Mohandas K. Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in a town called Porbandar in India. He was born by his two wealthy parents. He got his first education in a private school in India. The name of the school is Unknown. Gandhi left India and went to study in the Alfred High School in London. He then went to University College in London where he got his degree as a Lawyer. He then moved to South Africa in his twenties as an Attorney. He was married at the age of 13 and Later he had four children:
Gandhi had four main aims: To make everyone believe in Non-Violence, to make India Independent, to show the Indian’s that they can make their own salt by using their ocean and to remove untoachbility.
Non-Violence was Gandhi’s main aim. He wanted to show that people can settle things without having to use violence. Gandhi’s second aim was to make India independent, by making the British leave India. but he would non-violence to make Indian independent . The salt making process by the Indian and not paying salt tax to the British played a fundamental part in the leading India into Independence. Gandhi led a march to show that Indian could make salt by themselves and not being taxed by the British. His last aim was to remove Untouchability. The Untouchables were the people who were the poorest and came from low cast system and who could not be touched.
Gandhi believed that the universal human being value had to be non-violent. It is a very powerful means to avoid conflict. This is because he believed that everyone in their own moral, social and economical way can solve their problems by using non-violence. This is why Gandhi spoke about the fact that they should all avoid confrontation and resolve difference use non-violence. The way that he talked about non-violence influenced the Indians in his speeches which made them follow in Gandhi’s footsteps. Gandhi’s followers used non-violence everywhere they went; even when they were being beat up by the police they did...
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