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All-religion meet calls for peace

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GUWAHATI, Sept 27 - The Guwahati chapter of Anuvrat Mahasamiti organised an all-religion meet at Dharapur on Monday in presence of Acharyashri Mahashraman of Jain Swetambar Terapanth sect.

Acharyashri is currently camping at Dharapur along with 95 monks and nuns to observe Chaturmas (four-month stay).

The meet was attended by religious heads of various sects including Rev Fr John Moolacheri, Bhai Ranjit Singh of Sikh Temple and Mukti Abdul Aziz, Imam of Machkhowa Pucca Masjid.

All the religious gurus thanked the Anuvrat Samiti for organising the meet and expressed their gratitude to Acharyashri for it.

Messages conveyed by the religious gurus were clear � respect each other, paths are different but the goal is one, places of worship may be of different shapes and sizes and worship may be performed differently but the ultimate goal is union with God and people should have brotherly feelings towards each other.

Jainacharya Mahashraman emphasised the importance of ahimsa (non-violence) and explained the three main purposes of his Ahimsa Yatra, which had started from Red Fort in 2014 and is now in Assam after covering various states, besides Nepal and Bhutan.

He also explained that Anuvrat is a code of conduct for creating a better society and that it is non-religious in character and non-sectarian. �Anyone, whether he is a Christian or a Sikh or a Muslim or a Hindu can join the movement and contribute his knowledge for spreading its message,� he observed.

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All-religion meet calls for peace

GUWAHATI, Sept 27 - The Guwahati chapter of Anuvrat Mahasamiti organised an all-religion meet at Dharapur on Monday in presence of Acharyashri Mahashraman of Jain Swetambar Terapanth sect.

Acharyashri is currently camping at Dharapur along with 95 monks and nuns to observe Chaturmas (four-month stay).

The meet was attended by religious heads of various sects including Rev Fr John Moolacheri, Bhai Ranjit Singh of Sikh Temple and Mukti Abdul Aziz, Imam of Machkhowa Pucca Masjid.

All the religious gurus thanked the Anuvrat Samiti for organising the meet and expressed their gratitude to Acharyashri for it.

Messages conveyed by the religious gurus were clear � respect each other, paths are different but the goal is one, places of worship may be of different shapes and sizes and worship may be performed differently but the ultimate goal is union with God and people should have brotherly feelings towards each other.

Jainacharya Mahashraman emphasised the importance of ahimsa (non-violence) and explained the three main purposes of his Ahimsa Yatra, which had started from Red Fort in 2014 and is now in Assam after covering various states, besides Nepal and Bhutan.

He also explained that Anuvrat is a code of conduct for creating a better society and that it is non-religious in character and non-sectarian. �Anyone, whether he is a Christian or a Sikh or a Muslim or a Hindu can join the movement and contribute his knowledge for spreading its message,� he observed.

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