Thousands gather at Trafalgar Square for candle-lit vigil

Tuesday 05th May 2015 09:43 EDT

On Tuesday 28 April, thousands of Londoners gathered in Trafalgar square for a vigil in tribute to those killed in Nepal earthquake disaster. The event was organised by representatives from London University Nepali Societies (SOAS, UCL, LondonMet, LSE, Queen Mary, Imperial and Westminster)who also raised funds for the post-disaster relief and recovery effort.

Mourners from the capital’s Nepalese community also led the candle-lit tribute, as a large banner reading “Pray for Nepal” was set up in the centre of the square

The Royals, and many other Humanitarian organisations have also made separate donations, to help the survivors at this disaster.

Besides in London, a prayer meeting was also held at the Queens Avenue Field in Aldershot on Monday 4 May at 2pm, by Shiva cultural community centre, to appeal for the Earthquake victims. 

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