Mahatma Gandhi was a great man of India. His full name is MONAGHAN DAS KARAMCHAND GANDI. He was born 2 Oct 1869 at the Porbandar. His father was the dewan of a state. His mother was a religious woman. After receiving education in India, he went to England to study law. After coming back from there as a barrister in the beginning, he started his practice in South Africa, but soon he started Satyagrah movement to improve the pitiable conditions of the Indian setters there.
Mahatma Gandhi is very famous in India as “Bapu” or “Rastrapita”. The full name of him is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He was a great freedom fighter who led India as a leader of the nationalism against British rule. He was born on 2nd of October in 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat, India. He died on 30th of January in 1948. M.K.
Gandhi was assassinated by the Hindu activist, Nathuram Godse, who was hanged later as a punishment by the government of India. He has been given another name by the Rabindranath Tagore as “Martyr of the Nation” since 1948.
After finalizing GANDI-SMUTS he came back to India. He considered truth & non violence as the best weapons for achieving freedom of India. He started non-co-operation & satyagrah movement. At last, truth & non violence were victorious & the British Empire had to admit defeat. India became free in 1947. But country was divided in India & Pakistan. He was died in 30 Aug 1948.
Mahatma Gandhi is called as Mahatma because of his great works and greatness all through the life. He was a great freedom fighter and non-violent activist who always followed non-violence all though his life while leading India for the independence from British rule.
He was born on 2nd of October in 1869 at Porbandar in Gujarat, India. He was just 18 years old while studying law in the England. Later he went to British colony of South Africa to practice his law where he got differentiated from the light skin people because of being a dark skin person. That’s why he decided to became a political activist in order to do so some positive changes in such unfair laws.
Later he returned to India and started a powerful and non-violent movement to make India an independent country. He is the one who led the Salt March (Namak Satyagrah or Salt Satyagrah or Dandi March) in 1930. He inspired lots of Indians to work against British rule for their own independence.