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Gandhi Jayanti - Importance & Celebration in India

Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

October 2 is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary. This year marks the 151st birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He was born on October 18, 1869, in Porbandar, Gujarat. He is honored for his immense contribution to the Indian independence movement and his philosophy towards life. His philosophies have greatly influenced people's lives.

 

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes


Gandhi not only contributed to the Indian independence struggle, but he also fought for change in society.  He fought against the pre-existing Indian caste system and worked towards abolishing the inhuman behavior of the untouchables.  He also fought for equality and brotherhood in society.  His beliefs and policies inspired the masses to bring the powerful colonial empire to its knees.  His words still inspire young people today.  His idea of ​​non-violence has taught everyone that one can gently move the world.


Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi is a staunch follower of Mahatma Gandhi.  He requested for the first time in the history of India that Gandhi Jayanti would not be a holiday for government employees. Every government employee has to report to work to take a ‘transparent oath.’

 

Importance Of Gandhi Jayanti

 

The day gives people a chance to recall and learn from Gandhiji's life experience and his significant role in the country's independence movement. Moving to South Africa as a young lawyer in 1793, Gandhi was first involved in the social struggle as a lawyer for millions of indigenous workers and business people of Indian descent against the oppressive, racist regime in South Africa. After nearly a decade of giving socio-political rights to the Origin colonial government and ending injustice to the people of Indian descent, Gandhi took the path of mass movement and finally achieved Satyagraha victory in 1915 when the government agreed to all the significant demands put forward by Gandhiji.

 

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes

Gandhi Jayanti, Mahatma Gandhi Quotes

Respecting his Satyagraha buddhiman for more than two decades in South Africa, Gandhiji returned to India and joined the Indian National Congress under the tutelage of his mentor Gopal Krishna Gokhale. The non-cooperation Khilafat movement came as a golden opportunity for Gandhiji to limit the unity of Hindus and Muslims in the country. After the success of the non-cooperation movement, Gandhiji later started the Civil Disobedience Movement, the Quit India Movement, and finally achieved independence for the country. In addition to his immense struggle and non-violence, Gandhiji was also a very small nationalist who could understand the nation's vibrancy and choose the right time and place to start the battle.


Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

Celebration At Raj Ghat - Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

 

Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated as a national holiday.  A prayer meeting was held in front of the idol at Raj Ghat, New Delhi.  The President and Prime Minister of India are present at the Gandhi memorial every year. His famous song Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram sang every year in his memory.

 

Celebration At School - Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

 

Every year on 2nd October, schools in India organize various events to celebrate Gandhi Jayanti.  The students of the school enthusiastically took part in the celebration of Gandhi Jayanti.  This day is also celebrated around the world as the International Day of Peace.  Students sing a song based on Bapu's valid and non-violent message.  They recited poems and presented their Gandhian philosophy.  Young children celebrate the event by dressing up as Gandhiji as well as performing nationalist songs.  Students took part in rallies using banners that signaled the significance of peace and non-violence across the country.

 

Contribution Of Mahatma Gandhi's Ideology To The World

 

Several developments are happening in the world that indicate a growing interest in nonviolent alternatives to present their views.  People involved in this development know well the name of Mahatma Gandhi and his philosophy.  On the other hand, they are promoting the values ​​and principles that stood.

 

Mahatma Gandhi Famous Quotes- Gandhi Jayanti

 

  • The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
  • Be the change that you wish to see in this world
  • whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.


 Message On Gandhi Jayanti

 

Mahatma Gandhi's contribution to bringing back peace and non-violence in this world is incomparable.  His teachings must be preached to resolve current conflicts, to avoid violence, and to find peaceful solutions to every problem, small or large, to make this world a better place.


Mahatma Gandhi Movements

During the Indian independence struggle, Gandhi was in favor of many peaceful protests and demonstrations.  These protests were conducted with the principle of non-violence (Ahimsa).  On his 150th birth anniversary, a summary of the critical movement made Gandhi the father of the nation.

1. Dandi March | Dandi March Date

The Dandi March or Salt March began on March 12, 1930, and continued till April 6, 1930. It was a 24-day non-voilent march led by Mahatma Gandhi.

Mahatma Gandhi Dandi march

Mahatma Gandhi

2. Champaran Movement (1917): 

Gandhi's active participation in the freedom struggle began when he led the Champaran Rebellion in Bihar.  This movement was an aspect of civil disobedience to the British to agree to the peasants' demands, who were forced to cultivate indigo.  He signed an agreement that allowed the British to control and compensate the peasants, canceling the increase in revenue and collection.  After the success of this movement, Gandhi attained the status of Mahatma.

 

3. Non-Cooperation Movement (1920): 

After so many years of his active participation, Gandhi realized that the British could stay in India only because of the cooperation they received from the Indians.  In response, he started a non-cooperation movement.  He made people understand that non-cooperation is the key to freedom.  He also set the goal of Swaraj or self-government.

 

Ending Thoughts - Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi Jayanti is named after Gandhi's memorial in Delhi, Raj Ghat, and India, where prayer services and homage are offered. Popular activities include prayer meetings, commemorative ceremonies in various cities by colleges, local government institutions, and socio-political organizations.  Painting and essay competitions are conducted. The best prizes are awarded for celebrating Gandhi's Indian independence movement and promoting a non-violent way of life in schools and communities. Across the country, statues of Mahatma Gandhi are adorned with flowers and garlands, and some people avoid drinking alcohol or eating meat on that day. Government buildings, banks, and post offices are closed.

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