Gandhi 150th Birth Anniversary

Gandhi 150th Birth Anniversary: Modi special article for Gandhi on the New York Times

Modi on Mahatma Gandhi 150th Birth Anniversary: Modi recalled that in 1925 what Gandhi had said about nationalism. 

Gandhiji said that it is impossible to be an internationalist without being a nationalist. Internationalism is also possible only when nationalism becomes a reality.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote a special article for the New York Times on the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

The article describes the key moments of Gandhi’s life and his inspiration for the world.

Civil rights activist Martin Luther King recalled the words of his 1952 visit to India. “When I travel to other countries, I go as a tourist. 

But when I go on a tour of India, I go like a pilgrimage to a shrine, ”said Martin.

On his visit to Ghana, he was reminded of Prime Minister Gandhi. Gandhi said he had read the books. 

Recalling the incident of insulting Aayan in South Africa by train. ‘ Narendra Modi recalled Martin’s words. 

Nelson Mandela also described Gandhi as a ‘holy warrior’. Mandela said that Gandhi’s methods of disarmament and nonviolence contributed to anti-immigrant and anti-racist movements around the world.

Modi recalled that in 1925 Gandhi had spoken of nationalism. Gandhiji said that it is impossible to be an internationalist without being a nationalist. Internationalism is also possible only when nationalism becomes a reality.

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