Brahma Kumaris Centre in Moscow Celebrate Int’l Day of Poetry on Theme “Discover the Self and Eternity.”

Moscow (Russia): As part of the International Day of Poetry, the Brahma Kumaris Centre in Moscow unveiled a programme “Discover the Self and Eternity.”

Poetess Boldycheva, Member of the Administrative Commission of the Government of Moscow, and chief editor of My Moscow journal, attended the literary event and recited her creations.
Well-known film and theatre personality Victoria Lepko and winner of The Golden Pen of Russia award read out her poem on the occasion along with other poets.

Diplomat and poetess Marina Vernalis also participated in the event. The poems recited by her enabled the audience to experience an elevated state of mind.

Sister BK Sudha, Director of the Brahma Kumaris Centre in Moscow, presented a brief account of the Supreme energy which empowers life as a continuous force.

The poems recited by the poets were devoted to soul, Supreme Soul and the value of life. In conclusion, Sister Sudha and the guests lit candles as symbolic of eternal light and life.

BK Mayajeet compèred the deliberations.