Speech on Gandhi Jayanti – 1
Speech on Gandhi Jayanti: Good morning to all of you, respected headmasters, teachers and my dear friends. As we all know that we are all here to celebrate a lovely festival which is called Gandhi Jayanti, on this occasion I want to give a speech in front of you all. My dear friends, October 2 is the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi.
We celebrate this day with full enthusiasm every year to pay tribute to the Father of the Nation as well as remember his courageous deeds in the way of freedom struggle for the country from British rule. We celebrate Gandhi Jayanti as a big national holiday all over India. The full name of Mahatma Gandhi is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and he is also famous as Bapu and Father of the Nation.
October 2 is also celebrated internationally as International Day of Non-Violence because he was a preacher of non-violence throughout his life. On 15 June 2007, 2 October has been declared by the United Nations General Assembly as the International Day of Nonviolence. We will always remember Bapu as a symbol of peace and truth. Bapu was born on 2 October 1869 in the small town of Porbandar in Gujarat, while he did great things throughout his life.
He was a lawyer and took his law degree from England and practiced law in South Africa. In his biography titled “Experiment with Truth”, he has told his entire history of independence. He fought with full patience and courage against the British rule for the independence of India throughout his life until independence was achieved. Gandhiji was a man of simple living and high thinking, whom he put before us as an example.
He was vehemently opposed to smoking, drinking, untouchability and non-vegetarianism. Liquor is completely banned by the Indian government on the day of his birth anniversary. He was the pioneer of truth and non-violence who started the Satyagraha movement for the independence of India. It is celebrated at Raj Ghat in New Delhi with a lot of preparations like prayer, offering flowers, paying tribute to Gandhiji by playing his favorite song “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram”.
I would like to share with all of you one of his great sayings “A person is a creature created by his thoughts, he becomes what he thinks”. Jai Hind Thank You Speech
Short Speech on Gandhi Jayanti – 2~
Good morning to all of you, respected headmasters, teachers and my dear friends. My name is Rahul, I study in class 7. I would like to make a speech on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. First of all I would like to thank my class teacher who gave me the opportunity to deliver the speech on such a great occasion.
As we all know that every year we all gather on 2nd October to celebrate the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. My dear friends, Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated not only in his own country but as International Day of Non-Violence all over the world because he was a pioneer of non-violence throughout his life.
His full name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, although he is famous as Bapu and Father of the Nation and Mahatma Gandhi. He was born on 2 October 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat. On this day, tributes are paid to Mahatma Gandhi at his Samadhi Sthal at Raj Ghat in New Delhi by the Prime Minister and President of India through prayers, flowers, hymns etc.
Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated in all the states and union territories of India to remember Gandhi who always gave respect to all religions and communities with one eye. Dohas and prayers are read from holy religious books on this day especially his favorite hymn “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram”. Prayer meetings are held in the state capitals of the country.
As declared by the Government of India on this day as a national holiday, all schools, colleges, offices, etc., remain closed all over the country. Mahatma Gandhi was a great person who fought a lot and played an important role in achieving India’s independence from British rule.
He was not only the pioneer of the unique method of non-violence to achieve freedom for India against the British rule, but he proved to the world that freedom can be achieved in a peaceful way by following the path of non-violence. He is still remembered among us as a symbol of peace and truth. Jai Hind Thank You Speech
Speech on Gandhi Jayanti for school in English
I would like to say a loving greeting to all the honorable, respected headmasters, teachers and my dear friends. My name is Naveen Tyagi, I study in class 8th. My dear friends, we all have gathered here to celebrate this auspicious occasion of 2nd October, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi.
On this day, the Father of the Nation of India was born in 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat. This festival means a lot to us. The full name of Mahatma Gandhi is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, although he is also famous all over the world by the names of Father of the Nation, Gandhiji and Bapu.
Bapu’s birthday is celebrated in the country as Gandhi Jayanti while it is celebrated as International Day of Non-Violence all over the world. Bapu was born in a very small town of the country, although his work was very great, which no one could stop it from spreading all over the world.
He was a person who believed in getting India independence from the British rule by following the path of non-violence. He was a pioneer of non-violence, according to him it was the only effective way to get freedom from British rule. Bapu was a great freedom fighter who gave his whole life in the struggle for India’s freedom.
After realizing the real pain of Indians, he started participating in many movements along with Gopal Krishna Gokhale. Non-cooperation Movement, Civil Disobedience and Quit India Movement are the campaigns which he launched for the independence of India. He went to jail several times but never lost his patience and continued his fight peacefully.
Bapu’s entire life (for present and future generations) is a perfect example of patriotism, dedication, non-violence, simplicity and perseverance. Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated every year by the Indian people with a lot of preparations.
The purpose of celebrating this festival is to pay tribute to Bapu as well as tell the future generations about the struggle made by Bapu in getting freedom from British rule. It teaches us to be alert for our motherland at all times with open eyes.
I would like to share with you all a great statement made by Mahatma Gandhi. “My life is my message, and you have to bring about the change you want to see in the world.” Jai Hind Jai Bharat Thank You Speech