In pics: When children in India and Pakistan prayed for Peshawar

  • Osama Salman, None, New Delhi
  • Updated: Dec 17, 2014 19:44 IST

Tragedy brings people together, and it was humbling to see Indian and Pakistani schoolchildren pray for the young souls killed by Taliban militants in an attack on the Army Public School in Pakistan's Peshawar. Here are 11 pictures that truly define the spirit of brotherhood.

Holding candles and placards in their hand, Amritsar schoolchildren observe 2-minute silence in remembrance of the young children killed by Taliban militants in one of the most ghastly attacks in Pakistan. (PTI Photo)

Student in New Delhi pray for the victims killed in a military-run school in Pakistan's Peshawar. (Sonu Mehta/HT Photo)

Schools across India observed 2-minute silence to share the grief of those who lost their lives on Tuesday's attack. (Saumya Khandelwal/HT Photo)

Students of St Mary's School in Dwarka, New Delhi, expressed their grief at the morning assembly.(Vipin Kumar/HT Photo)

Mathura schoolchildren take part in a prayer for the 132 children who were mercilessly killed by the Taliban. (Reuters Photo)

Lahore students pray during a special ceremony for the victims of Tuesday's school attack in Peshawar. (AP Photo)

Students in Lahore, Pakistan, recite verses from the Quran during a praying ceremony for the victims of Tuesday's Army Public School attack. (AP Photo)

Pakistani students pray for the 132 children who lost their lives. Pakistan began three days of mourning after the country's deadliest ever terror attack, as the world united in revulsion. (AFP Photo)

Shimla schoolchildren too gathered to pay homage to children of Peshawar, (AFP Photo)

Pakistani students in Karachi pray for the victims of the army-run school. Over 140 children and school staff were massacred by the Taliban on Tuesday. (AFP Photo)

School children of Govt Primary School in Dwarka, New Delhi, observe 2-minutes of silence during their morning assembly to express their grief over the killing of innocent school children at Peshawar in Pakistan. (Vipin Kumar/HT Photo)

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