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Short essay on Mahatma Gandhi in a unique style


Looking for a short essay in Mahatma Gandhi with unique and different words? Here I am going to share a 500-word paragraph on Bapu in an unusual style. You can use it as your project and write it as a paragraph or read it out on the stage.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, acclaimed as Bapu, is a distinguished personality who is remembered for his hard work and efforts towards the Indian society. A child born on 2nd October 1869 in Porbandar to Putlibai Gandhi is now called 'Father of the Nation'. He inherited the quality of truthfulness and impartiality from his father and the quality of being kind and peaceful from his mother. But why does he hold such an important place in the heart of every citizen?

Why Gandhiji is known as the Father of the Nation

As a father gives good teachings to his children, so also Gandhiji taught many good lessons to the nation. He taught us how we can deal with the toughest battles of our lives through the path of non-violence and truthfulness.

'Cleanliness is next to Godliness' is the root of our 'Swachch Bharat Abhiyan'. His movement of Dandi Salt March provokes the feeling of using indigenous products among the nation.

'Father of Nation' might not have been an acronym officially accorded by the Indian government but it has come to be associated with him.

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Dear Bapu, You are immortal

Bapu has been a role player for many decades for every generation. He has achieved this position because of his quality of being a visionary leader. His brave, wise and intelligent approach to bring improvement in the society made this great personality a role model not only for the present generation but also of our fathers, grandfathers and great grandfathers. He proved that how a single person can bring an empire down with two powerful qualities - ethics and intelligence.



The mind-blowing fact is that the country against which Mahatma Gandhi fought for independence (i.e. Great Britain) released a stamp in his honor in 1969 after 21 years of his death. This proved that he is not only an Indian leader but also a world leader.

Many famous personalities like Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa, Barrack Obama, Nelson Mandela, and Martin Luther King Jr. have followed the books, teachings, and actions of Mahatma Gandhi, and helped the globe with their marvelous actions. Not only human beings, but many nations have also followed his principle of non-violence to solve conflicts within the boundaries as well as across the boundaries. Poland, the Czechoslovak Republic, the Baltic States, the Philippines, etc. are several countries to serve an example. In this way, Bapu became immortal in our souls and gave us a ground to celebrate his birth day as 'International Day of Non-violence'.

Bapu, please come back

We need a Gandhi again in the 21st century with his words, "An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind." We need Gandhi again in our lives to unite us to fight against serious global issues. We need Gandhi again because it was Gandhi who said to the world- Be the change you want to see in the world.


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