Education for Peace

India’s first Online LIVE Interactive Learning Platform: Vedantu’s WAVE

 India, June 19, 2019: Platform based on AI and ML technology that sets a new industry standard with a patent on ‘System for Measuring Effectiveness of an Interactive Online Learning System’….. WordForPeace.com Special Correspondent Vedantu, a pioneer in LIVE interactive online tutoring is helping India take new strides through the launch of an exciting new initiative in the e-learning space …

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World Sufi Forum & AIUMB to help in Centre’s bid to mainstream the Madrasa education and uplift minorities

The World Sufi Forum’s chairman, Syed Mohammad Ashraf Kichhowchhawi, President & Founder of All India Ulama & Mashaikh Board (AIUMB), an apex body of Sufi Muslims in India applauded and spiritedly welcomed the Centre’s decision to mainstream and modernise the Madrasas across the country. The Modi government’s focus on the development of the Madrasa education is part of the actual inclusive …

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Gulistan-Bostan: Syncretic Sufi textbooks in Indian Islamic seminaries need to be retained

Iran, much like India, is the land of mystics, poets and spiritual luminaries. It produced masters of spiritual intellect and Sufi wisdom like Sheikh Sa’adi Shirazi, Shams Tabrizi, Imam Ghazzali, Sheikh Balkhi, Mulla Sadra, Maruf Karkhi, Abu al-Hassan al-Kharaqani, Abu Bakr Shibli and Attar Nishapuri among others. They enriched our spiritual vision and built a composite and pluralistic culture imbued …

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Mumbai: Religious Leaders take Pledge Against Extremism

June 3, 2019   An Interfaith Iftar and Prayer Meet was hosted by Minhaj Interfaith and Welfare Foundation on 2nd June at Diwan-e-Khaas,Islam Gymkhana in Mumbai. It was attended by religious leaders from Muslim,Hindu,Christian,Buddhist,Jain,Sikh and Parsi faiths.Members from reputed NGO’s and personnel from Police also graced the event with their presence. The books on Anti Terror curriculum authored by Shaykh …

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Ghazwa-tul-Badr anniversary in J&K: A note of caution is seriously required in final days of the holy month

Today, on Ghazwatul Badr anniversary, social media campaigns, mostly in Urdu, are underfoot to promote a willful misinterpretation of the Islamic event in the Facebook pages and WhatsApp groups in Jammu & Kashmir in particular. Classical Islamic historiographers like Ibn Hisaham and Ibn Ishaq report that the Ghazwa-tul-Badr was the first Islamic military expedition which took place on the 17th …

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In Bengal’s Burdwan, 3 Hindu girls top Madrasa exam

Three Hindu girls studying in a madarsa in a Muslim-dominated area of East Burdwan have scored over 90 per cent in the West Bengal High Madrasah Secondary Exam (Madhyamik standard), bolstering the Mamata Banerjee government’s efforts to help such institutions shine the light of education in backward areas. The results were declared last week in the midst of one of …

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This ‘Hafta-e-Shahadat’ is the time for Hurriyat and all separatist outfits to turn inward and introspect!

WordForPeace.com Edit Desk The ‘Hafta-e-Shahadat’, also known as ‘Hafta-e-Shuhada’ (the week of martyrs)—the anniversary of Mirwaiz Moulvi Muhammad Farooq or ‘Shaheed-e-Millat’—commenced from May 18 in the valley of Kashmir. The Awami Action Committee (AAC) has called for complete shutdown on May 21 to commemorate the occasion. On May 18, Saturday, the ‘Hafta-e-Shahadat’ commenced with the recitation of holy Qur’an at …

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रमज़ान और सुरक्षित वातावरण: सुखी शरीर से ही सुखी मन होता है Ramazan & Environment: A Sound Body is the Seat of Sound Mind

Pooja Kumari for WordForPeace.com रमज़ान का पवित्र महीना चल रहा है।  दया और करुणा के इस महीने का स्वागत करने के लिए हमें जो सबसे महत्वपूर्ण तैयारी करनी चाहिए, वह पर्यावरण संरक्षण पर कुरान का पालन है। रमज़ान में महीने भर का उपवास प्रकृति और पर्यावरण के साथ पूर्ण तालमेल में अपनी जीवन शैली को बदलने की क्षमता का प्रयास …

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J&K: Friday sermons in Ramazan will address women rights

Local Muslim leaders in Jammu & Kashmir said they wanted to use the holy month to highlight the challenges facing women in the disputed region, home to one of the world’s longest-running insurgencies. The Friday sermons will address rising cases of sexual assault and domestic violence as well as mental health issues facing women in Kashmir, said the Muttahida Majlis-e-Ulema …

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