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A Tribute To Mahatma Gandhi - Principles, Beliefs & Teachings


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Defending The Mahatma

"I have nothing new to teach the world. Truth and non-violence are as old as the hills" this is what M.K. Gandhi said about his principles which revolutionized the world.

He dreamt that we inculcate those ethics and values and practice in our daily system. But even more than half a century after independence do we really see a glimpse of it anywhere? We could see only one thing and that was publicly criticize him for his ideals. Is violence only a means to set our system in order? Can't we people surrogate the issue by peace? You have corruption, nepotism, sleaze rampaging up day by day no doubt, and you have a very good bureaucratic gibberish system which conceals you to fight for the people but seldom does it. So in this chaos do we break our bones to solve the issues? The only question that requires to be answered is why do we hate him so much? The answer is simple-inadequate knowledge about the mahatma, his deeds, and his untiring contribution to this country. Do we have an estimate of the power of truth?

Have we ever tried to build the pillars of "ahimsa"? Well in an ocean where there are islands of darkness groping up who cares for this? The need for the day is shun down the egoist attitude, the mutual distrust with which we are passing. That's why the need arises for mahatma to be justified.


Non violence - can be a good force if practiced and can bring masses under one shelter. If we have the moot of "shoot the messenger" we can't progress. That is a sheer criminal act. We have to face the person, we have to impress upon them that the thing they are doing is beyond the limits, by hogging guns and pestering down people ruthlessly we are poking our own conduct and spoiling our image in the society.

Well if the issues can be sorted out by peace go ahead. There is no room for patronage among the equals. 

Honesty - this sounds so obsessed today, neh!? This is a cryptic word which has spread like a virus and hampered our lives! That's what is today's youth mantra. We don't say there is dishonesty brooding in everywhere but we have still a huge huge drop of honesty in our country. Our own netas and babus, we are well aware of their scams and convictions hitting the headlines daily, why to mention them! Well the board" honesty is the best policy" is whiplashes at the backyard and who cares to follow it. Honesty is a virtue that gives you inner strength. It makes your conscience mentally strong, it leads to the right direction whereby you gain the ultimate of life. Gandhiji an apt philosopher who strongly enforced this word among his friends and foes thereby he united people on a threshold where they stood to fight for every injustice done to them, and the Britishers had to forcefully wash their hands.

Well lastly we feel there was a strong force who guided us during our remorse times, who took an initiative to cleanse the system by his virtues, by his marvelous demeanor, a patron who moved that magic stick to bring us to light from darkness. A true freedom fighter who fought till the last breath of his life so that we could sleep in peace. Well it's difficult to pen down those moments unraveling those memories of our nation!
A "sone ki chidiya" flying with freedom to achieve its dreams. How great it would have been if we had him today.

Its still not late, just an inner voice who can breaks the chains of poverty, corruption, violence, rage, is needed. So why cant you just follow his path and lead the transformation of MOHAN to MAHATMA.

Contributing Writer - Ravi Tyagrajan has a passion for writing, and loves to meet people from different walks of life. Currently a student of final yr electrical engineering in Gujarat and working as a freelancer for a local supplement of Times of India (anand plus.) [email protected] 






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