Mahatma Gandhi has done some very great things for the world and one of his great message to the world is to spread the message of non-violence throughout the world which is still tried by many people to conveyed to the world.
The Day of International on-violence Day is observed on 2nd October as it is also the birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi who is also known as the Father of the nation while always living a simple life he has done some very great and exceptional things which is still remarked by everyone and will always by in our minds for the good deeds which he has done and is still portrayed in our lives no matter what the situation he has given possible results and circumstances for everyone to solve very easily and not to lose temper anytime.
The Proposal of the day is being given, In January 2004, as an Iranian Nobel named as ‘laureate, Shirin Ebadi’ gives a proposal for an International Day of Non-Violence from a Hindi teacher in Paris who is teaching international students to the World Social Forum in Bombay.
The idea was not too much appreciated but it gradually attracted the interest of so many leaders of India’s Congress Party until a Satyagraha Conference resolution.
It was taken in New Delhi in January 2007, which is being initiated by Indian National Congress President and Chairperson of the United Progressive Alliance Sonia Gandhi and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, called upon the United Nations to adopt this quiet great and exceptional idea.
The resolution by the General Assembly asks all members of the UN system to commemorate 2 October, while the day is being celebrated in many ways, the most preferred ways and tradition to celebrate this day is by organising an event to spread and give the message which is being given to us by the very own Mahatma Gandhi and can never be forget from our hearts.
There are a lot of message and methods to spread and celebrate this day but the biggest way is to keep the way of living and method in your life to live a life which is like The very renowned Mahatma Gandhi.