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    Indians And Pakistanis Are Using The Hashtag #ProfileForPeace To Send Each Other Messages Of Love

    Not today, hate politics. Not today.

    Tired of the increasing hate politics between India and Pakistan, Mumbaikar Ram Subramanian started a beautiful campaign yesterday called #ProfileForPeace.

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    Subramanian put up his photo holding up a note. It had the following caption:

    "This is the idea. Do join in if you believe in peace being the way forward. Write this message on a post it note, take a selfie and make it your profile picture #ProfileForPeace. No more artists being banned. This is my voice. This is our voice for our Mumbai, our India. Enough of hate politics. #SpeakUp"

    It didn't take long before other Indians started joining in.

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    After which the campaign went viral.

    Vikisha Parekh / Via

    And Pakistanis started tagging their selfies with #ProfileForPeace too.

    Now, thousands of shares later, contributions are still pouring in by the minute...

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    From people of different all ages and walks of life...

    And different regions, even conflicted ones...

    Celebs are beginning to partake too.

    Vishal Dadlani / Via Facebook: vishaldadlaniofficial

    Here's to tonnes of messages from folks who want peace and friendship to extend beyond borders...

    Because we're all the same.

    To participate, tag your love note selfie with #ProfileForPeace on social media.

    BuzzFeed tried getting in touch with Ram Subramanian, the initiator and organiser of the campaign, but hasn't received a response yet.

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