Wednesday, 3 October 2018

World peace dome to bring in Humanity: Naidu


2/10/2018

PUNE: MIT World Peace University and MIT-ADT University jointly organised the Four day World Parliament of Science, Religion and Philosophy which was inaugurated today at the Loni Kalbhor campus near Pune. The conclave began on the 150th anniversary of Late Mahatma Gandhi and will get over on October 5, 2018.

The Vice President of India was the chief guest on the occasion while Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was the guest of honour. Curtain unveiling of world peace dome and ribbon cutting was performed at the hands of Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu.

Other dignitaries present on the dais were Dr Raghunath Mashelkar, Dr Vijay Bhatkar, Mayor Mukta Tilak, Prof Dr Vishwanath D. Karad, Founder President of MIT-WPU, Rahul Karad, Executive President of MIT-WPU and Prof Mangesh Karad, Executive President of MIT ADT University.

Describing the dome as another wonder of the world, Naidu said, “The World Peace Dome is not only the biggest in history but is the biggest idea as well. It is the idea of restricting the world turning into a tomb. Even after conquering the whole world, the only thing a man yearn is the peace of mind.”

Appreciating the initiative taken by Prof Dr Vishwanath Karad for bringing the whole world together for a good cause of Peace and Humanity, Naidu said, “This day is historic and I respect the cause and work done by Prof Dr Vishwanath Karad. India has always welcomed all religions, and he is proving it by his work. Prof Dr  Vishwanath Karad had seen this vision in 2005 for World Peace and he is still working in this direction. I would like to say, all students and people of the nation must visit this dome and the library which has millions of books.”

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said, “This dome is the greatest contribution in the history of the world. The world is changing and so is India which is taking strides to bring harmony and peace in world. Saint Dnyaneshwar lived for a very short span of life but he contributed his whole life for eace and the harmony in the world. Saint Dyaneshwar always believed that it is the evil elements in humans must cease to exist. Today the people gathered here are an inspiration to the world for the humanity and peace.”

Dr. Vishwanath Karad said, “World lacks the peace of mind when everything is available at one click in 21st century. This dome includes 54 statues of philosophers, saint, and scientists. No crane machines were used to build this dome. Statue of God Ram in the center of the statues giving the message of vishva shanti and humanity.”

The four days long World Parliament will witness the presence of many political leaders, global scientists, Nobel laureates, philosophers, saints, educationists, and social workers.

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