Philanthropist Aditi Ahuja is hosting this year’s Gusi Peace Prize International Awards

It’s going to be a milestone event to host since it’s aligned with Aditi’s mission and vision – spreading peace and happiness through art, culture, and education.

Fulfilling a profound mission-vision in life can be done through simple acts of kindness. As Aditi Ahuja, Manila-based artist and philanthropist believes and narrates in the words of the well-known Indian Missionary and Saint, Mother Teresa, “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”

Aditi is honored to be the Lady of the Ceremony for the Gusi Peace Prize International this year.

Aditi wants to make a difference in her own positive way. She is honored to be the Lady of the Ceremony for the Gusi Peace Prize International this year and representing her native country, India, on an international platform.


“The Gusi Peace Prize is one of the most prestigious awards of the world being hosted in the Philippines. It’s an honor to be offered the opportunity to host this event that will be aired on TV in 42 countries,” Aditi shares, with pride in her voice.

It’s easy for her to accept the hosting post since she believes in its concept and objectives.  “I’m a philanthropist and work diligently for human welfare. As an active part of the Indian Diaspora, I have hosted many cultural and social events in Manila.”

Mrs. Universe Joy and Generosity, Aditi Ahuja, closes the wonderful year of 2018-2019 by representing her nation, India, as a host for this year’s Gusi Peace Prize International.

 

Aditi is the founder of Sprout, a comprehensive art curriculum for all age groups. Its vision is to “Sprout out the creativity that resides within through nourishing the inherent talent.” In addition, she has established Origin by Aditi, an event consultancy group. She’s a team player who inspires enthusiasm and ensures professional satisfaction.

For her, the event is a great way to connect with people at large and create human bonds. Hosting and addressing gives her a platform to achieve her mission in life, which is promoting peace and happiness. She describes her hosting style as “simple, yet cheerful and vibrant.” She’s preparing for it by aligning herself with the purpose of the event and just go with the flow.

Aditi describes her hosting style as “simple, yet cheerful and vibrant.”

It’s going to be a milestone event to host since it’s within ranged as Aditi’s vision — spreading peace and happiness through art, culture, and education. “It’s in the same spirit as my mentor, Dr. Daisaku Ikeda, who is also a past laureate of Gusi Peace Prize International,” she quips. “We believe in the same philosophy of Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism that encourages each one to ‘Believe in your own inherent potential.’”

The Gusi Peace Prize Laureates for 2019 are from Argentina, Belgium, Germany, Argentina, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Guatemala, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, and The United States of America. The Gusi Peace Prize is an award for great achievers in the world. It is spearheaded by the Honorable Barry S. Gusi, the Chairman of the Board of the Gusi Peace Prize Foundation.

The event is being carefully prepared with conscious effort in each and every detail to honor the respectable laureates and facilitate a smooth flowing awarding ceremony on November 27, 2019, at the Philippine International Convention Center, Roxas Blvd., Manila.

“Please join us to witness this prestigious evening of pride and honor for 18 chosen laureates from different countries for their contribution to creating peace and harmony through various social and professional initiatives,” Aditi concludes.

To know more about Aditi Ahuja, please like and follow her FB pages:

@https://www.facebook.com/aditi.ahuja.90

@https://www.facebook.com/sproutartcurriculum/

@https://www.facebook.com/originartwithlove

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