Gandhi Jayanti 2023:  Gandhi's Life and Legacy

Remembering Mahatma Gandhi:  A Tribute on Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi Jayanti, celebrated on October 2nd, marks the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, a pioneer of non-violence and social justice.

Mahatma Gandhi came from a modest background and later studied law in London.

Gandhi's journey towards non-violence began during his time in South Africa, where he fought against discrimination using peaceful means.

The iconic Salt March of 1930 was a pivotal moment in India's struggle for independence, led by Gandhi. It symbolized defiance against British salt taxes.

Gandhi believed in the power of non-violence, or 'Ahimsa,' as a means to achieve social and political change.

Gandhi's legacy lives on, inspiring movements for civil rights, equality, and justice worldwide.

Quote by Gandhi - "Gandhi's wisdom in his own words: 'Be the change that you wish to see in the world.'"

Global Impact- Leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela were influenced by Gandhi's principles of non-violence.

On this Gandhi Jayanti, let us remember the values of peace, non-violence, and social justice. Be the change, and strive for a better world.