Press Release (ePRNews.com) - NEW DELHI, India - Dec 15, 2016 - World Brotherhood Day Will Be
Celebrated on December 18th
World Brotherhood Organization (WBO) will mark its Annual World Brotherhood Day on December 18th. As an international, voluntary, non-profit, non-political social organization, WBO is making a qualitative difference to the society since its foundation in 1999. By reawakening the spirit of solidarity and brotherhood on the basis of humanity, WBO propagates peace, progressiveness and better coordination between individuals and societies. Their work positively impacts people from all walks and spheres of life, irrespective of caste, creed or religion.
The Annual Day Celebrations on December 18th will be graced by the presence of many dignitaries including, Mrs. Meenakshi Lekhi, MP from New Delhi, Mr. Udit Raj, MP from North West Delhi and Mr. Joginder Singh, Ex CBI Director. As this event also marks the celebration of Christmas and New Year, several Ambassadors, High Commissioners, renowned singers and artists shall also grace the occasion with their presence. The Annual World Brotherhood Day is marked every year on the Sunday preceding Christmas.
This year WBO is also initiating The WBO Rattan Awards for people who made outstanding contributions in their respective fields in 2016. The list of awardees includes, Dr. D.S. Rana, Kidney Specialist and Chairman, Sir Gangaram Hospital; Mr. Abhinav Bindra, World Champion & Olympic Gold Medalist, Mr. Mahashya Dharampal Gulati, Founder, MDH Spicesand Mr. Kuldeep Singh Channa, Social Worker for upgrading and managing cremation grounds as well as in other fields.
Mr. SS Marwah, Hony. Secretary General, WBO shares his gratification resolve for the future, “We seek to provide a common platform to people of diverse backgrounds. We urge them to come forth and work for the betterment of the society as a unit and foster brotherhood, harmony and unity among all religions and communities as we look forward to working towards a better and brighter tomorrow, effused with the light of hope and peace.A Very Happy 2017 to all!” WBO aspires to foster ‘Sarva Dharma-Sambhava’, which translates to respecting the equality of all religions and developing mutual respect for all and to step aside from the narrow, parochial and communal or religious overtones which unfortunately are plaguing society today.
The Annual Day Celebrations at Marwah Farm, New Delhi will commence at 11 AM with a painting competition for children up to 12 years, followed by a fancy dress competition for children up to 6 years and several dance and cultural programs. The felicitation of awardees will be preceded by lunch. The event will culminate with a lucky draw competition with lots of prizes to be won. The entry to the event is only by invitation.
World Brotherhood Organization is motivated by a desire to inspire, mobilize, and bring together people from diverse religious and cultural backgrounds. It further seeks to strengthen the bonds of love and sharing aimed at keeping the social matrix healthy and enriched. While WBO has its routes basically in India, it is also spreading its wings globally. This is being done by extending the membership across borders. Their membership comprises of eminent people from all walks of life and includes industrialists, diplomats, government officials, doctors, lawyers, academia and other intellectuals, besides social workers and politicians.
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