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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Urdu - Hindi Musha'era (poetry session) on Pluralism

Saturday, June 29, 2013 – 8 PM – 11:00 PM
URL: http://pluralismcenter.blogspot.com/2013/05/urdu-hindi-poetry-session-on-pluralism.html

We request your participation in many ways;

To be our guest attendee.
To write a poem based on the theme of Pluralism
To recite your poem in the Musha’era/ Summelan
To be a volunteer
To be a sponsor 


Rsvp to: ConfirmAttendance@gmail.com
Selected poetry will be published in a booklet*
The event will be broadcasted live by FunAsia TV

Hindi/ Urdu poetry pretty much covers every topic on the earth, however this is the first time a complete focus is given to pluralism. Pluralism is live and let live, and it is about respecting the otherness of others. We hope we consciously lay a foundation of advancing our culture of respect for the uniqueness of each other.

Samples of the poetry or short stories of people doing good things without a barriers, will be posted in the comment section below, and you can turn that into a poem.

For details, please contact

Janab Davendra. D. Maini
Janab Irfan Ali (940) 565-1723
Janab Amin Tirmizi (817) 663-3786
Janab Noor Amrohavi (972) 859-0647
Janab Mike Ghouse (214) 325-1916

email: Mike@FoundationforPluralism.com

The poetry will be about Pluralism and building cohesive societies.

Pluralism in one sentence is respecting the otherness of others and accepting the God given uniqueness of each one of us. Building cohesive societies involve creating an environment where no human has to live I apprehension, discomfort or fear of the other.

A panel representing at least five faiths is in the making.

Pluralism in religion, society, politics, culture, food, clothing...

If you wish to write the poetry, please contact Mike@FoundationforPluralism.com

* The poetry will be selected by a committee. It has to be sensitive and respectful of every religion, race, ethnicity, gender, color and nationality. It’s a conscious step in advancing our culture of respecting each other’s uniqueness and accepting each other for who we are. The poetry must meet the literary requirements. The completed poetry must be in by June 15th to make it to the book.

Thank you

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