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TSMESA and AIMC hold interfaith cultural meet to promote communal harmony

With an aim to spread communal harmony among the people from different faiths, an interfaith cultural programme was jointly organised by the Telangana State Minority Employees Service Association (TSMESA) and All India Milli Council (AIMC) on the occasion of International Day of Peace at SVR Function Hall, Nalgonda.

The programme convener honorary President Telangana State Minority Employees Service Association (TSMESA) Dr.A.A.Khan and President Engineer Muhammed Abdul Azeez welcome the dignitaries.

Reminding that the humans all over the globe are like separate organs of a single body and are descendants of the Adam and Eve, Moulana Shah Syed Ehsaanuddin Rashadi Qasmi, Principal, Dar-ul-Uloom, Nalgonda said, “People should live life respecting the rights and values of each other. This will help build a strong and thriving society wherein people from all the religions live with  peace and cultural harmony.”

Highlighting the importance of mind control and art of winning hearts, R.K.Vedantam, the Organizer Sameeri Panchaanana Divya Peetam said “Whoever has patience and mind power will live life with peace and tranquility. Instead of hurting people with a weapon, you can win their hearts with a simple smile on your face and by presenting them flowers. For this, you need courage more than one needs to harm the people. Only the control over the mind and peace in the heart leads people to the right direction.”

Revenue Divisional Officer Jagannaadaa Rao graced the occasion as Chief Guest while Echuri Bhaskar Managing Director IBC Net Work Private Limited participated as Guest of Honour. Besides, special invitees Qaazi Muhammed Ikram Ullah Qazi,  Nafeesuddin Ahmed State Secretary and District In-charge TSMESA were also present.

All the dignitaries  have been felicitated with bouquets and shaals and were conferred with commendation certificates.

The programme begins with Qirat by Qaari Mohd Nizamuddin, Shanti Mantram by RK Vedantam, Prayer by Fr.Alexander and Jaap by Darshan Singh Lohia.