Amar Singh College Organises Special Lecture On Baba Nanak’s Teachings AND Contemporary World

 Srinager, May 25 [KNS]: The Department of History organized a special lecture on “Baba Nanak’s Teachings and the Contemporary World” to celebration India’s G20 Presidency with the aim to create awareness about the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and their profound relevance in the contemporary world.

Distinguished guest speaker, Prof Prithpal Singh, retired Professor of History, captivated the audience with his insightful discourse on the subject.

Prof Singh threw detailed on various aspects of Baba Nanak's teachings and their significance in today's world. He passionately emphasized the values of equality, compassion, and selfless service that Baba Nanak advocated, offering valuable lessons for our society. The principles of social justice and religious harmony propagated by Baba Nanak were also explored, highlighting their enduring relevance.

Dr Abdul Waheed Bhat, Head of the Department of History, while extending a warm welcome to the guest Speaker and the audience present over there, provided significant historical background, further enhancing the understanding of Baba Nanak's timeless teachings and their applicability in the present and future. He added that the department is committed to promote intellectual discourse so as to foster a deep understanding of significant historical figures.Click Here To Follow Our WhatsApp Channel

 The programme was attended by a large number of faculty members, including Secretary Staff Council, Prof Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Dr Zahida Akhter, Department of Arabic, Prof Shafiya Mohi-u-din, Department of Sociology, Dr Ubaid Ahmad Dar, Department of Anthropology and students from varied subjects.

 Principal of the college, Prof. (Dr) Sheikh Ajaz Bashir, applauded the department and encouraged the students. He in his message said that by organizing this enlightening event on Guru Nanak Dev Ji's teachings, the college has provided a platform for students to expand their knowledge and engage in meaningful discussions, enriching their academic journey.

The event was inaugurated and chaired by Convener G20 Committee, Prof Mujeeb Ahmad Kawoos. The programme ended with the vote of thanks by Ms. Masrat Jhon, Assistant Professor, department of History. [KNS]

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