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Peace is dynamic and is an active force. Establishing peace is a continuous process. Remember the massage of peace and non-violence delivered by Mahatma Gandhi, the father of nation. The United Nations has declared to observe "The World Peace Day" on 2nd October. The Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi is celebrated on this occasion. Ths day has also been declared as The World Non-Violence Day.

APPEAL: Peace is a dynamic and an active force. Establishing peace is a continuous process and we must remember the message of peace and non-violence delivered by Mahatma Gandhi, the father of nation.

The United Nation has decided to observe Mahatma Gandhi's Birthday on 2 October as world Non-violence day to celebrate and promote the ethos and values of peace and nonviolence as advocated by the great Mahatma Gandhi.
International day for Nonviolence organizing commitee is committed to promote the principles of peace and non violence. The committee is organizing Nagpur International Marathon on 30th of Jan.

This event is an attempt to create awareness amongst the people especially the youth about the importance of these values to counter the threat of terrorism that the world faces today by promoting and developing a culture of peace and Non-violence.



There is something very soothing and welcoming about this city.

It could be the tranquil stretches of Orange orchards from which it derives the nomenclature of Orange City; or it could also be that it is the second cleanest and greenest city of India; or it could be the broad roads and great infrastructure which has sprawned enviable development.

   

Nagpur has its own distinct culture and flavour. Be it the Varhadi dialect of Marathi or the British-period buildings now integral part of its public life or then simply its very own uniquely spicy Saoji cuisine; the city beckons.

Spread over approximately 235 square km, Nagpur is the geographical centre of India. In fact, the zero milestone here is also popularly considered the centre of India.

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