PRINCE Ishwar Ramlutchman Mabheka Zulu, left, founder and president of the Sivananda World Peace Foundation, unveiled a four-ton granite peace pillar on Saturday in Parkview, Johannesburg.The 3.5m pillar is inscribed with prayers from different religions. Nineteen pillars have already been erected in KwaZulu-Natal.

‘They are a source of inspiration and a reminder that peace and love should transcend our human limitations,’ said Ramlutchman.‘They are a tribute to Swami Sivananda, the founder of the Divine Life Society worldwide, and his disciple, Swami Sahajananda,’ he said.

With Ramlutchman, from left, are His Majesty King Makhosonke Mabhena II; Anju Rajan, Consul General of India in Johannesburg; Her Royal Highness, Queen Ndlovukazi Sekhothali Seeiso Mabhena; and Sri Swami Isvaramayananda.

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