The weather was a blessing today.
Roopesh feeling peace in his heart.
Emma and son william wishing for a peaceful year.
Annie from Philippines wishing for peace back home.
Reenu, Roopesh and her son Nikkil, participating for the first time.
Hemanta and Rintu posing with the banner.
Let’s start the Run.
Nikkil first time running with a peace torch.
A member of the public happily smiled for the camera.
We passed the torch to members of the public who were out in the early sunday morning and they were very happy to support peace.
An eco half marathon race in support 'towards zero waste' was underway at the same vacinity as our event and the runners were delighted to pose with the Peace torch.
Peace begins with me.
Little William wants to run for peace too.
‘May each and every human being each day have a new dream of world harmony.’ -Sri Chinmoy
'World peace can be achieved when the power of love replaces the love of power.’ -Sri Chinmoy
Ambulance volunteers greeting with smiling faces.
Konnichiwa(greetings) from Japan.
‘Peace does not mean the absence of war. Peace means the presence of love, satisfaction and oneness in the world family.’ -Sri Chinmoy
‘It is only through inner peace that we can have true outer freedom.’ -Sri Chinmoy
Visitors from Palestine wishing for global peace.
Selamat pagi (good morning) from Indonesia.
Shijie heping(world peace) from China.
Selamat perdamaian(peace greetings) from Indonesia.
Frieden(Peace) from Germany