Gandhi Jayanti is an essential national holiday in India, celebrated on the 2nd of October each year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi,

one of the most influential figures in India's history and a prominent leader in the Indian independence movement against British rule.

This day holds great significance as it pays tribute to Gandhi's principles of non-violence, truth, and social justice.

Non-Violence (Ahimsa):

Truth (Satya): – Gandhi emphasized the importance of truthfulness in all aspects of life. He saw truth as the foundation of personal and societal transformation.

Self-Reliance (Swaraj): – Gandhi advocated for self-reliance at the individual and community levels.

Gandhi Jayanti serves as a reminder of the enduring impact of Mahatma Gandhi's teachings and his role in shaping India's history.