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Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Latest Circular for Quiz Competition on 150th Janm Jayanti of Mahatma Gandhi

 

Latest Circular for Quiz Competition on 150th Janm Jayanti of Mahatma Gandhi

 


Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869 at a place called Porbandar in Gujarat.  His full name was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.  His father's name was Karamchand Gandhi.  Mohandas's mother's name was Putlibai, who was the fourth wife of Karamchand Gandhiji.  Mohandas was the last child of his father's fourth wife.  Mahatma Gandhi is considered the leader and 'Father of the Nation' of the Indian National Movement against British rule


 Gandhiji's family- Gandhi's mother Putlibai was highly religious.  His routine was divided at home and temple.  She regularly fasted and used to do service to someone in the family day and night when she fell ill.  Mohandas was brought up in the Ramay family in Vaishnavism and Jainism had a strong influence on him with tough policies.  Whose main principle is to believe in non-violence and all things in the world as eternal.  Thus, they naturally adopted non-violence, vegetarianism, fasting for self-purification, and mutual tolerance among those who follow different creeds.


 Gandhiji - Mohandas was an average student as a student, although he also occasionally won awards and scholarships.  He was not fast in both studies and sports.  He loved serving the ailing father, sharing the mother's hand in household chores, and going on long walks alone when he got time.  In his words - 'Learned to obey the elders, do not take meek


Young Gandhi Ji - In 1887, Mohandas somehow passed the matriculation examination of 'Mumbai University' and enrolled in 'Samaldas College' located in Bhavnagar.  Suddenly, going from Gujarati to English language, he started having some difficulty in understanding the lectures.  Meanwhile, there was a discussion about his future in his family.  If the decision was left to him, he wanted to become a doctor.  But rip-off was not allowed in the Vaishnava family.  At the same time it was also clear that if he had to follow the family tradition of attaining a high position in a royal family of Gujarat, he would have to become a barrister and Gandhiji had to go to England.


 In this way, Gandhiji's mind did not seem to be special in his 'Samaldas College', so he readily accepted this proposal.  The image of England in his young mind was 'the land of philosophers and poets, the center of the whole civilization'.  He reached London in September 1888.  10 days after arriving there, he entered an 'inner temple' in one of the four law colleges in London.

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