I Support Ahimsa Yatra

Published: 06.05.2014
Updated: 25.02.2018
A compilation of dayly information on Ahimsa Yatra

a journey pioneered by H. H. Acharya Mahashraman to promote harmony, to escalate morality and the movement of de-addiction.

The ambassador of peace, His Holiness Acharya Mahashraman will begin his Ahimsa Yatra on 9th November, 2014 from New Delhi, the capital of India. This historical march will cover more than 10,000 Kms to promote peace and non-violence not just within the boundaries of India but also in the South-Eastern countries like Nepal and Bhutan. New Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Meghalaya, Sikkim, West Bengal, Assam, Orissa etc. will be touched in this journey to awaken the masses.

There are three objectives of Ahimsa Yatra - To promote harmony, to escalate morality and the movement of de-addiction. Acharya Mahashraman ji through this Ahimsa Yatra shall preach and inspire people in accordance with its objectives there by paving way for a healthy society, a healthy nation and a healthy world.

The pioneer of Ahimsa Yatra is an ace social reformer who vehemently strikes against social evils and superstitions, thus working tirelessly for the growth and upliftment of the society. He dreams of a society where people possess strong character and lead an addiction free life.

Acharya Mahashraman with a resolution to work for mankind is filled with compassion and wishes to see every individual peaceful & happy. He has already traversed more than 30,000 Kms by foot and illumined the path of innumerable people through his sermons. His discourses on communal harmony, de-addiction, feticide, morality have inspired lakhs and they have resolved to live with his teachings, thus changing the direction and the state of their lives.

Your Support and participation in this grand campaign will strengthen the efforts towards the upliftment of humanity and welfare of the world.


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