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Why Gandhi will always be relevant to your child?

Cheena M Gujral
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Why Gandhi will always be relevant to your child

Gandhiji for most of us, is undoubtedly the most influential personality in Indian History. He was a social reformer and the one to ignite fire of Indian independence movement. His life journey is remarkable example of fight for truth and non violence. He is the eminent leader of Indian Independence against British rule. He inspired many and lead the movements for civil rights. His life story has endless teachings for all of us specially the future stars; our children.


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Arika Tiwari

| Oct 04, 2017

very well written.

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Smrity Sharma

| Oct 03, 2017

Hello Cheena M Gujral mam, Haan aapne mention nahi Kiya pr jb Gandhi ji ki baat Hui to Maine share Kiya unke in thought Ko, apne aas paas aise log h jo galat ya Bura Bolte h or dusre us pr reaction diye Bina hi chup rehte h ,Hume apne bachho Ko sikhana hoga ki jahan bhi galat ho Raha h wahan wo apne opinion Ko sbke saamne rakhe Bina kisi hesitation k or kuch bhi galat na hone de.

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 03, 2017

thanks Cheena! I appreciate ur positive feedback!

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Cheena M Gujral

| Oct 03, 2017

Thanks Shikha Batra its very motivating to hear from you. I really liked your love and discipline blog... kudoos gal !!

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Cheena M Gujral

| Oct 03, 2017

thanks for reading samrity. I didn't mention bura na dekho, suno and bolo part in this. kyuki mujhe lagta hai aajkl hamare aas paas har tarah ke log hain jo bura bolte hain, bura dikhaate hain and bura sunna bhi padta hai.... life is no more as it was earlier. ab time aisa aagaya hai that we shall learn to deal with buraai..... buraai se bhaagna nhi, usse apne paas nhi aane dena apni achaaiyon ki vajah se. Hope my believe is not that bad thanks again for your comment...

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Cheena M Gujral

| Oct 03, 2017

thanks puloma pandey ...

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 02, 2017

very well written Cheena! after reading this we have enough to share with our children now, regarding Bapu and his contributions . I completely agree life is completely unpredictable but that should not deter one from learning. thanks for sharing this wonderful blog.

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Smrity Sharma

| Oct 02, 2017

hmmm,bilkul sahi kaha Hume apne bachho Ko unke principles Ko sikhana chahiye . or Bura na dekho,Bura na suno or Bura na bolo ye 3 hi baatein apne bachho Ko seekhana chahiye present time me inki importance or bhi badh jaati h.

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Reena Samant

| Oct 02, 2017

Nice blog.. love reading this very meaningful thought by the author!!

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puloma pandey

| Oct 02, 2017

Yes Cheena mam you are right ,we need to implement as well. Theoritical things remains only in books and paper but practically when we do things go to long way and that can also be a role model for children.

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Cheena M Gujral

| Oct 02, 2017

thanks puloma pandey . yes not only children we all can learn and adapt. Reading his principles is just a trigger, actual reform happens by implementing it in our daily lives.

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puloma pandey

| Oct 02, 2017

i personally like Gandhi's thought of "bura mat dekho, bura mat suno aur bura mat bolo". We need to teach the philosophy of Gandhiji to our children not only in schools but also at home. A very good blog on His life and achievement. Thanks for the blog.

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ruchi jain

| Oct 02, 2017

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ruchi jain

| Oct 02, 2017

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