mahatma gandhi was a great leader who showed the way west to the British with a weapon called non-violence

Mahatma gandhi was the great man who introduced to the world the sharp weapons of satyagraha and non-violence. Not only did he introduce those weapons, he also proved to have great courage to use them. Even if the British Empire, which was not sunk by the stick, is torn down by the knuckles, the yarn is spun by the loom, the broom is picked up and the slums are cleaned. Starting alone, they brought millions of people together and showed the way west to the white layers.

Mahatma Gandhi was at the forefront of the leaders who greatly influenced humanity in the twentieth century. The struggle for Indian independence and the life of Gandhiji cannot be seen in isolation. Mahatma Gandhi's struggle to absorb the free gases of India, which has been under British rule for over 250 years. Gandhiji returned to India from South Africa in 1915 at the call of Gopala Krishna Gokhale. The British, along with other freedom fighters, fought until they left India.

Saturday (October 2) is Gandhiji's 152nd birthday. Gandhiji's real name was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He was born on 2 October 1869 in the village of Poru Bandar in Kathiawar district in the state of Gujarat to Karanchand Gandhi and Putli Bai. Gandhiji's father was a Diwan of Poru Bandar. The mother is a person who follows Hindu traditions.

Gandhiji was not an active student in education. He revealed this in his autobiography ‘My Experiments With Truth. It is one of the best selling books in the world. Mohandas, a child, used to sit in the back row of the classroom for a long time. Gandhiji completed his primary education in Rajkot and his higher education in Kathiawar. Afterwards, he went to South Africa. The revolt against the whites for the first time began there.

Gandhiji played a key role in bringing the whole country together and gaining independence. Left an indelible mark on the country. Became racist. Such a great man was brutally murdered on January 30, 1948. He was shot dead by Nathuram Godse on his way to a prayer hall at Birla's residence in Delhi that evening. A great soul who has influenced the universe. Hey Ram’ thus merged in the infinite gases.

Gandhiji's birthdays came a long way during the independence movement. But he never celebrated this festival except once in his life. He agreed that it was done with good intentions. It is the 75th birthday of the Mahatma. Gandhiji agreed if all members of the National Trust set up to commemorate Gandhiji's wife Kasturba, who died in February 1944, would be involved in fundraising. Gandhi was in jail at the time the trust was formed.

The trust aims to raise about Rs 75 lakh. Everything felt like it would be hard to collect the whole thing. But it was exceptionally well over Rs. On October 2, 1944, a program was organized at the Wardha Seva Ashram, and it was decided to give him the money of the Kasturba Trust. Madalasa, daughter of renowned industrialist Jamnalal Bajaj, took a close look at the arrangements. The servicehouse is beautifully decorated. The lights were lit around. Knowing this, Gandhiji immediately called Madalasa and rebuked him. ‘There is no food to eat in thousands of villages there is no light in their lives. Are you wasting oil here in the form of lamps? '

October 2, 1947, was Gandhiji's first and last (78th) birthday in independent India. Speaking passionately at a prayer meeting in Delhi, the Mahatma said.

Fasting spinning yarn prayer I think this is the right way to celebrate a birthday Today is my birthday to all of you. It's a day of mourning for me! Still surprised and ashamed to be alive. Millions of people have walked on my word all these days No one is listening to me today. If you really want to celebrate my birthday remove the hatred from your mind. That’s your responsibility!

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