Jai Jagat 2020 : les 100 jours

100 Days of Jai Jagat 2020

The historic Jai Jagat 2020 global yearlong peace march began on the 2nd of October, 2019, on the occasion of the 150th birth anniversary of Ba-Baapu. The padyatrees started from Rajghat, Delhi and was in the Chindwara district on completing 100 days of the walk on the 9th of January, 2020, covering nearly 1,900 km in the process. The film is a montage of different aspects of the foot march; the suffering of the walk, the interactions with Adivasi groups and school children, snippets from the daily lives of the padyatrees.The film, directed by Varoun, also one of the padyatrees, focuses on capturing the different terrains that the padyatrees passed through and is a visual treat in that sense with some incredible shots from Shahbaz and the cinematography team. For most of the padyatrees watching the film the first time, it was an emotional experience for it reminded of the accomplishment and the difficulties of their task and of living 100 days together as a family, a microcosm of the concept of Jai Jagat, cooperating with each other against all hardships in this highly diverse group of 50 people. No wonder most of the padyatrees had moist eyes as the film took them on a reminiscing and nostalgic journey of their own achievement.The film is a short version specifically for the 100 days of the Yatra. A full length documentary will be released at the end of the yearlong journey.To know more, visit: www.jaijagat2020.org/#JaiJagat2020 #onthemove #forpeaceandjustice #nonviolence #oneworld #marchforpeace #globalaction #Gandhi150 #BaaBapu150 #padyatra #solidarity #peace #unity #worldpeace

Publiée par Jai Jagat 2020 sur Dimanche 16 février 2020

La marche mondiale pour la paix Jai Jagat 2020 a débuté le 2 octobre 2019, à l’occasion du 150e anniversaire de la naissance de Gandhi.

Les marcheurs sont partis de Rajghat, à Delhi, et se trouvaient à Chindwara à l’issue des 100 premiers jours de marche, le 9 janvier 2020, ayant ainsi couvert près de 1 900 km.

Le film montre différents aspects de la campagne : l’effort physique de la marche, les interactions avec les groupes d’Adivasis et les écoliers, quelques moments de la vie quotidienne des marcheurs…

Il s’agit d’une version courte spécialement conçue pour les 100 premiers jours de la marche. Un documentaire complet sera diffusé à la fin de ce voyage d’un an.

Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site : www.jaijagat2020.org/