‘World Peace Puja’ to be performed in ThailandPosted 2 years ago by Adarsha Devkota
The ‘World Peace Puja’ is scheduled to take place in Thailand on September 8-9 with the objective of building a peaceful and prosperous world society.
The Puja to be conducted wishing for world peace by minimising increasing chaos, greed, violence, violation of human rights and enmity among people around the world, said the organising World Buddhist Religious Association. The venue for the religious event is a Buddhist temple in Khlong Luang District, Pathum Thani Province north of Bangkok.
A 28-member team led by Aani Bhim Subba Gurung, Chairperson of the Association, has left for Thailand to attend the event expecting to see the participation of approximately hundreds of Buddhist followers from various countries of the world. The team will return home to Nepal on September 12.
The Association is planning to build a peace pillar in Nepal following such Puja to be held in other 20 countries in the next two years.
A working paper on Buddha tradition and tourism will be presented in the event, said General Secretary of the Association Ram Sharan Poudel.
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