For the primary time in historical past, the Muslim World League in Mecca, Saudi Arabia paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his 153rd beginning anniversary.
Appreciating Mahatma Gandhi, who believed within the philosophy of non-violence, the Muslim World League for the primary time paid tribute to him and stated that the message of non-violence ought to be unfold internationally on this present day. The Muslim World League is a world non-governmental Islamic group based mostly out of Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
Mecca is taken into account to be the birthplace of Hazrat Muhammad and right here is the Kaaba, the holiest place in Islam. The group’s greetings on the beginning anniversary of ‘Bapu’ underscore the energy of India’s ties with the Muslim and Arab world.
The Muslim World League tweeted, ‘Today, October 2, we’re celebrating Gandhi Jayanti. It is being celebrated to recollect the lifetime of Mahatma Gandhi, a visionary, freedom fighter and follower of non-violence. Today can also be the International Day of Non-Violence.
At the identical time, in line with the report of stories company PTI, Mahatma Gandhi, who taught the world the lesson of reality and non-violence, bought to see the life-sized ‘avatar’ for the primary time within the United Nations.
The event was the International Day of Non-Violence by which a particular life-sized hologram of Bapu was offered and his message on schooling was shared by a worldwide group. International Day of Non-Violence is noticed on 2 October on the event of Gandhi Jayanti.
The International Day of Non-Violence was celebrated within the United Nations on Friday itself by the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations and the UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Peace and Sustainable Development Education (MGIEP).
A particular life-size hologram of Mahatma Gandhi was offered through the dialogue held on the event. A hologram is a 3D laser picture. In this, any image could be offered by means of laser rays at midnight background. The goal of the International Day of Nonviolence is ‘to unfold the message of non-violence by means of schooling and public consciousness.’