Mahatma Gandhi is referred to as Bapu or Father of the Nation.
He is renowned for his immense influence during his time.
He was a remarkable leader, proficient in addressing both social and political issues.
Gandhi dedicated himself to promoting nonviolence, peace, and truth.
He relentlessly devoted all his efforts towards serving his country and its people.
Even today the world greatly reveres his unwavering commitment to truth and nonviolence.
Gandhi’s birth anniversary on October 2nd is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti every year.
He started significant movements like the Civil Disobedience Movement in 1930 the Non Cooperation Movement in 1920 and the British Quit India Movement in 1942 with the goal of attaining complete Swaraj (self rule).
Tragically Gandhiji was shot by Nathuram Godse on January 30th, 1948 at Birla Bhavan in New Delhi.
India and its journey towards independence will forever remember him as the Father of the Nation.