Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, or commonly known as Mahatma Gandhi was one of the most customary figure in post colonial studies mainly due to the fact that he was the one who resisted the Indian rule and stood up for the Indian citizens to given them equal rights and civil liverty. In addition, some says that he is the father of Indian Independence Movement, pointing out his works as a resistance to British rule. Family
Mohandas Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869, in Porbandar, India. His clan belongs to the Bania Caste, classified as merchants, but he had three generations, from his grandfather that were seated as the Prime Minister of several Kathiawad States. Gandhi’s father was an illiterate during those times when he married his spouse, Gandhi’s mother, and 4th marriage in over forty years old. While his father was short-tempered and brave, Gandhi described his mother as a “saint” due to her deep religious beliefs. He even remembered when his mother visits a temple everyday, thus she made it habitual, and the scene where his mother pray before meal. Childhood
During his early years in school, Gandhi emphasized that nothing would have been noted in these years; a shy and mediocre young boy. But what stands out to him was his obedience, to the point that he never copied anything in his entire life. He married at the age of 13 to a girl named Kasturba because of the so-called fixed marriage. In India, marriage is a complex thing, and elders decide to whom will the youngsters be tied with one another. Kasturba fostered four children with Gandhi. His pursuit of being a lawyer
At the age of 18, Gandhi left India for London to study law. Gandhi didn’t catch the hook at first. His first three months was mainly his adjustment period to the culture, language, society, environment and many more. It was more like the embellishment of his life during those months; tried to buy new stuffs that could’ve transformed him into and English...