Cycle rally to spread peace

The grand finale of the Brahmakumaris Shantidoot youth cycle rally was commemorated here in Anna Nagar on Sunday, 21 days after it was flagged off on September 13.

Published: 07th October 2013 08:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th October 2013 08:35 AM   |  A+A-

The grand finale of the Brahmakumaris Shantidoot youth cycle rally was commemorated here in Anna Nagar on Sunday, 21 days after it was flagged off on September 13.

Former election commissioner Naresh Gupta and M Rajaram, Secretary to Government, Tamil Nadu Development and Information department presided over the meeting. S Gokula Indira, MLA from Anna Nagar constituency gave a special address and congratulated all the Brahmakumaris on this special occasion. The ward councillors from Anna Nagar constituency were also present.

Brahmakumaris is a spiritual organisation committed to self transformation through meditation and positive thinking. Every 5 to 6 years they organise a campaign to promote peace. This year a cycle rally was flagged of by the governor, K Rosaiah from Raj Bhavan. Messengers of peace travelled 875 kilometers through villages and towns in Tamil Nadu, conducting meetings and serving the people. Brahmakumaris in other states in the country have also taken up similar rallys. An all India  grand finale is to take place at Hyderabad on November 8.

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