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|Shree Kumar Swamiji Appointed Ambassador for Peace|
|By Robin Marsh, UPF-UK|
|Tuesday, November 15, 2011|
London, UK - His Holiness Brahmrishi Shree Kumar Swami ji was presented with an Ambassador for Peace certificate by the Universal Peace Federation-UK on November 15 at Britain's House of Commons. The Hindu leader was on a visit to the UK during the UK's Interfaith Week.
His Holiness Brahmrishi Shree Kumar Swamiji was born January 22, 1954 in Karanpur, Rajasthan, India. He has dedicated his whole life to freeing the world of all suffering and misery, and his vision for society is continually being delivered by his Trust – “Bhagwan Shree Lakshmi Narayan Dham.”
The event in London was organized by the Bhagwan Shree Lakshmi Narayan Dham and hosted by Hon. Stephen Timms MP to welcome His Holiness Brahmrishi Shree Kumar Swamiji to the UK. In attendance were more than 150 people, including prominent individuals, community and business leaders from London, Midlands, and the North together with Members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
His Holiness Brahmrishi Shree Kumar Swamiji is a well rehearsed scholar in Aryuveda, India's 5,000-year-old system of medicine. The institute he established has become a ray of hope to people, bringing health, material goods, and happiness. Incurable diseases have been cured by the secrets of ancient traditional knowledge.
During his visit to coincide with Interfaith Week UK, His Holiness Brahmrishi Shree Kumar Swamiji, will spread the message of equality, brotherhood, and human welfare amongst people belonging to different religions.
On November 15 each year, “Brahmrishi Shree Kumar Swami Day,” his followers in the UK will perform selfless voluntary acts of kindness and public service in his honor to improve people's quality of life.
In the US, the New York Senate passed a resolution on May 2 honoring him for his worldwide work for human welfare and invited him to address them. It was the first time an Indian spiritual leader was so honored.