Gandhi Jayanti-A Paragraph

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Gandhi Jayanti-A Paragraph

Gandhi Jayanti-A Paragraph

Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi Jayanti-A Paragraph

Gandhi Jayanti is a national event in India. It has great significance in the lives of every Indian. It is celebrated annually on the 2nd of October, commemorating the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of India. Gandhiji was born on 2 October 1869 at Porbandar, Gujrat. He was a freedom fighter, great leader and advocate of Non-violence Policy in gaining a goal. Under his leadership, India got freedom from the hand of the English on August 15, 1947.  Considering his contribution to the nation, he is hailed as the ‘Father of India’ and his birth anniversary is celebrated every year as ‘Gandhi Jayanti’. Gandhi firmly believed in truth and non-violence. Not only Indians but foreigners also were inspired by his ideals. In  2007 the United Nations General Assembly announced that 2 October would be celebrated as ‘International Non-violence Day’. The President and Prime Minister of India celebrate this day by visiting the tomb of Mahatma Gandhi at Raj Ghat in New Delhi. They then pray there along with other political leaders of India. Since Gandhi respected all religions in India, that is why people from different religions gather at the Raj Ghat and pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated by people throughout the country as a national festival. Since it is a national festival, schools and colleges remain closed on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. On the day of Gandhi Jayanti, some cultural programs are also held in schools and colleges where the students take an active part.  Along with celebrating Gandhi Jayanti, we should take a  vow to be inspired by the noble ideals of Mahatma Gandhi. 0 0 0

Gandhi Jayanti-A Paragraph

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Gandhi Jayanti-A Paragraph

N. B. The article ‘Gandhi Jayanti-A Paragraph’ originally belongs to the book ‘Paragraph Writingby Menonim Menonimus.

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