Essay on the biography of Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi was a great politician, leader, statesman, scholar and freedom fighter. He was a public figure. He led the freedom movement. It was under his leadership that India got independence from the British rule after years of struggle. He launched many freedom movements to liberate the country from the rule of the foreigners. He was the apostle of peace and non-violence.
Mahatma Gandhi was born in a middle class family of Gujarat on 2nd October 1869. His father was the Diwan of. Rajkot. His mother was a highly religious woman. Mahatma Gandhi was an average student in his childhood. He was very regular and during his schooling. As a boy he was influenced by Harishchandra and Sarwana Kumar. He was very truthful in his childhood. Mahatma Gandhi received his early education at home. At the age of 17, he passed his matriculation examination. He went to England to study law. When he completed his studies, he returned to India and began to practice at the Bombay High Court. When he had to go to South Africa in connection with a case, he was deeply hurt to see the discrimination made with the non-whites there. They were made victims of the policies of the White government. This changed his mind. He fought for their rights. He underwent sufferings but remained steadfast in his convictions.
Gandhiji entered politics when he returned India. He was touched to see the plight of the masses. He fought with the British government with his tools of ahimsa and Satyagraha, i.e. non-violence and truth. In fact, he made his first experiment with non-violence in South Africa. He used the same weapon in his fight against the British. He suffered a lot for the cause of public. He sacrificed everything for the sake of the people. He started many movements to uproot the British from the Indian soil. He started Non-Cooperation movement, Civil Disobedience movement and Quit India movement. He went to England to attend the Second Round...
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