Special Children portray the message of Peace, Harmony and Unity

Special Children portray the message of Peace, Harmony and Unity | PakistanTribeLAHORE – Special Children at Rising Sun Institute while showing their arts which portrays the message of peace, harmony and unity. Over 100 students participated in glow graffiti & mural art contest which was held at Rising Sun Institute this week.

Prof. Dr. Abdul Tawwab Khan, Hon. CEO, Founder & President Rising Sun Education & Welfare Society said “We express our gratitude towards Warid Telecom for organizing this very meaningful arts contest. It’s really encouraging for these special children. It’s a great thing that businesses around are also considering the special children to participate in such healthy arts related activities. We hope that our affiliation continues in the future and together, we keep bringing smiles on the faces of special children.”

Art Pieces painted and sketched by special students on display in an event organized by Warid Telecom at Lahore | PakistanTribe

Rising sun is one of the 100 institutes participating in this contest which is engaging over 4,000 young leaders from top Universities and Colleges of Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Faisalabad and Multan. It is the largest demonstration of youth engagement activity in the country in which young artists are spreading colors by painting 800 canvases and 400 walls together. They will be expressing their thoughts on the city walls and their work will leave a positive message for the society.

Pakistani Girl Student with no hands painting during a School activity at Lahore, Punjab. | PakistanTribe

Always promoting the power of positive thoughts amongst the youth of Pakistan, the theme for the Glow Graffiti contest is ‘Dosti Ke Rung – United Youth of Pakistan’ – standing together for a progressive Pakistan, promoting peace, friendship, patience and harmony

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Afrah Kamran

Graduate in Media Sciences, Afrah Kamran is PakistanTribe's Correspondent in the United States. She writes on current affairs and latest happenings across U.S., especially from New York and Washington. She was part of PakistanTribe's editorial desk before leaving for United States.

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