Indian commemorate150 years Mahatma Birthday

By Wek Atak Kacjang

Indian communities Association in Juba through support from Indian Embassy led by Ambassador S.D. Moorthy commemorate 150th Birthday for Indian legend Mahatma Gandhi who led successful national struggle for independence against British imperial rule on the strength of a non-violent movement survives largely integral.

Speaking to Press during the celebration, the Indian Ambassador to South Sudan S. D. Moorthy said Mahatma Gandhi was most a famous man known for his successful presentation of non- violent method.

On 2nd October 1869, Mohandas Gandhi’s reputation as the Indian spiritual and political leader who coordinated and led a successful national struggle for independence against British imperial rule on the strength of a non-violent movement survives largely intact.

“He is man of peace that’s why we are here gathering to reflect back his legacy. The embassy donate some book to Juba University so that students can understand historical about Mahatma Gandhi,” Moorthy said.

He added that Indian Embassy through support from India government offers a wide spectrum courses that are recognized globally. Apart from undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses, there are many training and diploma-level institutes and polytechnics that cater to the growing demand for skill-based and vocational education.

He revealed that this year, the Embassy taught some student from various universities on how to assemble solar lamp energy.

Moses Monday John, the Executive Director of Organization for Nonviolence and Development (ONAD) said Mahatma Gandhi is very humble man who help to bring toward the light of nonviolence.

“Gandhi was very simple person but because of his idea because of action he became popular person in India. He contributed toward liberation of India from British but he did not insist to be president but for him he was happy to see India become an independence country.”

He added that the day was important because it create awareness about the culture of nonviolence for building humanity.

Ravindra Prakasah, the Chairperson for Indian Association said Mahatma Gandhi manage to inspire the whole world with his hope and idea.

“I totally believe he talk the language of hope because Mahatma Gandhi spoke truth,” Prakasah said.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the founder of Non-Violence who employed resistance to lead the successful campaign for Indian’s independence from British rule.Gandhi turn inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world.

In every 2nd October, Gandhi’s birthday has been commemorated in India as Gandhi Jayanti a national holiday all over the worldwide as the international Day of Non-Violence.

 Gandhi is commonly considered the Father of the Nation in India. 

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