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  1. “You must be the change you wish to see in the world” -Mahatma Gandhi GANDHI JAYANTI 2005

  2. Brihaspatim sarvaganam swastaye swastaya aadityaaso bhavantunah. Swasti panthaamanucharema sooryaa chandra-masaa viva. Punar dada-taagh-nataa jaana-taa sam-gamemahihi (Rig Veda 2:21:12) We call upon the Teacher of wisdom, surrounded by his eager students, to teach us our duty. May those men who are benefactors of all mankind help in achieving this elevated existence. May the indivisible one shower blessings upon us. May we ever unswervingly follow the path of duty as do the sun and the moon. May we move in the society of the learned and pious who are Charitably disposed and non-violent in their deeds. OPENING CHANT

  3. Vaishnav Jan toh taynay kahyeeyejey, Peerh paraayee janney ray, Par dukkhey upkar karey to yey, Man abhimaan na anney ray. Sakal lokma sahuney vandey, Ninda na karey kainee ray Vaach kaach, man nischal raakhey, Dhan-dhan jananee tainee ray. Samdristhi nay trishna tyagee, Par-stree jaynay mat ray Jivaah thaki asatya na bolay, Par-dhan nav jhaley haath ray. GOD’s CHILD IS ONE WHO KNOWS ANOTHER'S PAIN WHO UPLIFTS THE SORROWFUL AND PRIDE DOES DISDAIN WHO SALUTES ALL BEINGS AND CRITICIZES NONE OF PURE TALK AND ACTION SUCH A ONE’s MOTHER IS BLESSED WHO LOOKS ON ALL AS THE SAME HONORS WOMAN AS MOTHER WHO DOES NOT UTTER UNTRUTH EVEN WHEN THE TONGUE HAS TIRED NEVER COVETS ANOTHER’s WEALTH VAISHNAV JAN TOH VAISHNAV JAN TOH

  4. The Making of Gandhi “Generations to come will scarcely believe that such a one as this walked the earth” - Einstein on Gandhi

  5. Childhood “I never could learn the art of ‘copying’.” - About his time in high school

  6. Playing the husband “.. the lesson of faithfulness had an untoward effect. … I had absolutely no reason to suspect my wife’s fidelity, but jealousy does not wait for reasons.” - About the early years of his married life

  7. To be or not to be vegetarian With members of the Vegetarian Society London, 1890 “The choice was now made in favor of vegetarianism, the spread of which henceforward became my mission.”

  8. Service to family & community “…if animal passion had not blinded me, I should have been spared the torture of separation from my father during his last moments.” - About his father’s passing “Without the observance of brahmacharya, service of the family would be inconsistent with service of the community.” - About his thoughts before taking the vow of celibacy and self-restraint

  9. Search for Truth • “… morality is the basis of things, and … truth is the substance of all morality.” • In India • “the Sermon on the Mount … went straight to my heart.” • - In England • “I do not seek redemption from the consequences of my sin. I seek to be redeemed from sin itself, or rather from the very thought of sin.” • - In South Africa

  10. “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

  11. GANDHI AND BUDDHISM

  12. GANDHI AND CHRISTIANITY Rev. Richard Foster Episcopal Lutheran Ministry

  13. We worship you as Raam of the Raghu dynasty We worship you as the ideal wife, Sita Glory to Seeta, Glory to Raam O devotee, lets sing to Seeta and Raam We worship you as “Ishwar” and “Allah” May you bless all RAGHUPATI RAGHAV RAJA RAM Raghupati Raghav Rajaa Raam Pateeta Paavana Seetaa Raam Seetaa Raam Jai Seetaa Raam Bhaj Pyaare Tu Seetaa Raam Eeshwar Allah Tero Naam Sabko Sanmati Dey Bhagwaan

  14. GANDHI AND BAHA’I Leila

  15. Gandhi and Education Tara Beteille, Dept. of Education

  16. “I do not want my house to be walled in on all sides and my windows to be stuffed. I want the cultures of all lands to be blown about my house as freely as possible. But I refuse to be blown off my feet by any.” Mahatma Gandhi, 1921

  17. Gandhi’s Philosophy of Education Profound Reverence for Life Passionate Search for Truth Ideal of non-attachment Readiness to sacrifice all for the knowledge of God

  18. Nai Talim (New Education) • A program for universal education • Basic education for children • Empower the future • Adult education • Upliftment of Harijans and women

  19. Holistic Model Handicrafts Physical Drill Music

  20. Holistic Model Seeing Hearing Speaking Literacy to come later Come before Writing

  21. Self-reliant model • Children to learn from things in their environment • Children should be taught a useful vocation • A means to cultivate their mental, physical and spiritual facilities • Economic calculations in connection with education were not unethical

  22. Gandhi and education • Adult education • Important to empower every adult Indian, especially Harijans and women • Vocational education • Literacy • Political education

  23. Vernacular and not English • Strengthens Identity • Vocational Education

  24. Music In rhythm there is order and discipline

  25. Vidya Bhawan Society’s Basic School

  26. Question What would be the purpose of education if it left us without a sense of identity, discipline, balance and rhythm?

  27. Thank you

  28. SABARMATI KAY SANT De di hamein aazaadi bina khadg bina dhaal Sabarmati ke sant tune kar diya kamaal Aandhi mein bhi jalti rahi Gandhi teri mashaal Sabarmati ke sant tune kar diya kamaal De di... Dharti pe ladi tune ajab dhang ki ladaai Daagi na kahin top na bandook chalaai Dushman ke kile par bhi na ki tune chadhaai Wah re fakir khoob karamaat dikhaai Chutki mein dushmanon ko diya desh se nikaal Sabarmati ke sant tune kar diya kamaal De di... Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram

  29. SABARMATI KAY SANT Shatranj bichha kar yahan baitha tha zamaana Lagta tha ki mushkil hai firangi ko haraana Takkar thi bade zor ki dushman bhi tha taana Par tu bhi tha bapu bada ustaad puraana Maara vo kas ke daanv ki ulti sabhi ki chaal Sabarmati ke sant tune kar diya kamaal De di... Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram Jab jab tera bigul bajaa, javaan chal pade Mazdoor chal pade the aur kisaan chal pade Hindu va musalman, sikh, pathan chal pade Kadmon pe teri koti-koti praan chal pade Phoolon ki sej chhodke daude jawaharlal Sabarmati ke sant tune kar diya kamaal De di... Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram

  30. Gandhi as a Social Reformer: Untouchability

  31. 1934-Collecting money for Harijan Fund at Bhavnagar

  32. 1934 - With Harijan Children

  33. 1940 - At a Harijan Marriage in Sevagram

  34. 1944 - Collecting Money for Harijan Fund in Poona

  35. GANDHI AND Dr. KING Brandon Hunter Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project Stanford University

  36. Teri Awaaz pe koi naa aaye, to phir chal akela re If no one heeds your call, then go on alone

  37. Teri Awaaz pe koi naa aaye, to phir chal akela re If no one heeds your call, then go on alone

  38. Phir chal akela, chal akela, chal akela, chal akela re Go on alone, go on alone, go on alone, Go on alone

  39. Teri Awaaz pe koi naa aaye, to phir chal akela re If no one heeds your call, then go on alone

  40. Yadi koi bhi na boley If no one speaks up

  41. Orey orey O Obhaage, Koi bhi na boley O Unfortunate One, if no one speaks up

  42. Yadi sabhi mukh mod rahe, Sab dara karein If all have turned their face away and are fearful

  43. Yadi sabhi mukh mod rahe, Sab dara karein If all have turned their face away and are fearful

  44. Tab darey bina, O tu mukt kanth apni baath, Keh akela re Then, open your heart, and speak your mind on your own

  45. Teri Awaaz pe koi naa aaye, to phir chal akela re If no one heeds your call, then go on alone

  46. Yadi laut jayien sabhi If all are leaving you

  47. Orey orey O Obhaage, laut jayien sabhi O Unfortunate One, if all are leaving you

  48. Yadi gahan dagar chale dekhein, Mudh ke na koi As they leave, if no one even glances back