Gandhi reinvented by Modi ji as the cool icon of the 21st century.
India first and foremost knows Mahatma Gandhi as a freedom fighter, and the world recognizes him as the non-violent apostle. But it's a lot more than Gandhi. Indian Prime Minister Modi Ji has encouraged Mahatma Gandhi in a world desperately searching for leadership, vision and sustainability from the dreary pages of Indian history textbooks to the front pages of global relevance. And by doing so, a global boost given Indian soft power.
In New York last month, when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi won the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Global Goalkeeper Award, he turned it into a mass move to improve hygienic conditions throughout the nation to the people of India, who have transformed the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Mission).
"The people of India are the result of the success of the Swachh Bharat Mission. After receiving the prize he said that this was particularly important as it came to the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, for whom sanitation was one of the overarching objectives of his social reform. It was a movement that led to the desired results.
Modi Ji first proposed this initiative in a speech in November 2015 at London's Wembley Stadium, which called Suryaputra ("Sons of the Sun") the so-called sunshine states. The ISA is, apart from the United Nations, the biggest group of states in any organisation.
In fact Modi Ji was, as Chief Minister of Gujarat, the first leader in Asia to set up a ministry to tackle climate change. In certain important countries his courageous initiative and the green leadership are characterized by a somber global scenario characterized by a negative effect of climate change.
Guterres paid tribute to his teachings, stating that "the dream and ideology of Gandhiji are foundations in the UN's work. Part of his genius lies in his ability to see how all things are related and united. He led the movement which in India ended colonial rule by using peace, love and integrity to dominate his political achievements. But Gandhi looked at the world in the lower and most humble way–but was acknowledged as one of the biggest leaders of all times. His vision was far beyond politics in terms of human rights and sustainable development. His values really go beyond limits...
LOOKS LIKE INDIA IS ON A VERGE TO BREAKOUT THE BEST DESIGNS IN THE WORLD.