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Gandhi Memorial Lectures 2011
Spreading Peace
In celebration of the international Day of Non-Violence, the High Commission of India, together with the Gandhi Memorial Trust organised the second Gandhi Memorial Lectures where a distinguished panel spoke on peace, amity and harmony amongst individuals and nations. The turnout was exceptional, with many involved in advocating human rights and the causes the late inspirational Mahatma Gandhi championed. Presentations of tokens and a short musical ensued, followed by high tea and fellowship.

Gandhi Memorial Lectures 2011
Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday
More than 400 guests including diplomats, lawyers, academics, fine arts practioners, entrepreneurs, government officials, opposition party members and the media packed the Banquet Hall of the Royal Lake Club in Kuala Lumpur to celebrate Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday on October 3 (a day after the actual event as that fell on a Sunday).

Gandhi Memorial Lecture 2012
In conjunction with the UN International Day of Non Violence Celebrations
The United Nations has declared 2nd October, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi as the International Day of Non Violence in honour of Mahatma Gandhi. Malaysia joined the rest of the world in celebrating this event (which is the 143rd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi) on 2nd October in the Royal Lake Club, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The event was organised by the Gandhi Memorial Trust of Malaysia (GMT).

Gandhi Memorial Lectures 2007
Publication: Royal Lake Club Kuala Lumpur Newsletter – January 2008
By S Radhakrishnan
The United Nations Organisation has declared 2nd October as the “International Day of Non-Violence”. To observe this and to commemorate the 138th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the High Commission of India together with the Gandhi Memorial Trust organised the Gandhi Memorial Lectures on 3rd December 2007 at the Banquet Hall of the Royal Lake Club.