Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India Rina Pandey, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of RA Armen Bayburdyan. Ambassador of Armenia in India and others were invited to the event organized by the Faculty of Oriental Studies.
Gandhis philosophical approach no violence has had a great impact on the psychology and actions of the leaders of national and international movements, together with the mentality and ideas of different people.
Our country gives us everything to live, but not to satisfy the needs at once in a greedy way. And I can say that Gandhi showed on his own example that one can live honest and share high values,-said R. Pandey. � When he was asked about his message to the world, he simply answered; My life is my message.
According to Mr. Pandeys words Gandhis ideas filled with the brightness of sunrays the life of people in the world of violence and conflicts. Those encouraged them, gave hope and help to bring back their trust.
Mahatma Gandhi wishes to see peace among all nations and civilizations. I want to live in a house with all the windows and doors open, and the cultural winds of various countries and people fly through this house, but I do not accept the obsession by any of them,-said R. Pandey.
Armen Bayburdyan briefly told about Gandhis life, presenting this glorious personality. Gandhi tried to smoke everything in his life, even was a nonofficial atheist, but his first time always used to be the last one: he has always said � never again.
Gandhi had made researches in the area of mostly spread religions of the world and made several conclusions. All religions are true, but none is perfect, because has need of interpretation.
In the end of the meeting students of the Chair of Iranian Studies of the Faculty of Oriental Studies performed the anthem of India, Gandhis favorite song. They also said some warm phrases in the memory of the leader. A documental movie on Mahatma Gandhis life was shown in the end.