Appendix-IX (CBSE 2021)
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  • Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October every year to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of the Father of the Nation Sri Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Remembering Mahatma on his 153rd birth anniversary, worldwide celebrated as the “International Day of Non-violence”. The man who showed the world that non-violence is an effective and lasting way of defeating injustice. He is a great inspiration of truly embodying the principles of tolerance and peace. In his words “You must be the change you wish to see in the world”. May the spirit of truth and nonviolence be with us forever? The celebrations for Gandhi Jayanti 2022, started welcoming all the teachers and students explained the significance of the day. The programme began with lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest, Prof.S.N.Kattimani with a meaningful prayer service in the form of ‘Sarva Dharma Prarthana’. Prof.S.N. Kattimani conveyed the message to follow the path of harmony and peace as preached by Mahatma Gandhi. He said that people take this day to remember a man who is responsive in a huge way for the lives they are leading today. He reminded the importance of kindness, truth, non-violence, resilience, simplicity and peace – all the things Mahatma Gandhi stood for. Kannada Teacher Mr. Manjunath sang a song based on the truth and non-violence message of Bapu, recite poems and present their own sights on the Gandhian philosophy by the speeches and recitations. Finally the programme ended with a patriotic feeling in the hearts of all students and staff. On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, the great deeds of Bapu were remembered and the audience was left with a sense of pride. The event ended with his favorite prayer, ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram.
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