Our Initiative

  • Peace and Harmony through art, literature and cultural interaction

Mastering any art form is a prayer, sadhana and sanyasa. A true artist endures great agony to sacrifice the self and unite with the art. When art and the artist become one, it gives birth to a divine purity and all who witness this union is purified in the process. Seeing art being performed purifies the mind and flourishes the element of goodness within the individuals and the society. Art destroys the ego and fosters harmony. Art brings about the universal experience that unites people of different faith brings about the universal experience that unites people of di from all walks of life.

  • Reviving Folk Art Form 

Reviving folk art forms of all indigenous groups awakens a brand new culture in society – a culture of mutual respect and acceptance. There will be less chance of intolerance and religious fanaticism

  • Guiding New Generations   

To live in Peace and Happiness
By living in Harmony with

  • Nature
  • Fellow human beings
  • Each one’s Culture and Customs
  • Faith and Festivals
  • Rights and Rituals
  • Unity in Diversity

Baha’i Faith

“Know that God is compassionate towards all; therefore, love all from the depths of your hearts, be ölled with love for every race, and be kind towards the people of all nationalities”. ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, The Promulgation of Universal Peace, p. 453


“Compassion is a mind that savours only mercy and love for all sentient beings”. Nagarjuna, Precious Garland 437


“Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful”. Luke 6:3


“When a person responds to the rejoices and sorrows of others as if they were his own, he has attained the highest state of spiritual union”. Bhagavadgita 6.32


“If you count God’s blessings, you can never number it, surely God is all forgiving, all compassionate”. Qur’an 16:18


“Have benevolence towards all living beings, joy at the sight of the virtuous, compassion and sympathy for the afflicted, and tolerance towards the indolent and ill-behaved”. -Tattvarthasutra 7.11


“The lord is good to all and his compassion is over all that he has made”. Psalm 145:8-9


“The bull of dharma is born of compassion; content of mind holds creation together”. Adi Grant, Japuj


“Turn yourself not away from three best things : Good thought, good words and good deed”. Zoroaster

  • Social Integration Activities 

To create a society free from all religious conflict and tensions To create among youth a sense of discipline, responsibility, respect for other religions, spirit of sacrifice, service and compassion To protect Mother Earth by living a life of harmony with oneself, others and God