DIPR organises photo exhibition to observe 74th Martyrs’ Day

 

JAMMU : Department of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) today organised a photo exhibition here at Media Complex to mark the 74th Martyrs’ Day observed to commemorate the death anniversary of Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi.

The exhibition was inaugurated by Deputy Director (Headquarters) Dr. Rehana Akhter Bijli.

As many as 50 pictures depicting different shades of Mahatma Gandhi’s life and achievements that include his life as an advocate, his participation in the Indian freedom struggle and mass movements and the activities at Sabarmati Ashram were displayed.

Inaugurating the exhibition, the Deputy Director (Hqr) said that the holding of such exhibitions and programmes instills a sense of pride among the countrymen and highlight the India’s glorious history and culture. She said the life and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi will continue to inspire and guide the world for centuries to come.

Dr. Rehana said that the principles of peace and non-violence advocated by Gandhiji are relevant for all times. She said that the entire world cherishes and follows the philosophy of truth, unity and harmony of our father of the nation.

She also lauded the efforts of Exhibition Wing of the Department for displaying a beautiful collection of pictures reflecting different shades of the life of Bapu Ji.

Deputy Director Information (PR) Jammu, Gul Hussain Kraipak, Cultural Officer Parul Khajuria, Field Publicity Officer Jammu, Mukesh Kumar Sharma and all the officials of the department were present on the occasion.

 

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