Gandhi Jayanti 2022: Wishes, Messages, greetings, Quotes, Facebook and WhatsApp Status and wallpaper
Mahatma Gandhi by name of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Born on October 2, 1869, Porbandar India and He died on January 30, 1948, Delhi. He was a Indian lawyer, politician, social activist, and writer. who became the leader of the nationalist movement against the British rule of India. Do you know?? Even beyond our nation. 2nd October is famous as the International Day of Non Violence. As he was the person to believe in non-violence. He never chose violence but to fight without violence. He is the living sign of truth and peace. In the year 1869, this famous person took birth on the 2nd of October. He was from a small town in Porbunder Gujarat. He then pursued his education and studied law from the United Kingdom. After his completion, he practiced law in South Africa. Even Gandhiji elaborated his childhood in the autobiography as "My Experiments with Truth. He also added that his wife Kasturba was a selection of his mother.
Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi got married when he was 13 years old to Kasturba. And was dedicated to the motherland. He is the one to set an example of great thinking while living a simple life. He always valued simple and intelligence over money and violence. He was always against any kind of addictions. He is a face of intelligence, non-violence, and great thinking minds to the world. He has done uncountable things for the nation and some of the famous contributions of this great Man are the Non-violent and civil rights to get independence. Other than this, Quit India Movement and Salt Satyagraha and many more.
Do you india along with world are celebrating 2nd October as international day for non-violence. The entire nation celebrates the birth anniversary of Bapuji. Different programs are set by the political parties, government, civic bodies and much more throughout the nation to celebrate his birthday. Even the schools and colleges celebrate this remarkable date by setting several occasions. Students perform different activities which are guided by the teachers, Principal and Vice-Principal gives lectures about the famous personality. This follows by offering garland to the picture or status of Gandhi and one minute of silence.
This year also the nation is going to celebrate Gandhi Jayanti in a similar way on 2nd October Friday. You can check the Prime Minister paying tribute to the father of the nation on Television and several occasions are being held by the political parties. Gandhi and the struggle for non-violence The name of Mahatma Gandhi transcends the bounds of race, religion and nation-states. And emerged as the prophetic voice of the twenty-first century. The world remembers Gandhi for his passionate adherence to the practice of non-violence and his gratitude work for poor peasants and people. 75th birthday was the most celebrated one during his entire lifetime.
It was also the day when Gandhi would finally see the money that was raised by the Kasturba Gandhi National Memorial Trust. A fund established in memory of his wife Kasturba who passed away on 22 February 1944. One's again Let's celebrate Gandhi Jayanti and is an event celebrated in India to mark the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. It is celebrated annually on 2 October, and is one of the three national holidays of India. #GandhiJayanti #Minorstudy #Gandhi #iconic #wonderfulnature #NonViolence #naturelove #ATrulyGlobalMinorstudy #harghartiranga #initiative #India #indiagreat #godlover #thegreatindia #pmmodi #modi #Sharodotsava #nationlover #motherland #celebrating