Two legends born on the same day but 35 years apart. Both known for their great sacrifice and contribution in in independence of India. Living with a simple life they both inspire the youth to become great.
Mohandas karamchand Gandhi born on 2nd October 1869 known for propounding the ideas of truth and nonviolence.
Gandhiji convey to maintain discipline in life. He believe that a simple timetable can prove to do wonders for youth especially those who you are obtaining running behind deadline.
Gandhiji wants that youth should focus on knowledge and not as a means to earn livelihood.
He believe that youth should know the social harmony is an index of p. He warned youngest against interpreting religion. All religions teach peace and harmony.
He convey youth to ensure proper utilisation and conservation of natural resources like water, soil, forest etc.
He also want that youth should co-operate with elders and children as they are the only change makers of country.
Lal Bahadur shastri
Lal Bahadur shastri ji was born on 2nd October 1904. He was the second prime minister of India and known for his calm demeanor and composure in most critical of situation.
Lal Bahadur shastri appeal to youth to inculcate discipline and work for unity and advancement of nation.
Youth should learn “simplicity is itself a beauty” from shastri ji.
Shastri ji believe and convey youth that we can win respect in the world only if we are strong internally and can banish poverty and unemployment from our country.
he believed that you should stress on character and moral strength acquiring special significance today when we see all around degeneration of values in various fields.
Youth should learn from shastri ji’s life to act instead of Procastinate(delay)
Shastri convey youth to have a calm mind that can help people to tackle problems easily in even difficult situations.
Both gandhiji and shastri ji believe in swadesh. Gandhiji use to wear khadi clothes make with charkha and at the time of wedding of shastri ji demanded a piece of khadi cloth and spinning wheel (charkha) as a part of dowry.