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Mahatma Gandhi-a martyr

Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2nd October 1869 at the place Porbander in Gujarat. He was first interested in legal administration. He completed his studies in South Africa. He participated in Boer war, Zulu rebellion and championed the Indian cause. He was one of the greatest and famous freedom fighters. His two assets were simplicity and humility. He is said to be the father of our country. He said some slogans they were:
“do or die”
“simple living and high thinking”
“Politics bereft of religion is absolute dirt”
He followed some principles:-
Satyagraha- truth
Ahimsa – non violence, etc
He fasted in the year 1924 because of this harmony and riots caused between Hindus and Muslimsfor24days. He called out the Non co-operation movement in the year 1926. Kasturba Gandhi assisted Gandhi ji to fight in freedom struggle as she was Gandhi ji’s wife. Sarojini Naidu was called the nightingale by Gandhi ji as she was very interested in reading books. Thus he bought independence to our nation. Gandhi ji died on 30th January.
Gandhiji was the great freedom fighter. His remembrance is in our hearts.

We take pledge that we will make our country a better place to live in. we are inspired by Gandhiji because of his simplicity, humility and love towards the nation etc. We rethink as students should follow the Gandhian principles and ideals and make India a better place to live.

Dear Gandhiji thank you for sacrificing your precious life for our sake and the sake of our country.

“STRIVE TOWARDS EXCELLENCE”
Salute to the great person
-Mohandas KaramChand Gandhi.
Thanking you,
ALIYA SHARIFF,
TANIYA AMEENA.
8th Standard
Gulabi Girls’ high School

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