Prem Rawat has set a record by releasing his book: “Swayam Ki Awaaz” and achieving the title of “World Record for the most audience present” with more than 114,000 people present at the event. The book launch took place on Sunday evening at Rambai Ambedkar Park in Lucknow. Before this, the record for the highest number of attendees at a book launch event was 6,786 people.
During the book launch, spiritual teacher and author, Prem Rawat, mentioned that people have been trying to do a lot for a very long time, but peace is still a puzzle. Peace is something that is found within ourselves. He also said that staying alive is not just about breathing; we need to enjoy every moment of life. It is the joy and appreciation that we can carry with us, even after we have gone. We, as human beings, possess more knowledge than we can realize, and we need to tap into that knowledge and potential. He added that we will not get this life again, so if we have the light in us, we should see everything that we have been missing out on and receive all of the gifts that life has to offer. The moderator for the event was actress Bhagyashree.
Introduction of Prem Rawat
Prem Rawat, also known as Maharaji, is a spiritual teacher and speaker from India. He was born in Haridwar, India in 1957 and began speaking publicly about his message of inner peace and self-discovery at the age of four. He is the youngest son of the renowned Indian guru Shri Hans Ji Maharaj and was appointed by his father to continue his work of spreading the message of peace to people around the world. Prem Rawat’s teachings focus on the importance of personal experience and self-discovery in finding inner peace and fulfillment. He has spoken to audiences in over 250 cities around the world and has been recognized for his work promoting peace and understanding among people of different cultures and backgrounds. He has also founded several organizations aimed at promoting peace, including The Prem Rawat Foundation, which supports humanitarian efforts around the world.
Prem Rawat’s teachings are influenced by a variety of spiritual traditions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sufism. He emphasizes the importance of understanding oneself and finding peace within, rather than relying on external sources for fulfillment. His message has resonated with people of all ages and backgrounds, and he continues to inspire and empower people to find joy and peace in their lives.
Awards and achievements of prem rawat
Prem Rawat has received several awards and recognition throughout his life for his work in promoting peace and spreading the message of inner contentment. Some of his notable awards and achievements include:
- The Asia Pacific Brands Foundation Award for Brand Laureate in Leadership for Peace and Harmony in 2018.
- The BrandLaureate International Brand Personality Award in 2017.
- The award of “International Ambassador of Peace” by the Colombian Senate in 2016.
- The Mexican Congress awarded him the “Key to the City” in recognition of his contribution to world peace in 2015.
- The Government of Peru awarded him the “Medal of Honor” in recognition of his humanitarian work in 2012.
- He was invited to speak at the United Nations Millennium World Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders in 2000.
- He received the Award for Peace and Harmony from the Government of Thailand in 1997.
- The President of India conferred upon him the “Rajarsi Janak Puraskar” award in 1988, which is the highest award given by the Indian Government to an individual for their contribution to the promotion of peace and non-violence.
These are just a few of the many awards and recognition that Prem Rawat has received for his humanitarian work and efforts to promote peace and inner contentment.
Prem rawat social work
Prem Rawat has been actively involved in social work for several decades, through the Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) and other initiatives. Some of his major social work initiatives include:
- Food for People Program: The Food for People program, started by Prem Rawat in 2006, provides nutritious meals to people in need in impoverished areas. The program has centers in India, Nepal, and Ghana, and has served over 2 million meals to date.
- Clean Water Initiative: In 2013, Prem Rawat launched the Clean Water Initiative, which provides clean drinking water to people in remote villages and communities in Nepal, India, and Africa. The initiative has helped to improve the health and well-being of thousands of people.
- Peace Education Program: The Peace Education Program, initiated by Prem Rawat, is designed to help people discover their own inner resources for personal peace. The program has been offered in prisons, schools, and community centers in over 80 countries, and has reached more than 100,000 participants.
- Disaster Relief: TPRF has provided disaster relief in various parts of the world, including Nepal after the devastating earthquake in 2015, and the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian in 2019.
- Medical and Health Initiatives: TPRF has funded medical and health initiatives in various countries, including India, Nepal, and Ghana. These initiatives have included funding for medical clinics, HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention programs, and support for people with disabilities.
In addition to these initiatives, Prem Rawat has been a frequent speaker at various international forums, advocating for peace and human rights. He has also been recognized for his social work and advocacy by various organizations, including the United Nations.
Prem rawat website and social media platform
Prem Rawat has an official website called “Words of Peace Global” at https://www.wopg.org/. The website provides information about Prem Rawat’s message of peace, his schedule of events, and various resources for personal development.
In terms of social media, Prem Rawat has official accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. These accounts provide regular updates on his events, talks, and initiatives related to promoting peace and well-being. You can find these accounts by searching for “Prem Rawat” on each respective platform.
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