Renowned Peace Ambassador to deliver talk in KL

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  • Wednesday, 28 Sep 2016

Peace Ambassador Prem Rawat, marking his 50th anniversary of speaking on peace, would be in Kuala Lumpur to deliver a talk.

The event, part of his worldwide tour, will be held on Oct 9 at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre.

Prem first took the stage at the age of four in his native India, where he spoke of the possibility of peace in human lives. Since then, he has travelled extensively worldwide to deliver his talks to smaller and selected audiences and to larger crowds.

Last year, Prem addressed over a million people in 44 cities in 16 countries.

The message has remained the same -  that peace is possible and that indeed it starts with an individual. Indeed he believes that peace would be mankind’s greatest achievement.

His talk in Malaysia, given at the invitation of Prime Academy Malaysia Berhad, is expected to see some 3,000 people.

The founder of The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), whose mission is to address the fundamental human needs of food, water and peace,  is a regular visitor to Malaysia over the years.

In September 2014, Prem Rawat and the Scouts Association of Malaysia also signed a “Pledge to Peace” in Putrajaya as part of an initiative to help young people do more for a peaceful world.

Meanwhile, for this year's World Peace Day, the TPRF, which is a partner with the United Nations on peace initiatives, joined millions of citizens and numerous NGOs worldwide to mark the day to promote opportunities for all humanity to come together, to forward the ideals of and conditions for peace.

It produced a minute-long video, Peace Starts Here, to help raise awareness that peace is possible and it begins with each person.

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