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Gandhi Jayanti 2021:The day of Prayers and wishes!

Kavishala LabsKavishala Labs October 2, 2021
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On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti 2021, Kavishala celebrates the precious memories of Mahatma Gandhi.

Gandhi Jayanti 2021 this year marks the 152nd birth anniversary of one of India's most inspiring leaders of all time the one and only Mahatma Gandhi.

Mostly called Bapu by the millions of populations, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on the 2nd of Oct 1869, in Porbandar, Gujarat.

Mahatma Gandhi

The man of honesty

The man of Greatness

He is our Mahatma

The father of our nation!

Born in a family

Of Cultured background

Grown in a circle

Of Loving parents.

Honest, truthful and simple

Of body so frail yet nimble

With heart so big and true

With gifts but given to few.

Made many mistakes

Realized his faults

Vowed never to repeat them

And never committed them again.

Loved his motherland

Brought her freedom

With the weapon of non-violence

And not a drop of blood-shed.

Bravely to prison he went

Though old and bent

Many a blow did he get

Yet never did he fret.

With guns and knives, he did not fight

Satyagraha was his eternal might

India's independence he fought and won

Bloodshed and bitterness there was none.

Adopted penance and fasting

Started the Satyagraha

Gave up foreign goods

And inspired wearing Khadi.

Mahatma Gandhi's birth Anniversary is religiously marked by prayer meetings and tributes across the country, for Mahatma Gandhi, who played a significant role in India's independence, and was widely known for his principles of non-violence and truth and had started implementing them very early in his life.

The day has also assumed an international significance after The UN General Assembly decided to observe the 2nd of October as the International Day of Non-Violence every year.

Exciting Trivia about Gandhi Ji:-

Being a law graduate and biggest follower of Jainism. Between 1888 and 1891, he stayed in London and promised himself to be a vegetarian. Later, Gandhi joined the executive committee of the London Vegetarian Committee and then began reading a variety of holy books to gain knowledge on cross-religions.

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