition, from April 3, 2022, the world’s largest world Peace Dome will be opened to the public, and a light and sound show describing the precinct will be run there every evening. We think this will be one of the major attractions.

 

In a press conference, this information was given by Prof. Dr. Vishwanath D Karad, Founder President of MIT World Peace University, Rahul Vishwanath Karad, Executive President, Prof. Dr. Mangesh T Karad, Executive President of MIT ADT University, Prof. Dr. Milind Pandey, Vice Chancellor of MIT WPU and Dr. Sanjay Upadhye, Advisor.

 

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