Prem Rawat Advocates Discovering The Infinite For True Peace, Happiness Originates Within
The event drew participants from Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, and various parts of the country.
Mr. Prem Rawat, a proponent of peace, delivered a profound message to a vast audience at Chandigarh's Exhibition Ground, Sector 34B. Stressing that peace is not merely a verbal expression but an essential human need, he emphasized the imperative of fulfilling this need for genuine well-being. The event drew participants from Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, and various parts of the country. Notably, over 100 differently-abled students, unable to speak or hear, attended the event with their translators.
In his address, Mr. Prem Rawat conveyed the idea that the infinite is omnipresent, residing within every individual. He encouraged the audience to recognize that their source of joy lies within themselves. According to him, savoring the joy within is akin to tasting the entire infinite. His core message reiterated that peace is a fundamental requirement for every human being and is attainable by all. He advocated for gratitude for each breath as a transformative approach to life.
Reflecting on global issues, Mr. Prem Rawat attributed many challenges to internal dissatisfaction. He asserted that embracing humanity is the key to resolving these issues. Renowned for his recently published book "Swayam Ki Awaaz," Mr. Prem Rawat holds the Guinness World Record. The English version, "Hear Yourself," became a New York Times bestseller. Recognized as an ambassador of peace by government and academic institutions, he has received accolades such as the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Asia Pacific Brand Laureate in 2012.
Mr. Prem Rawat regularly inspires audiences worldwide and has addressed esteemed institutions like the European Parliament, United Nations, United Kingdom, and Italy's Parliament, as well as universities including Harvard, Oxford, IIT Delhi, Infosys, and the Indian School of Business Hyderabad. Notably, he has initiated programs in various prisons, including Tihar Jail in Delhi, Nari Bandi Niketan in Lucknow, Cherlapally Central Jail in Hyderabad, and Yerawada Central Jail in Pune, aimed at improving the lives of prisoners and reducing crime.
Through The Prem Rawat Foundation, he extends humanitarian efforts globally. The Ranchi Food for People program provides nutritious meals to children and the sick in India, Nepal, and Ghana. Additionally, the foundation conducts a peace education program that has positively impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.