Gandhi Jayanti, celebrated on October 2nd every year, is a day of great significance in India, as it marks the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. It is a day when we remember and pay homage to the man who led India to freedom through non-violent means. At Scottish International School, we celebrated Gandhi Jayanti with great enthusiasm and reverence in our school assembly, including a special dance performance dedicated to Gandhiji’s life and teachings. The performance was performed by the tiny tots, who portrayed various stages of Mahatma Gandhi’s life, his struggles, and his unwavering commitment to non-violence and truth. Students dressed up as Gandhiji and Lal Bahadur Shashtri on Gandhi Jayanti to pay tribute to the great legacy. It was a day of inspiration and a reminder to follow the path of truth and non-violence in our own lives.
During the school assembly, Principal M’am enlightened students with Gandhiji’s principles, aiming to instill virtuous habits for a brighter future. On this Gandhi Jayanti, let us all strive to emulate the principal les of Gandhiji and work towards a more just and peaceful world.