How Mahatma Gandhi Has Influenced Me “Be the change you want to see in the world” -Mahatma Gandhi- Mahatma Gandhi is renowned for his work in the human rights field and for his efforts in bringing India to their independence. He courageously fought against the system and for the minority. He led protests, he began a national movement and he underwent hunger strikes to make sure that his opinions and the opinions of millions of others were heard. He gave up the great opportunities he was given to fight for the rights of others. He was selfless, humble and kind hearted among other things and he’s influenced me with his rebellious acts.
Mahatma Gandhi is one of the great figures of the twentieth century. In a century marked by the excesses of Nazism and Communism, the struggles against Colonialism, and two World Wars, his theory and practice of nonviolence shined like a beacon of hope. He tried to create a religiously tolerant and inclusive civic nation in his own country, divided as it was along religious, linguistic and ethnic lines. How to live in peace, justice and prosperity in today’s pluralistic societies is a lesson that he never tired of teaching, and from which people everywhere can learn. When Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on January 30, 1948, the world hailed him as one of the greatest spiritual leaders, not just of the century, but of all time.
There are those who will argue that Dhoom 2 is Hrithik’s and Gadhvi’s best film. I am one of them. Dhoom 2 is a brilliant film overall, however it is similar to its prequel, Dhoom 1. Yet none of Gadhvi 's films has an impact upon the Indian action as this one. When it was initially released in 2006, it was a huge box office hit and received a lot of reception in India and the other countries it was being played in (it received $22 million worldwide, and is the 13th highest grossing film in India), and its popularity has not waned over the years.
Let’s take an optical canvassing of 3 such bellwethers of the people. Subhas Chandra Bose was a genuinely munificent man who put his country and the people of his country afore everything else. He is the idol of every patriot and his slogan of “You give me blood, I’ll give you freedom” struck at the heart of countless Indians and encouraged them to fight for their liberation. Albeit he is mostly recollected for his armed struggle against the British rule, he was additionally a deeply spiritual man who was inspired by the fresh interpretation of the Vedic scriptures by Swami Vivekananda and was deeply socialist in his political ideology. Subhas Chandra Bose, being a Secularist, had a posture of impartiality towards all religions.
Indians heading the most prestigious corporates around the globe etc. 2. DEGRADING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM: Of all places to instill patriotism, cinema halls are no place to get people to feel for their country. Imagine people associating national anthem with low grade/violent/poor movies. It’s always been a song that we associate with pride and patriotism.
Shatru was the story of an honest police inspector who is transferred to a village that is corruption-ridden, and where he fights the oppressive agents to bring justice to the poor. By this time, this was a common enough ‘formula’ of the Bombay cinema: The figure of the police inspector, particularly, had gained iconic proportions in the films of Amitabh Bachhan. Shatru and the later films of Anjan Chowdhury were also liberally spiced with other ‘formula’ elements of Hindi cinema, fights, the song-and-dance and racy dialogues. What was most significant, however, was that in Shatru, Anjan Chowdhury, for the first time, brought to Bengali cinema a configuration of elements that overturned the industry’s middle-class bhadralok orientation, and related to the more subaltern groups, creating an entirely new audience base. A key figure in the films of Anjan Chowdhury was the honest police inspector, who gets justice to the underprivileged.
He went back to India only to find that his own country was being ruled by the British and his fellow citizens were being treated harshly by the British. Like other great men in history, Gandhi took his time to grow and develop his techniques to ensure that his actions made an impact. He was very honest and truthful and this helped him throughout his life. One of the greatest men in the history of India is unarguably Mahatma Gandhi. The way he gave shape and character to India 's freedom struggle is worth appreciation.
• Silver medal for securing the highest marks in bachelor in engineering of all the universities of engineering in Karnataka from chief minister of Karnataka. • A cash reward for securing highest marks in SSLC. • Dr.Chandrakanth .S Desai prize for standing first in universities exams of state government. • She was also awarded as Best teacher in 1993 from the rotary club of Bangalore. • Award of excellent social service by rotary club and Millenium Mahila shiromani aaward.
Anand lays strain on the demands of the present; he refuses to be bound by fusty convention and orthodoxy. In fact, Anand’s novels convey emotional truths as well as social realities and the beauty of his art of fiction is well realized by way of analysis and interpretation of social problems and of corrupt practices. However social life in India has been entirely revolutionized since then, one cannot say with confidence that casteism is fully wiped off in all the states of India. Untouchable gives a voice to the predicament of the mute humanity in vicious conditions. The agony is not caused by fate but by fellow human and the social ambiance from which the sufferer still have great and enduring hopes for betterment of life.