India’s ‘prayer for peace’ has become a national symbol, says PM

BYLINE: By KYLE BRANDT SECTION: WISHESCOPE NEWS; PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK; IP address: 50.226.130.130; BSD Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2017 22:09:49 -0700 Subject: Wish candles co. launches ad campaign to promote peace article The ‘Wish Candle Co.’, an online ad campaign, was launched to promote the use of wish candles for peace.

The company’s founder said the campaign aims to bring the country back to the peaceful times of old by encouraging people to use the candle in peace.

He said the idea was to bring peace and calm to the country.

The campaign has been in the works for some time. “

There is a need for a candle for peace, he added.

“We want to make it an international brand, which can be used for peace and quiet, he continued. “

“Peace will come from within the candle, he asserted. “

“People have a need to put a candle on their hands, on their chest, wherever they go. “

We have asked people to put their wish candle on a plate and to hold it with their hands.” “

People have a need to put a candle on their hands, on their chest, wherever they go.

We have asked people to put their wish candle on a plate and to hold it with their hands.”

The company, which also sells the candle to other groups, said it is not the first time a candle has been made a symbol of peace in India.

A candle used to symbolize the nation’s independence from Britain was used by Mohandas Gandhi to inspire people to fight for independence from England.

India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been using the candle since the 1950s, with many communities in the northern Indian state of Tamil Nadu using the symbol to call for a return to the Hindu majority rule.