Watch songs that remind us of Mahatma Gandhi

GANDHI JAYANTI 2022 Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in Porbandar, India, in 1869. He became the leader of the Indian nationalist movement and was later called “Mahatma,” which means “great soul”. He worked hard and with great patience to get India’s independence. Gandhi led many peaceful strikes and strong nonviolent protests to get India to stop being ruled by the British. He saw a better world and an even better India in his mind.

People all over the world have been influenced by Gandhi’s life and teachings, and his birthday, October 2, is a national holiday that is celebrated with great pride every year. Here are some songs that make you think of the “father of the nation” on the 153rd anniversary of his birth.

Vaishnav Jan Toh

Narsinh Mehta, a poet and saint from the 15th century, wrote the Gujarati hymn Vaishnav Jan to. It is said that Mahatma Gandhi liked to sing this hymn.

Gandhiji Ne Sabko

The song is a powerful reminder of how hard Gandhi fought for India’s independence, which is what made him the father of our country. His polite and kind way of living is something to sing about.

Sabarmati Ke Sant Tune Kare Diya Kamal

Mahatma Gandhi was a big deal in the history of India. The changes he made to our country were nothing less than a miracle. This song goes into detail about those stories. The magical voice of Asha Bhosle makes this song hard to forget.

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Band Mein Tha Dum

This song may be the only one in recent years that talks about the good things that Mahatma Gandhi stood for. Young people like the songs because they have catchy tunes, simple lyrics, and deep meanings. The song is from the movie “Lage Raho Munna Bhai,” which came out in 2006.

Gun Dham Humare Gandhi Ji

Millions of people around the world think that Gandhi’s most important traits are the best ones. In this piece, veteran composer SD Burman praises Gandhi and how his ideas changed the lives of many people for good.

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