Burj Khalifa pays tribute to Gandhi ji on 150th birth anniversary
At the moment of the 150 birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, memorials across the globe also gave applause to the ‘Father of the Nation’ who is deemed a symbol around the planet. Burj Khalifa in Dubai lit up in Indian forces with a picture of Bapu resembling on the walls of the world’s tallest building.
The verified Twitter account of Burj Khalifa posted a one-minute video with a theme of ‘Vaishnava Jana To’ – Gandhi’s favorite bhajan – striking in the background.
The video started with lightning creating India’s national flag. The tricolor then transformed into a picture of smiling Gandhi. The video ends with Bapu’s photograph flashed within the Indian flag.
The huge ceremony took place at the moment of the 150 birth birthday of Mahatma Gandhi globally with Indian legations planning major events.
October 2 is observed across the world as ‘International Day of Non-violence’ and at the United Nations headquarters an celebration took place on “climate action: Gandhian way”.
“His vision extends to resonate across the world, including through the work of the United Nations for mutual recognition, equality, sustainable development, the empowerment of young people, and the peaceful resolution of disputes”, Secretary-General António Guterres said in his communication remembering the day.
Last week at the united nations PM Modi introduced Gandhi Solar Park on the cover of the world body and gave a lecture on the significance of Mahatma Gandhi in the Contemporary World.
PM Modi in his speech talked about the benefactions of Mahatma Gandhi to the purpose of more elevated human liberation in the 20th century.
“Mahatma Gandhi never held positions of power. Yet, he motivates people around the world. Millions of people, numerous nations drew strength from his prototypes and attained freedom,” PM Modi told.