Musical Tribute on Gandhi Jayanti
On this occasion, Guitarmonk dedicates the contemplative prayer, and inspirational song, Humko Man Ki Shakti De Na (give us the power to win our minds before we win others.) as a tribute to one of the greatest man to ever lived in India. Kapil Srivastava and its guitarist team from Delhi, planned to record the beautiful music and devotional song of movie Guddi on Guitar. The whole tune was recorded in less than half hour having lead guitar, arpeggio and just simple chord strumming instead of running rhythm.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi) is India’s symbol of peace, harmony, spiritual discovery and independence. He was the greatest political figure in India’s history and most admired.
Bapu Gandhi championed on social equality and communal harmony. He took it as a personal mission to deliver the message of peace through silent resistance in Indian Freedom Struggle with satyagraha. Despite being sent to jail many times, he endured it all for the sake of his love for the people and the country, India. He loved life and looked at life as the invaluable driving force that can save humanity from atrocities through the use of non-violence protests as catalyst of social change.
Through the sacrifices and selflessness of Gandhiji, we are now enjoying India’s Independence. His ideologies continue to ignite social movements around the world. Indeed, as Gandhi believes, “You must be the change you want to see the world.”
The life and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi is full of inspiring lessons that sets a good example of how simplicity, humility, compassion, truthfulness and love of one’s country can bring hope, peace and love to every nation.
Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation and whose legacy of glorifying peace and non-violence, faith in truth and justice for all mankind has marked a deep and lasting effect to each and everyone of us, has a special day that is well celebrated and commemorated in India and the rest of the world. October 2, also the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi has been declared by the United Nations General Assembly as Gandhi Jayanti or International Day of Non-Violence in 2007.