UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet Singh
(April 16, 1924- January 6, 2013)
97th Birth Anniversary
South Asia Foundation fondly remembers the visionary, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet Singh, author, diplomat, painter, photographer and philanthropist who dedicated his life to the principle of regional cooperation among the countries of South Asia. He is the first Indian in the history of UNESCO to be nominated UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador.
The South Asia Foundation pays tribute to the memory of its Founder and dedicates itself to achieving his vision for the Region.
“I do believe that history is not merely a series of accidents. It is a never-ending struggle between the reactionary, divisive warmongers and the people striving to realize their dream to live peacefully in cooperation with each other in a society where men and women love reason, despise hatred and violence.”
- UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet Singh
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