Martyrs day 2020: Wishes, Messages, Quotes, Status, Images, Pic, Photos & Pictures collection is now available in this content. Happy Martyrs day 2020! 30th Januray 2020 is celebrating the Martyrs day 2020 in India. All of the people from these countries are celebrating this Martyr’s day of India. Now, we are going to describe the ways of celebrating this Big festival. Martyrs day Quotes & Sayings for Friends, Boyfriends, Girlfriends, Family, Boss, Clients are available. Send your wish different to different people.
When is the Martyrs day?
MahatmaGandhi’s Death Anniversary Gandhi the greatest hero in the country’s freedom struggle got assassinated on 30th Jan 1948 by a HinduFanatic named NathuramGodse. Martyrs Day is marked on the 30th of January every year ever since Gandhi Ji was shot.
How to Celebrate martyrs day 2020
30 Jan is martyrs day, calls for peaceful silent protest all over the country.Sing/play hymns dedicated to Gandhi all day. No slogans, aggression. Becoz as long as peaceful protests remain in vogue, peace will live. Otherwise hate will smother us in cycle of attack, counter-attack.
Martyrs day 2020 Wishes, Quotes, Status, SMS:
- “I shall certainly be granted the kind of death that I seek. I have expressed the wish at prayer meeting also that should someone kill me I may have no anger against the killer in my heart and I may die with Ramanama on my lips.’ M.K.Gandhi. MahatmaGandhi January 30 Martyrs Day.
- Remembering Father of our Nation on Martyrs Day & salute to each and everyone that sacrificed there life for what we are today. Bapu’s teachings on non-violence will remain in our hearts forever!
- Tributes to the father of our Nation MahatmaGandhi Ji on the anniversary of his assassination. Also celebrating Martyrs’ Day to honor the sacrifices made by many brave Indians. Martyrs Day.
- Remembering the father of our nation MahatmaGandhi on Martyrs Day. 72 years ago, this day, Independent India was in shock as she lived through the first terror attack when terrorists from the RSS assassinated Gandhi Ji!