Giving Punjabi viewers an enlightened perspective of Sikhism and its true values, `Ek Onkaar` - India`s first of its kind devotional-Live-TV-show once again is in news for bringing representatives of different faiths at one platform to share their thoughts on `Dharm ate Azaadi` while India celebrates her freedom on 65th Independence Day.
Giani Gurbachan Singh, Jathedar, Akal Takht Sahib, Amritsar especially took out time from his busy and hectic schedule to be part of this seminar as a special guest. He commended the efforts of Zee Punjabi and said "It`s really a great initiative by Zee Punjabi to bring representative of different faith at one platform as it would develop religious understanding and brotherhood amongst all."
Yogi Ashwini of Dhyan Foundation stressed, "We must understand Dharam (Religion) in totality before we contemplate upon Aazadi (freedom)" "We must free ourselves from the shackles of worldly vices like hatred, lust, anger as it leads to duality. But religion endorses the concept of oneness and "loving creation" he concluded.
The event was a great success as audience comprising of people of all ages and various walks of life took keen interest in it by virtue of being there for more than 2 hours and proactively asking questions to draw understanding of various religion through their representatives present at the event as panelists.
Syed Yaqub Hussain, President, Muslim National Front, Punjab, Pastor Febin K. Mathews, Yogi Ashwini of Dhyan Foundation, Veer Bhupinder Singh, Orator, The Living Treasure, Narinder Pal Singh, Principal, Gurmat Missionary College, Delhi and Prof. Manjeet Singh, Head, Punjabi Department, Delhi University also shared their perspective in this seminar.
In his thanksgiving note Sanjay Vohra, Editor, Zee Punjabi shared "Dharam to me is being true to oneself and we must encourage our children to speak truth as I feel it`s easier to speak truth than lying".