Non violence and peaceful life in modern era/Mahatma Gandhi

The international day of non-violence is observed on 2 October, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi leader of Indian Independence day.

In modern times, non-violent we have been a powerful tool for protect society revolutionary social and political changes. The term "non- violence" means do not harm people or causing or hunting damage. Nonviolence and peace are natural, ubiquitous, and normal in the human species throughout its evolution and adaptations.

Q:- Who is Mahatma Gandhi?

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (born: 2 October 1869 - died: 30 January 1948), also known as Mahatma Gandhi, was a prominent political and spiritual leader of India and the Indian independence movement. 

He was the leading leader of protest against tyranny through satyagraha (comprehensive civil disobedience), the foundation of his concept was laid on the principle of complete non-violence, which led India to the Indian freedom struggle and movement for civil rights and freedom of the people all over the world. 

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The general public in the world knows him by the name of Mahatma Gandhi. 

Mahatma or great soul is a respectable word in Sanskrit language. 

Gandhi was first addressed as Mahatma in 1915 by Rajvaidya Jivaram Kalidas. 

According to another opinion, Swami Shraddhanand gave the title of Mahatma in 1915, the third opinion is that Guru Rabindranath Tagore had given the title of Mahatma. 

He is also remembered as Bapu ( Bapu means father in Gujarati language). 

According to one opinion, the first person to address Gandhiji as Bapu was his disciple of Sabarmati Ashram, Subhash Chandra Bose addressed him as Father of the Nation on 6 July 1944 in Rangoon radio broadcast in the name of Gandhiji.


Q:-Who is non-violent leader?

Mahatma Gandhi was the unique weapon of the non violence. It is the greatest miracle that a great country like India won its freedom without firing a single shot.

 Mahatma Gandhi was a truly great man. He was a father of the nation and the maker of modern India. He showed the path of peace to the world

He also does all kinds of tricks to stick to the institutions. 


Q:-Who is Vinoba?

Vinoba Bhave (11 September 1895 – 15 November 1982) was an Indian freedom fighter, social worker and a famous Gandhian leader. 

His original name was Vinayak Narhari Bhave. 

He is considered the national teacher of India and the spiritual successor of Mahatma Gandhi. 

He spent the last years of his life in the ashram of Ponar, Maharashtra. 

He started the Bhoodan movement. 

He was also in controversy for calling the Emergency declared by Indira Gandhi as 'Anushasan Parv'.

These people should keep remembering Vinoba, that is because Vinoba, after much contemplation, got rid of all the institutions that were there and indeed set a unique example of Sarvodaya. 

Vinoba learned from his experience while in prison that gentleness is not a thing of one side, it is everywhere and on the other hand wickedness is also found in the same way, so he came to the decision that staying in any one institution does not work. 

He wrote that he has to serve gentleness by staying apart from everyone. 

He told this to Bapu and Bapu agreed with him. 

Vinoba was not saddened by this, but blissful. 

Vinoba also came to the conclusion that when any organization is formed, some violence comes in it, he does not want to keep that little violence in his life. 

Today, on Vinoba's birth anniversary, we remember him, doesn't it force us to think once again that what has become of the institutions today and where has the level of language gone.

Vinoba followed Gandhi's principles of non-violence more than Gandhi. 

Therefore, in the eyes of many thinkers, Vinoba's personality comes before us as a strong extension of Gandhi. 

After Gandhi's departure, Vinoba, who truly defined Gandhi's idea of ​​Antyodaya in Sarvodaya, is also the one to take care of his legacy in the true sense.



Our society should have tried to learn from the personalities of these two great men and the Indian society should fully assimilate the principles which have been recognized all over the world, but this has not happened. 

Non-violence was seen more as a weakness in society, and people today made fun of these principles and practices by making memes on the so-called power of social media.

No one has any control over social media, but the leadership that emerged from such a rich tradition that has taken a legacy in every sphere of life values, there was also a famine of purity of language, but such non-violent 

A systematic ground of words is prepared, it is organized and planned efforts, for this all kinds of cells are prepared, and it is tried how to create such narratives in the society, which are non-violent society. 

Totally against creation. 

And this is not only the problem of the country of India, it comes out from every corner of the world, and such forces stand against human values ​​and get power, let alone sacrifice.

Vinoba says that in view of the progress of science today, the benefit from the use of weapons will be so small in comparison to the immense loss that it will not even be counted.




Today arms are dominated everywhere, there is a big market for arms. 

This market is at the cost of bread. 

These weapons are at the cost of bread. 

The world is putting more power on the arrangement of destruction. 

Powerful countries can attack humanity at any moment with nuclear weapons. 

Being Sarvodaya now seems to be far away, because not on these great standards of humanity, the day-to-day struggles of ordinary food and clothing, education and health are getting bigger now.

So should we be disappointed that the way the world is going, it has lost its chances of getting better, or will this society change itself again? 

Where will his seed come from? 

Today, when we look from all sides and also find that no one is living up to the expectations from their point of view, then what is the remedy. 

Vinoba says that no revolutionary idea has been propagated through power, he believed that power can bring some happiness, but the way of change is like Lord Buddha did and gave revolutionary ideas to the people, they do not use state power. 



Similarly, Mahatma Gandhi also did not wish for a state for propagation of ideas, he wished for Swaraj. 

That's why Vinoba kept insisting that people should act as authoritarian and subjective.

There seems to be a great need for this on the current situation of the country. 

To take this society in the right direction, one should move very carefully. 

Such a non-partisan force should emerge whose moral pressure falls on all sections of the society and it can fulfill the dream of non-violent social creation and Sarvodaya

Q:-Who is the leaders of non violent in the world?

As we know that, non violent leader in the world such name is..... Martin Luther King Mahatma Gandhi John Lewis, Ralph Abernathy, Ella Baker, Coretta Scott king, Stokely Carmichael, Julian Bond.



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