Happy Gandhi Jayanti 2022 Wishes, Quotes, Images, Status, Speech, Photos, Wallpaper, Video Download, Activities,Celebration

By | August 26, 2022

Happy Gandhi Jayanti 2022 Wishes, Quotes, Images, Status, Speech, Photos, Wallpaper, Video Download,Activities, Celebration:

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Gandhi Jayanti 2022: October 2 is considered to be a proud day for all Indians as it marks the birthday anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi who is also known as Father of nation. India today celebrates 150th birthday of Gandhiji, lovingly called as ‘Baapu’ and the day is rejoiced as Gandhi Jayanti across the nation. Born on October 2, 1869 at Porbandar in Gujarat, Bapu played a key role in India’s fight for attaining freedom from over 200 years of the ‘British Rule’. Bapu played a pivotal part in India’s freedom struggle by conducting several campaigns and reuniting Indians to make our country independent again. The day is also observed as the “International Day of Non-Violence” by the United Nations (UN). On this day, Bapu is being remembered for his principles of non-violence and Satyagraha that he followed. People wish each other with patriotic greetings, exchanging messages, images and GIFs of Mahatma Gandhi remembering his contribution in India’s road to independence. The tag of Mahatma ‘Great Soul’ was conferred upon him by Indian Poet and Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore. Tagore use to refer him as Mahatma in his letters to him. The famous bhajan ‘Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram’ is often played and sung by many while remembering Bapu and several schools, offices and government departments hold prayers and get-together to mark the occasion. We have compiled a list of greetings, wishes, WhatsApp status, quotes, SMS and Facebook posts on Gandhi Jayanti 2022: 1. The Father of the nation with the tools of truth and nonviolence, freed our nation from imperialism, follow path of truth and wisdom, pay homage to this great leader on Gandhi Jayanti 2022 and always.

The cardinal principle of Gandhiji‘s politics was not non-violence but no hatred for enemies. The non-violent civil disobedience was a by-product of his attempt to remove the hatred towards the British raj and make them hand over the reins of India to its people. In the history books, he has often been criticised for calling off non-cooperation movement on February 22, 1922. The British raj had crumbled and was on the brink of collapse as the non-cooperation movement was at its peak but as a direct result of Chauri Chaura violence, where protesters attacked the police station and 25 people were killed including 22 policemen, Gandhiji called off the movement. He was deeply pained by the violence. Often it is argued that had Gandhiji continued the movement, India would have been freed much before 1947. But he chose the right path, he chose non-violence over freedom.

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