ITANAGAR, Oct 22: The 200th birth anniversary of Baha’u’llah, the founder of the Baha’i Faith was celebrated at Vivekananda Hall, RKM Hospital on Sunday.
Attending the celebration, Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner, Prince Dhawan said that Bahá’u’lláh was one of the youngest prophets of the world who changed the course of humanity.
As “Our faiths and beliefs define us,” Dhawan said that his message was universal and from exclusiveness to inclusiveness. His message of equality has a new found meaning for uniting humanity, he added.
“Common purposes, like ensuring quality education, keeping capital clean, helping four-lane building for greater development, alone could unite us”, he said while disapproving unsocial ways of registering opposition.
He also gave a clarion call to all living in Arunachal to stand united for state’s all-round progress” Dhawan said .
Senior Journalist Pradeep Kumar said, if blood unites the humanity, Bahá’u’lláh’s presence is visible in Arunachal, or else Arunachal Vivekananda Yuva Shakti volunteers would not have succeeded in facilitating voluntary collection of 1,80,000 unit of blood to save life.
Highlighting the philosophy of the noble soul, Arunachal Spiritual Assembly of Bahais chairman Chhabi Nayak said that the great soul endeavoured for peace and tranquility of global humanity believing that all are flowers are of the same garden and the earth is but one country and mankind its citizen.
The message of Universal House of Justice, set up in 1963, was read out by Bijay Kumar Thakur.
Senior Journalist Pradeep Kumar said, “If blood unites the humanity, Bahá’u’lláh’s presence is visible in Arunachal, or else Arunachal Vivekananda Yuva Shakti volunteers would not have succeeded in facilitating voluntary collection of 1,80,000 unit of blood to save lives.”
People from all walks of life including educationists and students from various institutions of Capital Complex including RGU, senior bankers, NGO and religious representatives took part in the celebration. (DIPRO)