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City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor

For Immediate Release
H.H. Sri Viswayogi Visits Knoxville
Mayor Brown and H.H. Sri ViswayogiOctober 20, 2011 - On Thursday, His Holiness Sri Viswayogi Viswamjee Maharaj conveyed blessings and met with Mayor Brown to share his message of Universal Integration and Peace.

He presented a Certificate of Appreciation to Mayor Brown for his "outstanding and dedicated community service and for exceptional efforts in promoting human values, peace and harmony."

H.H. is a Universal Yogi and a Spiritual Humanist from Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India and is currently visiting Knoxville on his 11th visit to the U.S.A.

He has travelled across the country touching all the major cities and states on a journey to foster unity while meeting with people from all sections of society.

He has spoken to students at the University of Tennessee as well as meeting with several religious organizations.

"We all belong to only one family," Maharaj said. "Whatever the religion may be, whatever the race may be, whatever the nation may be, whatever the language may be, we are all human beings and we are all human family."

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