Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis's wife Amruta Fadnavis represented Maharashtra at the 'National Prayer Breakfast' forum for world peace.
Senators and leaders from different nations came together to promote world peace and harmony at the global programme, held on February 2 in Washington DC where Amruta, a banker by profession, spoke on topic 'Power of Love'.
"It was an honour to present my ideas regarding the importance of 'Power of Love' for well being of humanity at the National Prayer Breakfast, Washington - presided over by President of the United States Donald Trump, towards global peace and equality," she said in a press statement issued here.
Amruta said it was a learning experience meeting senators and leaders from nations across the world and listening to the President of US.
In her speech, Amruta spoke about the vast culture and rich heritage of India, 'Unity in Diversity - 29 States, 22 languages and 1600 dialects.
She shared how happily Indians celebrate festivals of different religions like Diwali, Eid and Christmas with same enthusiasm.
She also spoke about issues being faced farmers and women, drought conditions in Maharashtra.
Amruta stressed the need for selfless deeds towards well-being of humanity to find inner peace and happiness.
The event was attended by more than 3,000 guests, including politicians, religious leaders and other international invitees from over 130 countries.
(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)