Youths from 5 religions learn to live together in peace

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About 200 young adherents to five different faiths came together to learn how to live more in harmony at a religion camp in Pattaya.

Vichien Anansirirat Director of the Religious Relationship Group of Department of Religious Affairs opened the April 4 camp at the Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara (Sikh Temple) in South Pattaya.

About 200 young adherents to five different faiths came together to learn how to live more in harmony at a religion camp held at the Sikh Temple in Pattaya.
About 200 young adherents to five different faiths came together to learn how to live more in harmony at a religion camp held at the Sikh Temple in Pattaya.

Young Buddhists, Christians, Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs from Bangkok came together at the temple to learn to look past their religious differences to find common ground.

Vichen said the gathering raises awareness among youths about different religions, which all preach morality and good behavior.

Students learned about Sikhism, reading from holy books, dressing and eating according to the Sikh culture.

Hindu youths Barbie and Rach enjoy learning about Sikhism.
Hindu youths Barbie and Rach enjoy learning about Sikhism.
Christians Look-ked and Ploy are happy to experience how life is led in another religious culture
Christians Look-ked and Ploy are happy to experience how life is led in another religious culture
The students enjoy the ‘Guru ka langar’ community lunch.
The students enjoy the ‘Guru ka langar’ community lunch.