Gandhi Jayanti Drawing for kids (plus 1 free Printable)

easy simple drawing

At any age is it important for children to learn about their country. When we look at Indian history, an important name that left a mark was Mahatma Gandhi. An easy way to teach children anything is through art and craft. Enclosed is a beautiful and easy Gandhi Jayanti drawing for kids.

On 2nd October every year, Indian Nation salutes “The Father of Nation” on his birth anniversary. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869, in Porabandar, in present-day Gujarat. He was a lawyer whose life changed through his experiences in South Africa, Gandhi played the most significant role in India’s independence movement, holding demonstrations through non-violent means. Internationally, October 2 is observed as the Day of Nonviolence in remembrance of the “Mahatma.”

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Gandhi Drawing

Looking for some art and craft for Gandhi Jayanti, here is an easy and simple Gandhi Jayanti drawing for kids. This not only help children remember the significance but also improves their art work.

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Gandhi Jayanti drawing for kids

Gandhi Jayanti Drawing for kids (plus 1 free Printable)
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21 thoughts on “Gandhi Jayanti Drawing for kids (plus 1 free Printable)

  1. It’s important for the kids to know about their history. They have made it so well and coloured it so nicely.

  2. I think his work is so very important and it’s great people still honour him and celebrate his day. I learned about it yesterday and I was impressed

  3. I love this so much! I think it’s great to teach children about their country’s history in a fun way that’s going to get them to enjoy it, plus I WISH I could draw so badly, and I think if I had books like these growing up, I might be able to do something more than stick figures

  4. It’s such a great idea to introduce drawing to kids at a tender age because it helps to develop their creativity. This is how my daughter started even before she was a toddler.

  5. This is a great and seemingly super effective approach to teach kids about history. They are not just learning but theybare also having fun while being creative at the same time. I used to be a private tutor for kids and colorful and interactive visuals like these are always helpful

  6. This is cool… educational drawing for kids and they learn something about the country and culture.

  7. This is a good idea. It is important for children to know their history. It’s also important for them to be involved in art and use their imaginations. I like the printable!

  8. Such a great idea. Yes, it’s important for kids to know about this country. I’m going to buy this for my Nephew. Saw this post a little late. But nevertheless.

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