Ancient Architecture
To create an “Oasis of Peace” where Indians and Pakistanis can celebrate and share their cultures through dialogue, literature, religion, dance, music, history, and art.
"Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding." 
                        -  Albert Einstein



Toronto Rotary Convention Interviews


Interview moderator Reem Ghuniam from Rotary Action Group for Peace with Rotarians
Mohammed Ayyaz, Tony Sharma & Kees van der Pol.
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Aaghaz-e-Dosti aims to eradicate mutual hatred & suspicion & desires to create unwavering bonds of peace & friendship. This is because they believe that miscommunication and lack of communication has helped sustain the conflict. To meet their objective, Aaghaz-e-Dosti has taken several initiatives ranging from interactive sessions in schools to public demonstrations, from art-based initiatives to writing articles and issuing statements.

UN & Commonwealth Rotarian Peace Envoys Committee

Letter of Endorsement

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UK Prime Minister's Office 

Letter of Support

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Letter of Endorsement 


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Success for moving past painful historical events is to learn from them and ensure they are never repeated.

In this ARTICLE a handful of brave souls relate the experiences they had during the time of partition, offering a reminder to future generations of how badly things can go wrong, even when irrefutable plans have been put in place.

The creation of Indus Peace Park will serve as a beacon of hope for a future in which harmony replaces such conflicts