first_imgThere is a need for an interfaith movement for world peace, former Union Minister Karan Singh said here on Wednesday.He was speaking at the ‘World Parliament of Science, Religion and Philosophy’ organised by the MIT World Peace University to mark Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary.What we need today is an “inter-religious movement for world peace,” Mr. Singh said. Mankind needs an amalgamation of “science, religion and philosophy,” he added.Acceptance of “multiple path to the divine”, gender equality, and protection of environment are some of the key elements of a successful interfaith movement, he added.On this occasion, the Rashtrapita Mahatma Gandhi Peace Prize was conferred on Gandhian Dr .Ramjee Singh and former director of Dr. Radhakrishnan Institute of Advance Study in Philosophy, University of Madras, Dr. T.S. Devadoss.last_img

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