Why Was Gandhi Ji Such a Great Personality? An Astrological Overview.

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

A great leader, a visionary, and a compassionate human is how we can describe Mahatma Gandhi!
The 2nd of October is celebrated as a national holiday across India. The reason, of course, is not unknown to anyone. The 2nd of October is celebrated annually as Gandhi Jayanti to commemorate the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. This date holds great significance, as it marks the birth of Mahatma Gandhi, who played a crucial role in the Indian independence movement. He is also considered a pioneer of the philosophy and strategy of non-violence. This is why this important date has also been declared as the International Day of Non-Violence. Let's get to know more. 

 

Getting to Know Mahatma Gandhi

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, or Mahatma Gandhi or Bapu as he is widely known, was born on the 2nd of October in 1869. He played an active part in India's fight for independence and freedom. His philosophy of non-violence for gaining freedom was a radical move, and it is still practised across the nation to attain justice in various aspects of life.

Even today, many people follow in his footsteps to make life better and simple. Despite being highly educated, he chose to live a simple life and dedicated himself to society's betterment. He is given the title of 'Father of the Nation' for his significant contributions to the country. Gandhi developed the policy of non-violent resistance, which he called "Satyagraha," loosely translated as 'insisting or holding firmly to truth'. 

India celebrates the birthday of this iconic figure to pay homage to him. 

When you come across such significant figures, have you ever wondered why some people have such dynamic personalities that set them apart from others? This happens because of the stars. Let's peek into Mahatma Gandhi's birth chart and get to know what astrology can reveal about him. 

 

Mahatma Gandhi's Life: Astrological Overview

According to the birth chart, his Moon sign is Cancer. His Ascendant is Libra, and Lord of the Ascendant is Venus. Planet Venus carved the path of life for him in a peculiar way. Its placement marked each planet and played an ironic role in his life from the beginning. The equation of each planet with the houses, Ascendant, and Moon sign marked the milestone and drastic changes in his life.

There were various kinds of Yoga or phases created in his life. This created the multiple crucial events that took place in his life. For example- Rajayoga, Yogakaraka for Tula Lagna Saturn, Papakartari Yoga, Karagara Yoga. Some were very fruitful for him regarding fame, achievements, etc. In contrast, some were unfavourable, as they caused imprisonment, trouble with foreigners in a foreign land, and last but not least, the assassination. 

 

Mahatma Gandhi's Life: Numerological Overview

If you look at the numerology, then the Life Path Number of Mahatma Gandhi is 9. Travel and transition play a significant role in the lives of those people who belong to this number. These individuals like to broaden their horizons. They yearn for achievements and also portray their sacrificing side. The destiny of people who belong to this number is based on altruism and devotion. They have the ear to listen and understand people's problems; no wonder people run to such people for help. This number pushes one to gain more experiences and attain spiritual growth. People with Life Path Number 9 incline towards intellectual matters and set high objectives for themselves. 

 

Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations

The day of Gandhi Jayanti is marked by prayer services all over India, but particularly at Mahatma Gandhi's memorial at Raj Ghat, in New Delhi, where he was cremated. Prayer services, commemorative ceremonies, cultural events, and other dedicatory functions are organised by universities, schools, local government organisations, and other establishments.

Debates, quizzes, painting and article writing contests are also held. The art pieces and projects that glorify peace, non-violence and Mahatma Gandhi's contributions to the Indian independence struggle are awarded prizes. 

Five Values We All Should Learn from Mahatma Gandhi

  1. Truth and Honesty

  2. Forgiveness

  3. Non-violence

  4. Perseverance

  5. Mindfulness

Let's always remember him for his incredible contribution towards giving India its freedom and teaching us the power of non-violence.

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