He has educated me with beautiful and simple laws of life. The British empire was, at one time, the greatest empire in the world. He adopted the idea of equality and unity of man from Christian-Islamic religions Gandhi. His principles, practices and beliefs have changed my perception of life and living.
However, he refused to press charges against any member of the mob. On 13 Aprilpeople including women with children gathered in an Amritsar park, and a British officer named Reginald Dyer surrounded them and ordered his troops to fire on them.
There he studied the rudiments of arithmetic, history, the Gujarati language and geography. Secondly his insistence on all inclusive growth of the society and hence his focus on rural development.
He sacrificed his life for the sake of the country. The 31 January issue of The Guardian, a British newspaper, described Gandhi as walking from the "Birla House to the lawn where his evening prayer meetings were held". When a European magistrate in Durban asked him to take off his turban, he refused and left the courtroom.
Gandhi thus began his journey aimed at crippling the British India government economically, politically and administratively. Government warned him to not enter Delhi. The violence did stop. They cannot be enforced from above but depend upon their voluntary acceptance. On 30 MarchBritish law officers opened fire on an assembly of unarmed people, peacefully gathered, participating in satyagraha in Delhi.
Even after all these years, his principles, dedication and mission continue inspire the country. I believe, that following his values and principles is a key to successful life. Moreover, Gandhiji known as the Father of the Nation and for students like me as Bapu, is the inspiration for millions of people not only during the freedom movement, but even today.
Gandhi, it is true, was not concerned with constructing a system of philosophy, but mainly with applying the ideals and principles that had become a part of his life. He used terminology and phrases such as Rama -rajya from RamayanaPrahlada as a paradigmatic icon, and such cultural symbols as another facet of swaraj and satyagraha.
Jinnah, however, rejected the offer and insisted on the creation of Pakistan. In Januarywhen Gandhi landed in Durban, a mob of white settlers attacked him  and he escaped only through the efforts of the wife of the police superintendent.
Godse said, "I sat brooding intensely on the atrocities perpetrated on Hinduism and its dark and deadly future if left to face Islam outside and Gandhi inside, and.
In South Africa, he observed the racial injustice against poor. I feel so influenced by his ways of living that following them in my life seems very easy because these thoughts have given me a direction to live.
Even the British judges who sentenced him to imprisonment recognised Gandhi as an exceptional personality. To persuade his wife and mother, Gandhi made a vow in front of his mother that he would abstain from meat, alcohol and women.Mahatma Gandhi was born into a Hindu family inand he remained a devout Hindu throughout his life.
However, he was strongly influenced by ideas from several other religions and eventually developed many of his own unique ideas about religion, philosophy and the right way to live.
Gandhi was. His comparative studies of religions and interaction with scholars, led him to respect all religions as well as become concerned about imperfections in all of them and frequent misinterpretations.
Gandhi grew fond of Hinduism, and referred to the Bhagavad Gita as his spiritual dictionary and greatest single influence on his life.
Mahatma had done something that no other human has ever done before him - unite a quarter of the world population (with extreme diversity) on a peace mission with no modern tools, heridatory authority or religious gospels.
Mahatma Gandhi, byname of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, (born October 2,Porbandar, India—died January 30,Delhi), Indian lawyer, politician, social activist, and writer who became the leader of the nationalist movement against the British rule of India.
As such, he came to be considered the father of his country. The admiration for Mahatma Gandhi in all countries of the world rests on that recognition.
The New York Times in its editorial wrote: "It is Gandhi the saint who will be remembered, not only on the plains and in the hills of India, but all over the world.
His father, Karamchand Gandhi was an officer in state while his mother, Putlibai was a religious and traditional woman devoted to her family.
Due to his simple and cultured upbringing, Gandhi was an average and shy student at school.Download