GIIS Bangalore celebrated Gandhi Jayanti with respect and admiration
'Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram', bhajan is associated with Mahatma Gandhi, fondly known as 'Father of the Nation’ in India and as a messenger of 'peace and non-violence' across the globe. October 2nd, marks the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and this day is also known as the ‘International day of Non-Violence’.
Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of man.
Global Indian International School, Bangalore celebrated Gandhi Jayanti in a special way. Mr. Ganesh Sharma, the Principal, offered respect to Mahatma Gandhi by garlanding his statue. The virtues preached and practiced by Gandhiji is followed as one among the important guiding principles across GIIS campuses.
Happiness is when - what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.
The Special Assembly to celebrate his birth anniversary was filled with love and respect for the favourite leader of India. The students presented a skit, followed by a song and then there was a video presentation on Bapuji. The powerful quotes of Gandhiji were shared which showed his passion to get freedom for India through righteous path. Further, various classes also revisited MGCUV (Mahatma Gandhi Center for Universal Values) and saw the 'Spinning Wheel' of Gandhiji and the several books written by him.
The Principal gave an inspiring message to the students that they should read more about Gandhiji through his books and practice his thoughts on non-violence, honesty, peace and humanity. A special mention of his autobiography ‘My Experiments with Truth’ was made and that students should read this book to learn from Gandhiji’s experiences in life. Every GIISian must be the change you wish to see in the world as always said by Mahatma Gandhi.