Celebrating the Man Who Made Us befikr Since 1947

       

2nd October marks the birth anniversary of our lovely bapu, the one from whom the real befikr attitude emanates, the one because of whom we are free to follow our will. This is an eve of celebrating the man without whom India’s trajectory to the road of freedom would have been impossible.

Nothing matches celebrating a noble soul than upholding and strengthening the values he believed in. This Gandhi Jayanti let’s not forget, rather strengthen and keep alive bapu’s tradition.

The need to be humble- Success chases those who not only have the vision to fly but also values to stay connected to their roots. Humility is always followed by unprecedented success. Then why not stay grounded and strive for more?


The road to honesty- Some deep introspection can only make one realise that in today’s world surpassing greed and dishonesty and striving for simple pleasures of life earned with noble and genuine deeds make life meaningful.

Protecting dignity of one and all- In a polarized and highly unequal world, the battle lies in displaying equality in our behavior towards the unequals. For brotherhood to take precedence in the society as dreamt by bapu himself, it becomes all the more important for us to respect each individual for his uniqueness and embrace the unequal world with dignity.

Nothing less, nothing more, bapu dreamt of an equal harmonious world. The battle starts within before we begin to look outside. Are we ready to march on and start the journey to make this world a better place?

Nothing less, nothing more, bapu dreamt of an equal harmonious world. The battle starts within before we begin to look outside. Are we ready to march on and start the journey to make this world a better place?

Jai Hind!