Vishwa Kalyan Award 2016 – Humanitarian Award Recipients

August 25, 2016

Vishwa Kalyan Award – 2016

Hello Everyone!

I, Padmini Arhant, Author and Presenter, representative divine mission  present the names of Vishwa Kalyan award recipients in Humanitarian category.

The world where violence is the norm and regarded profitable at the expense of innocent lives escalating terror sponsoring and warfare leaving thousands dead and millions as refugees for vested interests, there are individuals not necessarily acclaimed in politics, entertainment or any other celebrity status yet deservingly admirable souls for having sacrificed their lives to alleviate oppressed victims plight and defend others life.

These citizens have not been concerned about race, religion, ethnicity or socio economic background considering the importance these classifications have in world society.  Instead they expressed their humanitarian thoughts and exemplified in action which is rare in the present time consumed with self-interest and popularity rating prompting any involvement in charitable or Samaritan deeds.

The adage young and foolish juxtaposed old and wise was proved to be nothing more than a perception with these great personalities demonstrating their sincere love for fellow citizens – the humanity at large.

These intelligent, caring and brave martyrs laid their lives to protect the targeted population from violence and terror.

I have the great pleasure in announcing their names and they are none other than – then 15 year old Aitzaz Hasan Bangash – the shia Muslim from Pakistan thwarted the terror attack against his fellow students in Hangu in the City of Peshawar, Pakistan.

The other recipient of Humanitarian award – Vishwa Kalyan Award goes to American Peace Activistthen 23 year old Rachel Corrie crushed to death by Israeli authority bulldozer when she tried to defend the Palestinian homes in Rafah, Palestine in 2003.

Aitzaz Hasan Bangash of Pakistan and Rachel Corrie of United States of America – are posthumous recipients of Vishwa Kalyan Award in Humanitarian category in 2016.

Congratulations! To all winners.

The official virtual award ceremony will be presented in due course.

Peace to all!

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant








Vishwa Kalyan Award 2016 – Universal Benefit Award

August 23, 2016

By Padmini Arhant

Dear Citizens,

In 2015, Vishwa Kalyan Award was introduced to recognize and honor the unsung heroes alongside members known to world community. However, the mission not necessarily adapted and pursued for desirable outcome.

Every year on August 26th the awardees are commemorated for exemplary service and sacrifice.

The award is to create awareness among world population to appreciate, safeguard and contribute to the welfare and survival of all species for planet sustenance.

I present the categories for the year 2016 Vishwa Kalyan Award with the hope to revive interest and action in promoting goals to benefit humanity and earth. 

The two categories in 2016 are – Environment and Humanitarian Cause.

Environment protection is made possible with not only reducing carbon emission but also enrichment of natural habitat through greenery and preservation of rain forests worldwide.

In the environment category – The winners are:


  1. Ethiopia – The East African nation in the Horn of Africa is leading power generator in the region via clean energy program.

Latin America:

  1. Peru – The National Photovoltaic Household Electrification Program (SOLAR POWER) expected to benefit more than 2 million people in Peru.
  1. Costa Rica – 100% Renewal Energy with departure from fossil fuel. The Central American country generated electricity entirely from renewal energy – the combination of hydroelectric and geothermal power permitting clean and affordable energy supply in 2015. The national commitment towards 100% carbon neutrality by 2021 sets important precedence for the rest of the world to follow suit.
  1. BrazilKayapo – Indigenous Tribe in Amazon protecting rainforests against miners, poachers, loggers and drillers in the region.     

     5.   Protecting endangered species – 

 A.  Irrawathi dolphins of Myanmar in Mekong river are critically endangered from fisheries and entrapment threatening the intelligent creature’s domain.

B. Save the Elephants – Elephants – the most fascinating and adorable member of animal kingdom is sadly now enlisted in endangered species.

C. Marine Mammals – The dismissal of global warming as a myth among skeptics slight polar bears plight in the arctic with melting glaciers posing challenge to marine mammals existence.

More on this topic to follow shortly.

The Humanitarian award recipients will be announced in due course.

Peace to all!

Thank You.

Padmini Arhant