Hiroshima and Nagasaki Commemoration Events

About the Foundation:
India is a land of religions and diversity. Our purpose is to bring this country back to its original ethos by reviving harmony and peace.
The B. V. Foundation for the Promotion of Peace and Harmony was established in 2006 to promote peace in the Visakhapatnam district of India. Our CC holds monthly interfaith meetings, observes religious festivals, and organizes special programs to celebrate United Nations Day, International Day of Peace, and International Day of Nonviolence. We also visit religious sites to promote interreligious understanding and harmony.

The B. V. Foundation for the Promotion of Peace and Harmony, a member group of the South Asia IARF region operating in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India, will hold a series of commemoration events of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, as it has done for several years already. The meetings will be held on 6-9 August at:

  • St. Josephs College for Women, Gynapuram (6 August)
  • AS Raja Jr. College MVP. Colney (7th August)
  • Dr. VSK Govt Degree College  (8 August)
  • NT school Akkyyaplaem (9 August).

The meetings will be followed by an exhibition of photographs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki explosions and screening of a documentary film.

For details please contact Prof. Prakash Rao, Chairman, at 9032477463 or narava_prakasarao[at]yahoo.co.in.

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