NEW DELHI: With his vision for a better world and a much better India Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi , revered as Gandhiji and fondly called as Bapu, The Father of Nation had a gentle and polite approach to life contrary to a fierce and ferocious attitude. Non-violence and truth were his weapons and a benevolent attitude was his armour. Mahatma Gandhi is alive through his ideas both at national and international levels. The world celebrates October 2 (his birth anniversary) as Gandhi Jayanti.
On this Gandhi Jayanti, we need to remember his ideas by putting them into practice in our daily lives. This is the only way we can pay the due respects to the Father of the Nation.
Gandhi Jayanti: 5 Famous Quotes Of Bapu Every Student Should Know
Gandhi Jayanti 2017: 5 Famous Quotes Of Bapu Every Student Should Know On This October 2
On the occasion of his birth anniversary, given below are few traits every student should have, in the eyes of Gandhiji:
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever".
"A student is he who continuously uses his faculty of observation, puts two and two together and carves out for himself a path in life".
Be the change...
"Be the change that you want to see in the world."
"Without action you aren't going anywhere".
"Glory lies in the attempt to reach one's goal and not in reaching it".
Commemorating wisdoms of Bapu, schools students all over the country are all set to participate in various cultural programmes which includes patriotic songs, plays on Mahatma Gandhi's life, debate competition, etc.
Students should also pledge for a safer and cleaner India. Every student should ensure that an extra effort is made for this noble work. Help in keeping the country clean and its citizens healthy.
Reading and writing were major habits a student may follow from Mahatma Gandhi's life. It is a phenomenal feat that Mahatma Gandhi wrote 55000 pages, which is produced in 100 volumes of collected works by the government of India.
And we need to remember that Mahatma Gandhi wrote this by hand, when there were no computers.