Blossom Media organized a humanity first conclave for a positive dialogue between various religions. The event saw the participation of various religious heads and delegates. US Consul General in Mumbai, Edgard D Kagan also participated in the conclave.
‘Humanity First conclave’ with the aim of promoting the spirit of interfaith harmony and a peaceful co-existence was hosted by Blossom Media at Worli, Mumbai. Over 300 eminent people of the city attended the event.
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Edgard D Kagan was guest of honour. In his speech, Mr. Kagan said all religion teaches compassion for the fellow human. He emphasized on the importance of loving neighbors by giving references of various religious scriptures. Coffee table book featuring works of people working on interfaith in real life was released by Edgard d Kagan.
The religious leaders participating in the panel were Moulana Siddiqullah Chowdhary, President- Jamiate Ulema-e-Hind, West Bengal and Minister in Govt. of West Bengal, Giani Jaspreet Singh- Head Granthi Gurdwara Sri Guru Nanak Singh Sahib, Father Hanry Vaz – Rector Cathedral, deputed by Archbishop Bombay, Oswald Cardinal Gracia, Yezdi Panthaki a Zoroastrian Priest, Dr. Bhadant Rahul Bodhi – Head United Buddhist Mission and Maulana Abu Zafar Hassan Nadvi Azhari, all spiritual leaders spoke on the way forward for peaceful coexistence through interfaith dialogue and harmony.
One of the prominent business figure, Dr. Huzaifa khorakiwala, Inspector Qaisar Khalid, Atul Agarwal Chairman MCHI – CREDAI and Atika presented their thoughts and poetry on celebrating interfaith harmony.
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People working for society and harmony were honored with Mumbai Heroes award in the conclave. Many leading NGOs from Mumbai associated with Blossom Media in spreading the message of peace and harmony.
The highlight of the program was multi-faith dinner. The lavish buffet was served, where dishes from Muslim, Hindu, Christian, Zoroastrain and Buddhist cuisine was served. The multi-faith dinner engaged the attendees in friendly dialogue to stimulate mutual understanding and respect for others and their respective religious traditions and customs.