Gandhi, The Father of the nation and here is the profile of a leader who influenced thousands of Indians and people round the globe with his non violence philosophy.
A conference held earlier `Peace, Non-violence and Empowerment - Gandhian Philosophy in the 21st Century' was structured around
four presentations by Scholars and Gandhians. The subject emphasized was:
conflict resolution and peace-building
Gandhian philosophy for poverty eradication
education and people's empowerment
dialogue among peoples and cultures
towards a nuclear weapons free and non-violent world order
The 192 UN Member countries has declared 2nd October, Mahatma Gandhi's Birth Anniversary as 'International Day of Non Violence' Day desiring to secure a culture of peace, tolerance, understanding and non-violence.
The Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad is a witness to many important historical events and is a national heritage. Sabarmati Ashram was home to Mohandas where he worked and practiced his principles for more than 18 years. It remained a major hub of political activities for the country. The Satyagraha Ashram carried a mission to create a non violent group of freedom fighters who helped in the freedom fight of the country. The Gandhian followers led a path of truth and non violence under Mahatma Gandhi's guidance. One of the important events was the Dandi Yatra -
Kidsfreesouls salute the great leader and highly believe in the Gandhi Principles. You can find the profile of Gandhijihere alongwith the Constructive plans and a Quiz on My Experiments with the Truth from my print media (Freesouls in Sambhaav newspapers) competition taken earlier.
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- ilaxi patel Editor, www.kidsfreesouls.com Newspaper for Kids Author of Guardian of Angels