Martyrs’ Day, observed as Mahatma Gandhi Punya Tithi, on January 30th, is a day of reverence and reflection on the life and teachings of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. On this solemn occasion, we pay homage to the man who led India to independence through non-violence, civil disobedience, and unwavering commitment to truth and justice. Gandhi’s philosophy of ‘ahimsa’ or non-violence continues to inspire people globally, emphasizing the transformative power of peaceful resistance.

As we observe Mahatma Gandhi Punya Tithi, let us not only remember his life but also strive to incorporate his ideals into our daily lives, fostering a culture of peace, tolerance, and social responsibility. GD Goenka Public school sector 9 Rohini strives to teach the students about Gandhi’s legacy and  remind them that change begins with the individual, and the path of righteousness leads to lasting transformation.

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