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Long and Short Speech on Gandhi Jayanti
Very good morning to the excellencies, respected Principal sir, teachers, and my dear colleagues. As we all know that we are gathered here to celebrate a nice occasion called Gandhi Jayanti, I would like to recite a speech in front of you all. My dear friends, today is 2nd October, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
We celebrate this day with great enthusiasm every year to pay tribute to the Father of the Nation as well as remember his courageous deeds on the way of independence struggle for the country from British rule. We celebrate Gandhi Jayanti as one of the great national holidays all over India. The full name of the Mahatma Gandhi is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as Bapu or Father of the Nation.
The 2nd of October is also celebrated internationally as the International Day of Non-Violence because of being a preacher of non-violence throughout his life. The 2nd of October was declared as International Day of Non-Violence by the United Nations General Assembly on the 15th of June in 2007. We will always remember Bapu as a symbol of peace and truth. He was born on the 2nd of October in 1869 in a small town (Porbandar, Gujarat) however performed great deeds all through his life. He was a lawyer and he took his law degree from the U.K and practiced in South Africa. He had described his life history full of struggle in his autobiography named “My experiments with Truth”. He fought continuously with lots of patience and dare against British rule for the independence of India all through his life until the independence came on the way.
Gandhiji was the man of simple living and high thinking which has been set as an example to us. He was very against smoking, drinking, untouchability, and non-vegetarianism. On this day the selling of alcohol has been completely banned for the whole day by the government of India. He was the pioneer of truth and non-violence who started the Satyagraha movement for India’s freedom. It is celebrated with lots of preparations at the Raj Ghat, New Delhi (the cremation place of him) such as prayers, offerings of flower, playing his favorite song “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram, Patit Pavan Sita Ram…”, etc in order to pay homage to the Gandhiji. I would like to share one of his great sayings such as: “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”
Very good morning to the excellencies, respected Principal sir, teachers, and my dear colleagues. My name is … I study in class … standard. I would like to recite a speech on Gandhi Jayanti. First of all, I would like to say a big thanks to my class teacher for giving me an opportunity to speak on this great occasion. As we all know that we gathered here every year to celebrate 2nd October, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. My dear friends, Gandhi Jayanti is not celebrated only in our country however it is celebrated as an event all over the world. 2nd of October is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti in India however as International Day of Non-Violence all across the world as he was a preacher of non-violence throughout his life.
His full name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi however popularly known as Bapu, Mahatma Gandhi or Father of the nation. He was born on 2nd October in 1869 at Porbandar, Gujrat. On this day, the President and Prime Minister of India pay homage to the Mahatma Gandhi’s statue at his samadhi by offering prayer, flowers, bhajans, devotional songs, etc at the Raj Ghat, New Delhi. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated in almost all the states and territories of India in order to commemorate the person who always respected the people of all religions and communities in the same manner. At this day, verses and prayers from religious holy books are read out especially his favorite ones like “Raghupati Raghava Raja Ram”. Prayer meetings are also held in various state capitals in the country. As this day has been declared as the national holiday by the government of India, all the schools, colleges, offices, etc remain closed throughout the country.
Mahatma Gandhi was a great person who struggled a lot and played a significant role in the achievement of freedom for India from British rule. He not only pioneered the unique method of non-violence to get freedom for India against British rule but also proved the world that freedom can be achieved peacefully through the path of non-violence. He is still remembered among us as the symbol of peace and truth.
I would like to say very good morning to the excellencies, respected Principal sir, teachers, and my dear friends. My name is … I study in class … standard. My dear friends, we have gathered here to celebrate an auspicious occasion of 2nd October, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. On this day, the father of the nation took birth in 1869 at Porbandar, Gujrat. This celebration means a lot to us. The full name of Mahatma Gandhi is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi however popularly known as Gandhiji, father of the nation and Bapu all over the world. The birthday of Bapu gets celebrated all over the country as Gandhi Jayanti however all over the world as an event, International Day of Non-Violence.
Bapu took birth in a very small town of the country however his deeds were so great that no one could stop to get spread all over the world. He was the person who always believed in getting freedom from British rule very peacefully through non-violence. He was the pioneer of non-violence, and only an effective way to achieve freedom from British rule according to him. Bapu was a great freedom fighter who spent his whole life in the struggle for freedom of India.
After realizing a real pain of Indians, he started participating in various freedom movements together with the Gopal Krishna Gokhale. The campaigns that he runs for India’s freedom were non-co-operation movement, civil disobedience movement and quit India movement. He went to prison many times however never lose his patience of fighting peacefully. The whole life of Bapu has been set as an ideal example (in front of us and future generations) of patriotism, sacrifice, non-violence, simplicity, and firmness. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated with lots of preparations every year by the Indian people. The aim of celebrating this occasion is to pay tribute to the Bapu as well as let our future generations know about all the struggles made by Bapu in order to get freedom from British rule. It teaches us to be active with an open eye every time in order to maintain the honor of our motherland. I would like to share with you some sayings by Mahatma Gandhi:
“My life is my message.” and “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”
Jai Hind, Jai Bharat
Very good morning to the excellencies, principal sir, teachers, and my dear colleagues. My name is … I study in class … standard. I would like to recite a speech on this great occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. However, first of all, I would like to say a big thank to my class teacher for giving me this opportunity to speech here on this national occasion. My dear friends, we are here to celebrate Gandhi Jayanti (2nd of October means the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi). It is an auspicious occasion that provides us an opportunity to commemorate a great patriotic leader of the country. It is celebrated worldwide, nationally (as Gandhi Jayanti) and internationally (as International Day of Non-Violence).
Today, on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, I would like to focus on the life history of the father of the nation. Mahatma Gandhi was born on the 2nd of October in 1869 in a small town in India called Porbandar, Gujarat. The name of his parents was Karamchand Gandhi and Putlibai. After completing the education of primary and higher secondary, Bapu went to England in 1888 for getting higher education in law. After completing his law degree, he returned to India in 1891 and started participating in the independence movement of India. Once he became the victim of racism in South Africa which badly affected his soul, from then he started opposing the social evil of racism.
After his return to India, he met Gopala Krishna Gokhale and joined the movements of Indian freedom struggle in order to raise his voice against British rule. On the way to freedom of India, he started various movements such as the non-cooperation movement in 1920, Dandi March in 1930 and the Quit India movement in 1942. He was a great patriotic leader whose continuous efforts forced Britishers to go back on their back foot in 1947. We celebrate his birth anniversary to pay him a tribute and say him a thank to give us an Independent India.
Speech 5 – Role of Mahatma Gandhi in India’s Struggle for Freedom
Hon’ble Principal, Vice Principal, Respected Teachers and My Dear Friends – Warm Greetings to one and all!
I, Sarthak Pandey – from Grade IX, Section (C), on this auspicious occasion of Gandhi Jayanti would like to deliver a speech on the “Role of Mahatma Gandhi in India’s struggle for freedom”. Needless to say, the role of this legendary figure in winning back India’s freedom cannot be overlooked and history speaks volumes about his efforts. Popularly known as Bapu, he was a man of great character and fortitude.
Born on 2nd October in the year 1869 as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, he rose to become the great political leader of India during the 1900s. He took the reign of India’s freedom movement in his hands and guided the nation towards achieving independence. Our country was ruled by Britishers for more than 250 years. In order to join the movement, he came back from South Africa in the year 1915 leaving behind his glorious career in the field of law. He was requested by Gopal Krishan Gokhale to join the nation for this cause.
His contribution to the Independence Day movement cannot be simply summed up in words. Along with the other freedom fighters, such as Shahid Bhagat Singh, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Subhash Chandra Bose, Sarojini Naidu, Lala Lajpat Rai, and others, Mahatma Gandhi pushed Britishers to leave India. His several policies, chiefly the policy of non-violence became an instrumental tool in winning back the country’s freedom. With his effective policies, he became a source of inspiration for the people nationwide.
The then Viceroy of India, Lord Chelmsford, invited Mahatma Gandhi in the capital city of Delhi for a War Conference. In order to earn the trust of the British Empire, Gandhi gave his consent to make people join the army for World War I. However, he also mentioned to the Viceroy in a letter that personally “he will not injure or kill anybody, friend or foe”.
There is a village in Gujarat known as Kheda, which was once severely affected by floods and the local farmers requested the higher authority to let go of the taxes, post which Gandhi began a signature campaign to enable peasants to pledge for the non-payment of taxes. Besides, he also led a campaign for the social boycott of the talukdars as well as mamlatdars, i.e. revenue officials. In the year 1918, the government listened to their pleas and provided relaxation on the revenue payment until the situation of famine subsided.
Thus, besides taking an active part in the Independence Day movement of India Gandhi Ji also worked on various other fronts within the country for the deprived section of the society, such as farmers, untouchables and helping women finding their due place in society.
Interestingly, he was a leading spokesperson in the All India Muslim Conference and returned the honor that he was given by the Empire in South Africa during the Indian Ambulance Corps times. His involvement in the Khilafat movement raised him to fame and he became a national hero in no time.
In the end, it can be said that he was a man of great caliber whose involvement and great leadership in the India’s struggle for freedom cannot be forgotten by the generations to come.
This is all from my end, thank you!