International Journal of Culture and Modernity <p><strong>International Journal of Culture and Modernity</strong> (ISSN 2697-2131) is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal covering the study of topics in the social &amp; Humanities aims to provide a forum for high-quality research related to social sciences and humanities research.</p> <p>The main Areas relevant to the scope of the journal is social science studies and also the journal focuses on the following topics, such as Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Politics, Management, Economics, Law, History, Culture, Business Studies, Linguistics, Ethnic, Relations, Immigration and Migrant Workers Studies, Multicultural and Sports science, Public relations, Educational Research, Communication, Peace Studies, Religious Studies and so on.</p> en-US (Editor in Chief) (Journal Admin ) Sat, 02 Jul 2022 08:29:33 +0000 OJS 60 Salt as Symbol of Protest during the Dandi Satyagraha <p>Mahatma Gandhi served as the leader of the nonviolent liberation movements in South Africa and India against British rule. He was also an advocate for the civil rights of Indians. Gandhi, an Indian citizen who was born in Porbandar, got a law education and participated in boycotts of British institutions as a nonviolent form of civil disobedience. Gandhi led them in the 400-kilometer (250-mile) Dandi Salt March in 1930, which was held in opposition to the British-imposed salt levy. Gandhi led them in 1942 when they demanded that the British leave India. Due to his several convictions, he spent a large period of time in prison in both India and South Africa. How did Mahatma Gandhi fight for universal freedom? Gandhi was a prominent figure in the Indian independence movement who organized the fight against British colonial rule, fought against anti-Indian legislation in the courts, and planned sizable protests against the colonial government. He developed a public persona along the way and an ideology he called Satyagraha. A philosophy known as Satyagraha places a strong emphasis on nonviolent resistance and the pursuit of the truth. He was given the honorary title of "Father of the Nation" or "Bapu" in honor of his important contributions to the struggles for Indian independence and his support of nonviolence. Gandhi encouraged and supported a huge number of nonviolent rallies and marches during the struggle for Indian independence. These protests were entirely consistent with the concept of nonviolent conduct. Investigating and explaining Gandhiji's usage of salt as a symbol of his protest during the Dandi Satyagraha is the goal of this study as well as to evaluate the significance and impact of Dandi march on the national movement?&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Aqib Yousuf Rather Copyright (c) 2022 Sat, 02 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Is the United Nations Redundant or Still Relevant? <p>The Atlantic Charter of 1941 guaranteed state equality and their freedom to choose any form of government. In 1942, 26 countries signed the UN Declaration, modelled after the Atlantic Charter. The United Nations Charter was drafted by fifty countries in June 1945 in San Francisco, based on proposals made by England, the USA, Russia, and China in 1944 at Dumbarton Oaks. The UN was founded on October 24, 1945. To maintain international peace, promote social and economic development, protect the environment, assist in humanitarian aid and protect women and children's rights, the UN has expanded its activities with the help of its various agencies. I am convinced that the UN will be the world's most important international institution in the twenty-first century. There have been some successes and failures since the Charter, including failing to prevent armed conflicts that have killed, injured, and displaced millions. There's no denying the UN Security Council's apparent failures in Syria. The aim of the study is to explain is the United Nations Redundant or still relevant?</p> Aadil Ahmad Shairgojri Copyright (c) 2022 Sat, 02 Jul 2022 00:00:00 +0000