A Peace Tour to the Shrine of Madho Lal Hussain
From 9:30am until 10:30am
At Shrine of Madho Lal Hussain
Baghbanpura, Lahore, Pakistan.
Pakistan Peacekeeping Mission / +92 331 6268362About the Event: A Peace Tour has been planned by Pakistan Peacekeeping Mission to the "Shrine of Madho Lal Hussain" in order to celebrate "World Interfaith Harmony Week" on 4th February 2017. The main purpose to conduct that peace-tour is to strengthen the friendly relationship between Muslim and Hindu youth of Pakistan, as well as, in order to remove the existing misunderstandings/ misconceptions between both religions. Formal rituals shall be performed at the shrine by the local Hindu and Muslim members. Brief history about the bondage of friendship & love between Shah Hussain and Madho Lal (a Sufi Syed and a Brahmin Hindu), which is the brighest example of interfaith harmony, shall be described during the tour. Who Can Join? People associated with all religions can join the trip. Open invitation to everyone (especially students). How to Join? Interested candidates simply submit their details (i.e. Name & CNIC Number) through text on the following number: +92 331 6268362 Few words about Pakistan Peacekeeping Mission: Pakistan Peacekeeping Mission (a group of volunteers associated with different faiths/ religions) was founded by Farhan Wilayat Butt in year 2012 - The group has been working for peace and interfaith harmony in Punjab and Sindh provinces through peace-tours, interviews of prominent minority figures, interfaith discussions and short theater performances in order to create unity and brotherhood among all Pakistani people regardless of cultural, religious, sectarian and ethnic differences among them, as well as, in order to raise voice for the rights and protection of religious minorities in Pakistan, as well as, to reduce religious extremism, racial intolerance and sectarian violence. In addition to this, the group is also involved in various other humanitarian services, including fund-raising for disabled persons and retired artists (who are facing financial constraints/ physical illness) and construction of water-wells in the villages of Tharparkar (Sindh, Pakistan).