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Features |  02 Oct 2017 21:01 |  By RnMTeam

Follow Gandhi's principles say singers this Gandhi Jayanti

MUMBAI: He stood for Non-Cooperation movement, began the Quit India movement and vigorously fought for the Independence of our country, yes we are talking about ‘The Father of the Nation’, Mahatma Gandhi rightly called as Bapu with love. Today on his Birth Anniversary, music industry pays their heartfelt commendation and reflects upon Mahatma Gandhi’s teachings.

Armaan Malik: I am a big believer of Gandhi Ji’s ideals of Non-Violence. Although there was violence, anger and bloodshed around him, he did fight for our nation without physically harming anybody and that’s a quality of him that I salute. This Gandhi Jayanti I kindly request all my fellow Indians to learn and imbibe these qualities.

Aaman Trikha: Cleanliness, non-violence and being honest are the virtues of Mahatma Gandhi that are ought to be implemented and acquired in ourselves to make the world a better place.

Palash Muchhal: It’s important for us to take the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan seriously and it has also become very important for us to follow this in our country. Smaller towns like Indore are working on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan like Indore which has improved a lot in terms of its cleanliness. I have seen the city in the worst phases, now it has changed completely.

We have not imbibed teachings from Gandhiji which speak about having a strong control on our anger, which definitely one must inculcate.

Shankar Mahadevan: We need to keep our country clean. I had associated with Navi Mumbai for campaigns and we used to organize a lot of awareness campaigns, cleanliness drives. Also, we aren’t following Gandhi Ji’s principle of non-violence as we can see only violence which prevails in our society these days.

Jubin Nautiyal: What we learn from Mahatma Gandhi is how to be proactive and that is one thing that the youth has to pick up in today’s date and time. People are very aggressive and do not have patience. There is a good way and a wrong way to get your thing done and the right thing is to be proactive.