Acharya Lokeshji meets Uttarakhand Governor, discusses national issues

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Acharya Lokeshji, founder of Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti, met Uttarakhand Governor Lt. Gen. Gurmit Singh recently in Delhi, August 2022. Photo: Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti

Acharya Lokeshji, founder of Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti, met with the Governor of Uttarakhand Lt. Gen. Gurmit Singh in Delhi to discuss issues of national importance and update him on various programs being carried out by Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti in the country and abroad.

He also presented the brochure of the ‘World Peace Center’ being established under the leadership of Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti.

Acharya Lokeshji, during his meeting with Uttarakhand Governor Gurmit Singh, presented him a brochure. Photo: Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti
Acharya Lokeshji, during his recent meeting with Uttarakhand Governor Gurmit Singh, in Delhi in early August, presented him a brochure. Photo: Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti

During the meeting with the Governor, Acharya Lokesh emphasized value-based education for the balanced development of the society at a time when the world population and especially the youth is getting connected with digital devices.

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The education system should be underpinned by culture and how to make peace should be an integral part of the education system, Lokeshji said, an effort in which social and religious organizations can play an important role to raise public awareness alongside providing value-based education.

Governor Gurmeet Singh appreciated the contribution made by military and social organizations in the security and building of society and nation. He said that we all have love, respect and admiration for our soldiers and the Indian Army. Further, Governor said that service to the Nation and patriotism should be the first duty of every citizen of India, and that military training is needed in elementary education to inculcate patriotism among the citizens of the country.

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