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India Pavilion At London Book Fair Showcases Life And Work Of Mahatma Gandhi

India Pavilion At London Book Fair Showcases Life And Works Of Mahatma Gandhi
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India Pavilion At London Book Fair Showcases Life And Work Of Mahatma Gandhi

It also displays various titles on culture, history and folklore of India.

The India Pavilion at London Book Fair 2019 lays special focus on the 150th birth anniversary of the ‘Father of the Nation’.

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting inaugurated the India pavilion at London Book Fair on Tuesday.

(Source - PIB Twitter handle)

(Source – PIB Twitter handle)

Having started on Tuesday, the ongoing London Book Fair 2019 will conclude on 14 March.

(Read – Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th Birth Anniversary: Many Hues Of Celebration, Homage)

India Pavillion At London Book Fair

The pavilion showcases the digital version of the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi.

It also displays various titles on culture, history and folklore of India.

(Source - PIB Twitter handle)

(Source – PIB Twitter handle)

Apart from this, an interactive digital media experience on the life of Mahatma Gandhi, Statue of Unity and other major achievements of India is also available at the London Book Fair.

A seminar will be organized on making of the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi at the London Olympia where the fair is being held. It will be available in print as well as in electronic version.

Nepal’s Photo Exhibition Depicting Gandhi

On 7 March 2019, Nepal’s Former President Ram Baran Yadav inaugurated the photo exhibition which depicted the life and contributions of Mahatma Gandhi.

(Source - DD National Twitter handle)

(Source – DD National Twitter handle)

It was part of the month-long festival of India in Nepal coinciding with the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

The Embassy of India had organized the week-long exhibition in collaboration with Gandhi Smriti Darshan Samiti, New Delhi.

Mahatma Gandhi From Mohandas Karmchand Gandhi

(Source - DD National Twitter handle)

(Source – DD National Twitter handle)

While inaugurating the photo exhibition, the Former President said that Mahatma Gandhi had learnt eastern and western philosophies while he was in London. He had done experiments with non-violent movement as he spent 20 years practicing law in South Africa. He had also fought against apartheid that made him Mahatma Gandhi from Mohandas Karmchand Gandhi.

Inspired by Gita and Buddha’s teachings, Gandhi ji dedicated his entire life for the cause of truth and non-violence and served humanity.

– Ram Baran Yadav

(Read – Astounding Bhagavad Gita Weighing 800 Kg Unveiled By PM Modi In Delhi)

(Source - DD National Twitter handle)

(Source – DD National Twitter handle)

When we remember Gandhi ji, we recall democratic movement of Nepal, which was inspired by Gandhi’s Satyagraha, the non-violent method of struggle, he added.

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