The path to peace must be initiated with dialogue. With this thought an International Seminar on 'Prayer, Peace and Unconditional Love and the Works of Raimon Panikkar' was conducted by the K. J. Somaiya Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham, Vidyavihar, Mumbai, India from 20th December 2005 to 23rd December 2005 at the Somaiya Campus, Vidyavihar, Mumbai, India.
Paper were presented by: S. K. Somaiya (Mumbai, India); Anand Amaladass (Chennai, India); Paulo Barone (Italia); Gerard Hall (Australia); Peter Raine (New Zealand); Francis D'Sa (Germania e India); Sister Clemens Mendonca di Pune (India); Kala Acharya (Mumbai, India); Nalinee Chapekar (Mumbai, India); Joseph Prabhu (U.S.A); Bernhard Nitsche (Germania); Fabrice Dubosc (Italia); Michiko Yusa (U.S.A); Harshad Sangharajka (U.K.); Oscar Pujol (Spagna); Gaetano Sabetta di Haryana (India e Italia); Subhash Chandra (New Delhi, India); S. L. Gandhi di Jaipur (India); V. Ranganathan (Mumbai, India); P. K. Shamsuddin Kerala (India); Piero Coda (Italia); Mariano Iturbe (Spagna); Antonio Baggio (Italia); Supriya Deshmukh (Mumbai, India); B. G. Chandarana (Rajkot, India); Kalpana Das (Canada); Shubhada Joshi (Mumbai, India); Annakutty V. K. Findies (Mumbai, India); Lalita Namjoshi (Mumbai, India); Charlotte Sunde (New Zealand); Rajeshri Goswami (Mumbai, India); Young Chan Ro (U.S.A).
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