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Following the Mahatma's lead, 1,200 students marched for Peace & Harmony & took the pledge to work for Peace & Integration


1200 students from 45 colleges marched for Peace & Communal Harmony Rally to commemorate
63rd Gandhi Martyrs' Day from Azad Maidan to Hutatma Chowk which was jointly organised by
Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal, Gandhi Smarak Nidhi & NSS Units of Mumbai & SNDT University.


1,200 NSS students from 45 colleges of Mumbai & SNDT University along with the Gandhian activists, social workers, peace-loving citizens marched for Peace and Communal Harmony from Azad Maidan to Hutatma Chowk on 29th January. The Peace March was jointly organized by Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal and Gandhi Smarak Nidhi to commemorate 63rd Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

Volunteers carrying banners & play-cards with the slogans on Communal Harmony, “Hate Hurts, Harmony Heals”, “An Eye for an Eye will make the whole world blind.” etc. were the main attractions of the peace rally.

The purpose of the rally was to inculcate the spirit of peace and communal harmony as Gandhi had visualized amongst people from different walks of life which is the need of the hour to lead our country towards progress. This is more relevant and necessary in today’s atmosphere where hatred, disharmony, violence and intolerance are spreading at an alarming rate and moral values are on a decline.

At Hutatma Chowk, an Oath was taken by 1,200 students with peace-loving citizens to oppose all forms of communalism, casteism, chauvinism; never to resort to violence and intolerance and to work for promoting harmony, goodwill and peace in the world.

Students carrying play-cards marched for peace

Students carrying play-cards marched for peace

Students taking the pledge to work for peace and integration

Message of peace & communal harmony