Gandhi Jayanti 2020

Introduction – Mahatma Gandhi plays a very important role in the independence of India. He launched several movements against the British Rule and became the father of Nation.

Mahatma Gandhi's experiments with food and the lessons we can learn | The  Times of India

Personal Information – Mahatma Gandhi was born in on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar Gujarat. The name of the father of Gandhi is Karamchand Uttamchand Gandhi was a diwan (of Porbandar state. Putlibai was the mother of Mahatma Gandhi.  He was married with Kasturbai  in  May 1883

Several movement against British Rule – Gandhi was a lawyer bit was unable to start a law practice in India. In the year 1893, he moved to South Africa for representing an Indian merchant in a lawsuit. He stayed in South Africa for 21 years where raised a campaign against British rule.  After that he returned to India in the year 1915. He led nationwide campaigns against British Rule in India. Gandhi also protested against untouchability, expanding women’s rights and religious unity in our country.

Mahatma Gandhi- Father Of The Nation | Law Corner

 Later he launched the Dandi Salt march in the year 1930 with 400km. After that he introduced Quit India against British Rule in the year 1942. Britain granted independence in the year 1947. But unfortunately Mahatma Gandhi killed on January 30, 1948.  He was considered as the father of nation and and also known for “Bapu”.

Here Are 10 Inspirational Quotes From Mahatma Gandhi to Help You Live Life  to The Fullest

The birthday of Mahatma Gandhi at October 2 is celebrated as a Gandhi Jayanti which is a national holiday.  It also celebrated as a International Day of Non Violence in all over the world.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Dulcy Singh says:

    Very nice post 👍🏻👍🏻🙏

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  2. Sang says:

    Yes. Gandhiji is a leader of the world. Remembering him for the sake of readers all over the globe is very appropriate.

    The anecdotes of his life are a great inspiration for all times.

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    1. daneelyunus says:

      Yes u rite, thanks for appreciation and reading my post 😊

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