International Non Violence Day is celebrated on October 2nd every year to mark the birth anniversary of the most prominent leader of the Indian Independence struggle Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi..
To mark the significance of the day, Ayush Thakur of class IX delivered a speech. He shed light on Gandhiji’s invaluable contribution to India’s freedom struggle and how his principles of truth and non-violence are still remembered today. Through his speech, he spread the message of endurance, peace, harmony, and expressed his gratitude to Mahatma Gandhi for giving us the powerful tool of Non-Violence. He further reminded us of the importance of kindness, truth, non-violence, resilience, simplicity, and peace and highlighted the values and ethics of Gandhiji.