International Historic Punjab Film Festival 2009

To Make A World Of Difference By Hearing Each Other And Healing The Earth. As We Are All In This Together, To Foster One Earth Community-Amidst Two Places: The Practical And The Spiritual”
Friends JustPanjabi.com is commited for the reform of punjabi entertainment industry, while giving you the latest information about punjabi cinema, music and television. Apart from the promotion of commercial stream of punjabi entertainment industry, we are pledged to support social causes and projects related to socio-cultural uplifment, global peace and harmony. We are pleased to join hands with Council of Parliament of World's Religions (CPWR) for their movement of inquilab through film media. CPWR, United Nations Educational Social Cultural Organization, The Urdu & Persian Literary Society of the Department of Urdu, Punjab University has annouced the International Historic Punjab Film Festival 2009. Schedule of programme is as follows-

Venue-
Panjab University Auditorium
Chandigarh, Punjab, India

18 November 2009 Mashal Yatra

19 November 2009 1030AM-1430PM
WELCOME ADDRESS NAVALPREET RANGI
CHIEF GUEST SARA SINGH
PRESIDING OFFICER VICE CHANCELLOR
GUEST OF HONOR UNESCO –
DVD E-BOOK LAUNCH SWOTS
FILMS SESSION FILM PRODUCERS
CLOSING THANKS Dr. S.M.S ABBAS RIZAVI MADHUKAR
VALDICTORY ADDRESS GENERAL KS GILL
LANGAR
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20 November 2009 1030AM – 1430PM
WELCOME ADDRESS BRIGADIER RAMESH CHANDER
CHIEF GUEST DARA SINGH
PRESIDING OFFICER VICE CHANCELLOR
GUEST OF HONOR UNESCO REP - DVD E- BOOK LAUNCH – CONTRIBUTERS
FILMS SESSION FILM PRODUCERS
CLOSING THANKS DR MADUKAR
VALDICTORY ADDRESS+RESOLUTION REEMA ANAND
LANGAR

RSVP
The Urdu & Persian Literary Society Department of Urdu Panjab University , Chandigarh

Details of Historical Panj-aab Documentary Films Festival
18 November 2009 : 6pm – 7pm
M A S H A A L Y A T R A

19 November 2009 : 1030am – 1430pm
SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH
SIPAHI MUL SINGH DI - HALFMOON FILES
SHAHEED UDHAM SINGH
IK ARDAAS - PRISONER’S SONG
UNESCO’S SACRED WRITINGS OF THE SIKHS

20 November 2009
KARTAR SINGH SARABHA
INQALAB - WAR FOR CIVILIZATION
SHAHEED SUKHDEV
IK - CONTRIBUTORS TO THE SACRED WRITINGS OF THE SIKHS
LALA LAJPAT RAI


Theme, Topics and Spirit of the 2009 Parliament of World’s Religions Melbourne , Australia.
December 3 – 9, 2009


Our Mission
The Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions was created to cultivate harmony among the world's religious and spiritual communities and foster their engagement with the world and its guiding institutions in order to achieve a just, peaceful and sustainable world.
To accomplish this, we invite individuals and communities who are equally invested in attaining this goal.

Our Vision
The vision of the Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions is of a just, peaceful and sustainable world in which:
Religious and spiritual communities live in harmony and contribute to a better world from their riches of wisdom and compassion
Religious and cultural fears and hatreds are replaced with understanding and respect
People everywhere come to know and care for their neighbors
The richness of human and religious diversity is woven into the fabric of communal, civil, societal and global life
The world's most powerful and influential institutions move beyond narrow self-interest to realize common good
The Earth and all life are cherished, protected, healed and restored
All people commit to living out their highest values and aspirations.

Our Approach
The Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions seeks to promote interreligious harmony, rather than unity. The problem with seeking unity among religions is the risk of loss of the unique and precious character of each individual religious and spiritual tradition; this understanding is key to our framework. Interreligious harmony, on the other hand, is an attainable and highly desirable goal. Such an approach respects, and is enriched by, the particularities of each tradition. Moreover, within each tradition are the resources (philosophical, theological and spiritual teachings and perspectives) that enable each to enter into respectful, appreciative and cooperative relationships with persons and communities of other traditions.
Our Opportunity
We live in a world of difference. Yet, we are interdependent. Nowhere is learning to live with difference more important than religion. Too often, religion is misused as an instrument for division and injustice, betraying the very ideals and teachings that lie at the heart of each of the world's great traditions. At the same time, religious and spiritual traditions shape the lives of billions in wise and wonderful ways. They gather people in communities of shared beliefs and practices. When these diverse communities work in harmony for the common good, there is hope that the world can be transformed. Over the years, the Council has initiated dialogues and nurtured relationships among people of difference. In doing so the Council has provided a framework for expressing many visions of a just, peaceful and sustainable future. In the process, religious and spiritual communities have discovered a shared commitment to ethical principles. This shared commitment has opened the way for a new era of cooperative action among the world's religious and spiritual communities as well as civil and political societies. The well-being of the Earth and all life depends on this collaboration.

All Are Invited...

For Furthe Information & Details
Navalpreet Rangi
DEPARTMENT OF URDU
PANJAB UNIVERSITY ,
CHANDIGARH -160014,
INDIA.
PH :91-172-2534936 Cell :91-09779687709
E-mail:
rangi22g@yahoo.com http://www.historicpunjab.org
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