Gurugram: The Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti organization founded by peace ambassador Jainacharya Dr Lokeshji will establish India’s first World Peace Center in Gurugram, Haryana.
For this, the Haryana government has allotted a plot adjacent to Delhi-Jaipur Highway. According to Dr Lokeshji, the organization would soon start construction of the World Peace Center (WPC) on this plot.
The Indian emissary who was in Delhi recently met Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar and thanked his government, saying that the ‘World Peace Center’ will work for the establishment of peace and harmony in the world.
He further said that Peace Education programs, prepared with the coordination of ancient knowledge and modern science, would be conducted for everyone such as students, teachers, youth, women, doctors, engineers, lawyers, traders, farmers, etc.
He informed that while the Education Department is working in the field of physical and intellectual development, the World Peace Center will be dedicated to the mental, emotional, and character development of the people.
Dr Lokeshji said that ‘World Peace Center’ will be a major world-class center for personality building, where various dimensions such as personality development of youth, empowerment of women, and sanskaar (values) development in children through meditation, yoga, Indian culture, and Jain lifestyle-based scientific programs, will be conducted.
The Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti had got the plot by depositing the entire amount in the government treasury, on which the construction work of about 25000 square feet will be completed in two years.
Senior BJP leader Shyam Jaju, who was present on occasion, said that the allotment of a plot by the Haryana government to the Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti Organization is an honor for the humanitarian programs of the organization, which has encouraged lakhs of workers spread across the country and the world. On this occasion, Jaideep Arya, Chairman, Haryana Yoga Commission, and newly elected MLA of BJP in Uttar Pradesh Dr Niraj Bora, were also present.