World Peace Gong

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World Peace Gong in Hungary
World Peace Gong in Kremenchuk, Ukraine

The World Peace Gong (id: World Peace Gong created by HE Mr Djuyoto Suntani - President of the World Peace Committee for 202 Countries after Bali Bomb 12 October 2002. First launching by President of the Republic of Indonesia Mrs Megawati on 31 December 2002 at Bali, Indonesia. Second launching by Secretary General of United Nations Mr Kofi Annan on 5 February 2003 on Geneva, Switzerland. World Peace Gong is Facilitating Brotherhood and Humankind Unification in Planet Earth. Gong Perdamaian Dunia) is a symbol of world peace. It was made in the Jepara Regency of [1] Indonesia.


The function of the World Peace Gong[2] is to be peace in the world. The original World Peace Gong was cast in Jepara, Indonesia, before being taken around the world. Following this several gongs were created for permanent display in countries including Ukraine, China, Mozambique, India and Laos.

The first striking of the World Peace Gong was by the President of the Republic of Indonesia, H.E.Mrs Megawati Soekamoputri, on Bali on 31 December 2002 at 00:00 Central Standard time.

The Gong was struck for the following Events

The Grand Opening "Second Global Summit on Peace Through Tourism" 5–8 February 2003. United Nations Secretary General Geneva, Swiss - The Grand Opening "PATA Conference" 13–17 April 2003, Bali – Indonesia The Grand Opening "Borobudur International Festival" 11–17 June 2003, Central Java - Indonesia


  • Bali, Indonesia: The World Peace Gong Park can be found on the island of Bali, Indonesia Desa Budayal Kertalangu Bali. It was the venue for the Miss World Contestants commitment to World Peace, in September 2013, and World Peace Committee Summit in 2014.
  • Geneva, Switzerland
  • New Delhi, India
  • Penglai, Shandong, China
  • Gödöllő, Hungary: The World Peace Gong on the Szabadság (Liberty) square in Gödöllő, Hungary, is the fifth in the world. It was given by Indonesia as a present and a symbol of world wide friendship to the town of Gödöllő. The gong, a symbol of fraternity, shows the flags of all the countries, the symbols of all the religions and the maps of the oceans of the Earth and it was created by the World Peace Committee as a memento for the bomb attack in Bali in 2002. The Gong was offered to Gödöllő in 2007 as an acknowledgement of advance in civilization, technology and economy and the peaceful social circumstances in Gödöllő. The Gong weighs 150 kg; it is a 2m diametre bronze circle relic, the work of Djuyoto Suntani, an Indonesian sculptor. The gong was inaugurated on 2 May 2007. The story of the gong is engraved in the small plaque in front and the park around it is populated with shrub species typical in the Tropics.
  • Vientiane, Laos
  • Boyacá (Colombia)
  • Ambon (Indonesia)
  • Maputo (Mozambique)
  • Kremnchuk (Ukraine)
  • Vukovar (Croatia)
  • Jepara (Indonesia)[3]


  1. ^ "TIC JEPARA". External link in |website= (help)
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-04-23. Retrieved 2013-05-27.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Gödöllő - Városi Információs Portál".