Pune: Interfaith Unity Procession Receives Positive Response On Occasion of Wari !

Pune: Interfaith Unity Procession Receives Positive Response On Occasion of Wari !

Pune: Interfaith Unity Procession Receives Positive Response On Occasion of Wari !

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Pune: The “Interfaith Unity Procession,” organized in Pune on the occasion of the Pandharpur Wari, received a positive response. The event, held on July 1 at 10:30 am, was supported by the Muslim Co-operative Bank, Rizwani Masjid Trust, Sufi Warkari Vichar Manch, and Sakhali Pir Talim National Maruti Mandir. The procession commenced at Sakhali Pir Talim (Nana Peth) in the presence of various religious leaders, including Dr. P.A. Inamdar, Chancellor of Dr. P.A. Inamdar University, Ravi Malvadkar, President of Sakhali Pir Talim, Prashant Kothadia, Gyani Pratap Singh from Gurdwara Ganesh Peth, Bhaskar More Maharaj from Dindi No. 34, Yogi Niranjan Nath Maharaj from Dnyaneshwar Maharaj Sansthan Committee Alandi, and Bhante Sudassan Maharaj, a Buddhist monk. The procession concluded at Rizwani Masjid (Ganj Peth) via Angarsha Baba Dargah.

The event was organized by Shivani Malvadkar, Anjum Bhai, Trustee of Rizwani Masjid Trust, Mashkoor Ahmed Sheikh, President of Sufi Warkari Vichar Manch, Umar Sharif Sheikh, Secretary of Sufi Warkari Vichar Manch, and Abdul Wahab Sheikh, Trustee of Azam Trust. Participants were served veg biryani and sheer khurma. Raincoats were distributed to the participants on behalf of Dr. P.A. Inamdar University. This was the fifth year of the procession.

“For many years, the Interfaith Unity Procession has been organized by Sakhali Pir Talim, and religious leaders from Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, and Sikh communities have participated. Dr. P.A. Inamdar has been actively participating in this procession, continuing the legacy of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule in Pune’s educational sector,” said Ravi Malvadkar.

Dr. P.A. Inamdar stated, “Although I am a Muslim, I believe in and practice interfaith harmony. My educational institutions employ teachers and professors from all religions, and we participate in activities of all faiths. I am delighted to participate in today’s Interfaith Unity Procession. Pune is a city that upholds religious harmony, and we must strive to maintain this reputation.”