International Day of Non-Violence 2021

Introduction – The International Day of Non-Violence is observed on October 2 annually to celebrate the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi who was born on October 2, 1869, in Porbandar in the state of Gujrat. He plays a significant role in the Independence of India by introducing movements against the British rule and became the Father of the Nation.

History – The United Nations proposed the International Day of Non-Violence in the year 2007 that remembers the important role in the Independence of India. This day honors the non-violence protests in the freedom of India. Firstly, this day was celebrated in the year 2007 when the United Nations General Assembly accepted a resolution on June 15, 2007.

Significance – The United Nations observed this day to honor the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi to spread the teachings of Gandhiji for non-violence movements in the freedom of our country worldwide. On this day, it provides an opportunity for spreading the message of nonviolence by raising public awareness and education.

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The United Nations approved this resolution with the purpose to establish a culture of tolerance, nonviolence, peace, and understanding the teachings of Great leader, Mahatma Gandhi that inspired millions of people worldwide to follow the path of nonviolence in any condition.

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  2. K.L. Hale says:

    Beautiful day of observance!

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      1. K.L. Hale says:

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