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This year, on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti, write a speech to children, include ‘these’ points – News18 Lokmat MEERI News

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Mumbai 28, September: India became independent on 15 August 1947. But India did not get independence easily. Many people lost their lives for that. Many people sacrificed. October 2 is the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation who dedicated his life for the freedom of the country. Like every year you have to prepare one thing. You will have to write a speech for the little one in your house. Every year school children are asked to give a speech on Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary. Then you have to prepare their speech. There are a few things you should keep in mind while preparing your speech. Speech preparation by children (Mahatma Gandhi birth anniversary speech for children) While doing this you should keep the following things in mind..

  • Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary is celebrated on October 2 every year across the country.
  • Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat.
  • His full name was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
  • Mahatma Gandhi is also known as Bapu.
  • Mahatma Gandhi’s special contribution in gaining independence from the British.

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  • Bapu played an important role in freeing the country from the clutches of the British.
  • After graduating as a barrister from London, he devoted his entire life to the name of the country.
  • He took the path of Satyagraha to protest. During his life he did many agitations against the British rule.
  • Champaranya Satyagraha, Non-cooperation Movement, Dandi Satyagraha, Dalit Movement, Quit India Movement are some of their major movements.
  • He played a major role in weakening the foundation of the British Empire.
  • On the strength of the principle of truth and non-violence, he forced the British to kneel several times.
  • Gandhiji was of the opinion that you can never get your rights by resorting to violence.

  • Mahatma Gandhi’s 152nd birth anniversary will be celebrated this year.
  • The International Day of Non-Violence is also observed on October 2 every year.
  • Bapu’s thoughts of truth and non-violence have always guided not only India but the entire world.
  • He fought for people’s rights throughout his life. He constantly raised his voice about the discrimination in the society.

Published by:Suraj Sakunde

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