Gandhi Jayanti 2022: Wishes, Quotes, Images, Status, Unknown Facts

The 153rd anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s birth will be observed on October 2, 2022, as the International Day Of Non-Violence. Mahatma Gandhi sometimes referred to as “Bapu” and the “father of the nation,” was a tenacious freedom fighter who fought to free our country from oppressive British tyranny.

Every year on the anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, prayer gatherings and tributes take place all around the nation, and kids can be seen participating in painting and essay contests that have been set up by schools and other groups. Mahatma Gandhi, who was instrumental in bringing about India’s freedom, was well renowned for his commitment to the nonviolent pursuit of the truth, and he began carrying these values out very early in his life.

Since the United Nations General Assembly agreed to recognise October 2 as International Day of Non-Violence every year, the day has also gained international significance.

Unknown Facts About Mahatma Gandhi

We present to you a list of 10 lesser-known facts about Bapu in honour of his 152nd birthday.

Mahatma Gandhi Known Facts

:- According to certain sources, Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore gave him the label “Mahatma.”

:- Mahatma Gandhi was a nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize five times, in 1937, 1938, 1939, 1947, and 1948.

:- For his comrades in the Satyagraha movement, he established a small colony called Tolstoy Farm on an area of 1100 acres, 21 miles from Johannesburg, South Africa.

:- The 8 km-long funeral procession for Mahatma Gandhi.

:- Mahatma Gandhi participated in the military during the Boer War.

:- 21 years after his passing, the United Kingdom issued a stamp in his honour.

:- In 1930, he was named Man of the Year by Time Magazine. His 50,000-page Collected Works are the result of his writing career.

:- In 1959, the Gandhi Memorial Museum in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, was founded. Gandhi’s blood-stained shirt, which he was wearing when he was killed by Nathuram Godse, is on

:- display at the Gandhi Museum, which is also known by that name.

:- In the past, he carried a set of artificial teeth with him.

:- Out of the four kids, he was the youngest. He has a sister and two brothers.

Mahatama Gandhi Jayanti Wishes, Quotes, Images & Status

Mahatma Gandhi Quotes, Wishes, Images

:- We are incredibly fortunate to have a leader who is leading us to new heights. On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti 2022, let’s give him our gratitude.

:- We call him the Father of the Nation, we call him Mahatma, we call him Bapu because he always inspired us as a nation…. Happy Gandhi Jayanti.

:- We all possess a hero within of us that we may unleash by going above and above for our nation.  happy Gandhi Jayanti in 2022 to you.

:- Gandhi always taught us to win over our anger and to follow non-violence for a better tomorrow for our nation…. Happy Gandhi Jayanti

Gandhi Jayanti Wishes, Quotes, Images, Status

:- His simplicity was his greatness… his life was an inspiration… Wishing a very Happy Gandhi Jayanti to you.

:- We must unite to take all necessary action to strengthen our nation. On behalf of everyone, happy Gandhi Jayanti in 2022.

:- If we don’t learn to work for our country and become responsible, hardworking citizens, the Gandhi Jayanti celebrations would be insufficient.

:- Let’s take India on the path of progress by imitating the good that the Father of the Nation taught us on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.

Gandhi Jayanti Wishes quotes

:- If we always choose the right road in life, we will always find ourselves in joyful and fortunate situations. Greetings on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.

:- Wishing a very Happy Gandhi Jayanti to the bright and glorious future of our country. May you always make our nation proud with your actions.

:- I’d want to wish everyone a very happy Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti. Let’s always be proud of being the world’s largest democracy.

:- Whatever small or big we do, we contribute towards our nation and therefore, we must always do the right thing. Warm greetings on Gandhi Jayanti to all.