The Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms program


The Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms program is a groundbreaking project that promotes global peace and harmony. Through peace dedications, the initiative encourages notable landmarks, capitals, and significant natural locations to inspire communities and nations to a shared commitment to a world of peace.


From the Mount Everest to the Chinese wall 

The American and Canadian Niagara Falls,
the Nepalese Mount Everest, the Swiss Matterhorn, the Australian
Great Barrier Reef, the American Grand Canyon,
the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil, the Chinese Great Wall,
the French Eiffel Tower,
the American Statue of Liberty,
and the Sydney Opera House in Australia

are among the most notable Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms. These dedications are powerful symbols of peace that remind us of our collective commitment to making the world a better place.


Peace symbols

The dedication plaques not only remind us of nature's greatness, but also that each country and culture has its unique peace sign. We all want the same thing: to live in a more peaceful and accepting environment. These peace symbols unite us and deepen our solidarity in our common quest for peace.


Founded by Sri Chinmoy, an unstoppable peace ambassador, the program believes that peace is a dynamic force that can transform the world, not just the absence of violence or conflict. Sri Chinmoy dedicated his life to promoting peace and harmony, and his teachings, writings, and activities continue to inspire people all around the world who are working to make the world a better place.

Sri Chinmoy's philosophy emphasizes the importance of inner peace as a foundation for creating peace in the outer world. His teachings encourage individuals to cultivate a peaceful mindset through meditation and self-transformation.

By spreading this message, the program aims to empower individuals to become agents of positive change and contribute to a more peaceful and harmonious global society. 


Learn more about the international peace initiatives

established by Sri Chinmoy.

Since its inception in 1986, the Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms program has dedicated over 900 notable places, capitals, and landmarks around the world to the cause of peace. These locations, which involve more than 150 countries, serve as reminders of the perennial importance of peace. All of these dedication ceremonies are held in partnership with municipal, state, and national authorities and are commemorated by Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms plaques. 


These inaugurations serve as powerful reminders of our shared commitment to a world at peace and as sources of inspiration for future generations who will uphold these values.


The Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms initiative is much more than a collection of awards and commitments. It is an effective means of promoting cooperation, communication, and peace among diverse groups and nations all over the world. They together encourage individuals and communities to pledge to establishing a more peaceful world through the dedication of monuments and key sites.


The program is a strong reminder of the value of the human spirit.

It shows us that even in times of turmoil, we have the option of choosing peace. We can choose to make a collective commitment to creating a more peaceful world and work toward it incrementally.

As our increasingly interconnected world progresses, the Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms initiative reminds us of the need of banding together in our shared commitment to making the world a more peaceful place.

Sri Chinmoy Peace-Blossoms-Nations 

152 countries on all continents


Sri Chinmoy National Peace Capitals 

Ottawa, Canada (6 Nov 92)

Oslo, Norway (25 Jun 97)

Canberra, Australia (16 Mar 93)

Reykjavík, Iceland (27 Jun 93)

Wellington, New Zealand (30 Jul 93)

Edinburgh, Scotland (25 Feb 94)

Cardiff, Wales (31 Jul 97)

Stockholm, Sweden (Jun 98)

Guatemala City, Guatemala (8 Jan 98)

Suva, Fiji (8 Jan 94)

Bern, Switzerland (11 Nov 98)

Sri Chinmoy Peace Borders

The entire 200km border between Norway and Russia (21 Nov 93)
The border between Austria, Italy and Slovenia (12 Jun 94)

Sri Chinmoy Peace States 

Thirteen American states, including Massachusetts (6 Apr 93); Connecticut (19 Apr 93); Florida (27 Apr 93); North Carolina (5 May 93); New Jersey (9 Jul 93); Delaware (13 Apr 93); Rhode Island (23 Jul 93) and Washington (1 Aug 93

Sri Chinmoy Peace Cities 

More than 200 cities—Sydney (21 Mar 93), Melbourne (19 Mar 93), Australia; Bergen (30 Jul 93), Norway; Leeds (24 Oct 95), UK; Durban (23 Jan 96), Cape Town (23 Dec 95), South Africa; Philadelphia (4 Dec 92), Seattle (24 Jun 95), USA

Sri Chinmoy Peace Delta 

The Mekong Delta (28 Dec 92), site of the most bitter fighting of the Viet Nam war.

 The Severn-Wye Bridge, dedicated as a Sri Chinmoy Peace Bridge, 15 Nov, 1991


Natural Wonders

Sri Chinmoy Peace Falls

Niagara Falls (15 Apr 92), Canada

Victoria Falls (2 Jan 96), Zimbabwe

Sri Chinmoy Peace Mountains and Summit

Summit of Mt. Fuji (27 Jan 97), Japan

Ghenge Liru, 6581m (21 Dec 94), in the Himalayas of Nepal

the Matterhorn (25 Jul 92), Switzerland

Mt. McKinley, USA

Khan Tengri, 6995m (15 Oct 96), Kyrgyzstan

Sri Chinmoy Peace Marine Park

The Great Barrier Marine Park (16 Jul 93), one of Seven Natural Wonders of the World

Sri Chinmoy Peace Lakes

Lake Baikal (10 Jul 94), the world's deepest freshwater lake

Lake Zurich (2 Jul 97), Switzerland


Man-made Structures: The Sydney Opera House, Australia

Sri Chinmoy Peace Bridges

Sixteen bridges joining nations, including Sweden-Norway, Sweden-Finland, England-Wales, Switzerland-Austria, Belgium-France, Canada-USA, Mexico-USA, Belarus-Poland, Austria-Slovenia; Forth Bridge, Edinburgh
Sri Chinmoy Peace Airports
The international airports of Geneva, Switzerland; Prague, Czech Republic; Harare, Zimbabwe; Cape Town, South Africa; Mactan-Cebu City, Philippines; Ngurah Rai, Bali

Sri Chinmoy Peace Stadium

Népstadion, Olympic-style athletic complex, Budapest, Hungary
Sri Chinmoy Peace Track
Robertson Stadium Track at the University of Houston
Northgate Sports Centre, Ipswich, UK


Each new moment Is a new Golden opportunity

Sri Chinmoy