Mahatma Gandhi (October 2, 1869)was the leader of India’s non-violent independence movement against British rule and in South Africa who advocated for the civil rights of Indians.
Born – Porbandar, India
Studied – law and organized boycotts against British institutions in peaceful forms of civil disobedience.
Death – In 1948
The bare-white, simple-looking, savage, savage man, liberated that great country from the great empire of the British Empire through a vast but non-violent struggle.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2nd October 1869 in Jorbandar, India. His father, Karamachand Gandhi, a high-ranking officer in the area, added to the University of London for higher education.
He was also a father-in-law, including in a traditional child-rearing marriage. At the age of 13, he resided with “Custerba” at age 14, when he was 15 years old when his first child was born.
He returned to India with a law degree from London and spent some time in several jobs in Gandhi. In 1893, he had to go to South Africa for legal profession.
Since then, he began his non-violent struggle for the benefit of the Indians who are subject to British imperialism in South Africa.
The Natal Colony of the South African British Empire was home to many Indians, including Gandhi. White people treated them like slaves.
At one time, Gandhi was on his way to a group in a class in a class in South Africa. He had purchased the relevant ticket in the first class paying the due amount. However, he was ordered to transfer to the third class compartment, as he was an Indians black skinny. Gandhi refused the order. He was then thrown out of the train.
On another occasion, Gandhi was assaulted by motorists in the vehicle he was traveling to, after which a white man had not been seated. The Indians were even staying in hotels in South Africa.