World Is My Universe

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“Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam”- Millions who were present, experienced it… The world that saw, was struck with awe… The universe, felt it… While, Nature, bedazzled in its grandeur… This was the World Culture Festival… Words would never suffice to explain the magic, the mystic, the divinity, the spirituality, the abundance of love and the gathering of souls from all across the globe… Each one of us who experienced and lived the three days of the WCF was mystified… It was one of those historical events, where you had to be there to believe tour eyes… Since, whatever happened during those mystical three days was beyond imagination… One big stage over 7 acres, more than 3.5 million people from almost 155 countries, Prime Minister of India, Chief Ministers of various states, Ministers, Foreign Dignitaries, Saints from all cultures and religions were gathered just to witness the festival of Art, Culture and People under the sky… And what they witnessed and experienced was truly unforgettable, unbelievable and mesmerizing… I am blessed that I was fortunate enough to be a part of it, that I could witness the magic and carry memories with me… It felt that the stars have come down on earth and are illuminating the world stage… No words to express… But, as they say that the world is filled with people who have nothing better to but to criticize… Yes, as we all know, there was hue and out cry, criticism and agitation against the WCF… People who can’t bear to see anything good happening were the first to jump in shouting that this event will destroy the Yamunaji( of course Yamunaji, as the Rivers are scared to us…)flood plains (the same flood plains, where the Akshardham temple is situated, the CWG village is located and hundreds of illegal buildings are constructed… They very conveniently turn a blind eye to all this)… The event will pollute the Yamuna River ( like…...

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