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Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Gandhi Jayanti Speech -2

A very good morning to the excellencies, respected Principal sir, teachers and my dear colleagues. My name is … I study in class … standard. I would like to recite a speech on Gandhi jayanti. First of all I would like to say a big thank to my class teacher for giving me an opportunity to speech on this great occasion. As we all know that we gathered here every year to celebrate 2nd October, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. My dear friends, Gandhi Jayanti is not celebrated only in our country however it is celebrated as an event all over the world. 2nd of October is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti in India however as International Day of Non-Violence all across the world as he was a preacher of non-violence throughout his life.

His full name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi however popularly known as Bapu, Mahatma Gandhi or Father of the nation. He was born on 2nd October in 1869 at Porbunder, Gujrat. At this day, the President and Prime Minister of India pay homage to the Mahatma Gandhi’s statue at his samadhi by offering prayer, flowers, bhajans, devotional songs, etc at the Raj Ghat, New Delhi. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated in almost all the states and territories of India in order to commemorate the person who always respected the people of all the religions and communities in same manner. At this day, verses and prayers from religious holy books are read out especially his favorite ones like “Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram”. Prayer meetings are also held in various state capitals in the country. As this day has been declared as the national holiday by the government of India, all the schools, colleges, offices, etc remain closed throughout the country.

Mahatma Gandhi was a great person who struggled a lot and played a significant role in the achievement of freedom for India from British rule. He not only pioneered the unique method of non-violence to get freedom for India against British rule but also proved the world that freedom can be achieved peacefully through the path of non-violence. He is still remembered among us as the symbol of peace and truth.

Jai Hind

Thank You

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