Best Speech on Gandhi Jayanti for Students, Teachers, Professors -
Best Speech on Gandhi Jayanti for Students, Teachers, Professors:
|Best Speech on Gandhi Jayanti for Students, Teachers, Professors|
1. Best Speech on Gandhi Jayanti for Students, Teachers, Professors:
"Dear respected teachers and my dear friends, Today I would like to speak about our Father of the Nation, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi born on 2nd October 1869 in porbunder, Gujarat. His father was Karamchand Gandhi and mother Putlibai. Gandhiji Married Kasturba at the age of 13. He wants to become a barrister. So, he went to England for Higher Studies in 1888. He studied law in U.K and practiced law in South Africa. At the time of practicing his law in South Africa. There was a huge demand for Indian Lawyers in South Africa.
During these days, racism is very high in South Africa. Gandhi was also one of the victims of racism by thrown out of the running train. He returned to India in 1915, Gandhi met Gopala Krishna Gokhale who was an Indian freedom fighter and discussed the movements of Indian freedom struggle. He joined in this movement which was against the British ruling of India.
Bapu started a movement in 1920 i.e. Non-Cooperation movement. The main theme of the movement is not to co-operate with British people in any activities. In 1930 he made a dandy march by walking around 400km. The Dandi march is against the British law of production of salt. In 1942 he made ‘quit India movement’ with the help of this event he sent a message to British East India Company to leave our country. With all his efforts & these movements, British people leave India. Finally, India got independence on 15th August 1947.
Mahatma Gandhi shot dead by Nathuram Godse on 30th January 1948. He was cremated at Raj Ghat, New Delhi."
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