"About Gandhi In Tamil" Essays and Research Papers

  • About Gandhi In Tamil

     FACTS ABOUT TAMIL LANGUAGE INTRODUCTION: Tamil  is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Tamil is also a national language of Sri Lanka and an official language of Singapore It is legalized as one of the languages of medium of education in Malaysia along with English...

    1st millennium, Centuries, India 867  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gandhi

    To what extent has the importance of Gandhi been exaggerated in persuading the British government to give India independence in 1947? Gandhi wasn’t as significant as people think he was during the struggle for Indian independence. Some believe that Gandhi was the reason why Britain gave independence to India, people exaggerated over his abilities and his actions during the struggle for Indian Independence, and so he then became “the Father of India” this again really exaggerated his importance...

    Bengal, British Empire, British Raj 2668  Words | 7  Pages

  • Gandhi

    Mohandas Gandhi: The Story of My Experiments the Truth Gandhi played a major role in the development of nonviolence and peaceful activities. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the pre-eminent political and spiritual leader of India and the Indian independence movement. He had many followers, and taught many how to protest peacefully, instead of using violence and war. Gandhi is a role model for many people today and is one of the most famous of all nonviolent activists. Gandhi made a large impact on...

    Indian independence movement, Kasturba Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 1363  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gandhi

    Discussion Guide for Gandhi Video: (Complete all 17 of these questions to answer prior to class, please.) 1. What was the principle or personal lesson that Gandhi taught his Christian clergyman friend, from the clergyman’s own law? Gandhi taught many lessons to his Christian clergyman friend, but the principal was probably that the lesson taught in the bible need it to be implemented in real life, on each act of our life and not only be preach. 2. What was the irony of Gandhi fighting for Indian...

    Bengal, British Empire, India 1753  Words | 5  Pages

  • gandhi

    his nation as well as across the world; this leader was Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi was a rebel, who successfully gained a large following and much support without formulating any violent war plans, or issuing violent attacks on the opposition. According to many of his writings, nonviolence and morality are the keys to achieving unity. Various peoples, such as Muslims and Jews, have encountered various situations throughout history where Gandhi felt as if using tactics other than war would be considerably...

    Indian independence movement, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Nazi Germany 1584  Words | 5  Pages

  • Gandhi

    1800s people of Indian nationality confronted discrimination in all parts of South Africa, and someone affected by this was Mahatma Gandhi, known as the “great soul”. Gandhi was an activist and philosopher who used nonviolent resistance, he was the controlling figure who struggled along with all the Indian population to gain independence from Great Britain. Gandhi introduced passive resistance, a concept also known as “satyagraha,” which was a method to abstain from cooperating with authorities...

    Civil disobedience, Leo Tolstoy, Martin Luther King, Jr. 1046  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gandhi

    British rule was Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948). The main resource used by him in the struggle against the British was based on the strategy of active non-violence. Gandhi preached civil disobedience and non-violence, (Satygraha) of the Indians against the English authorities through non-payment of taxes and rejection of British industrial products. The purpose was to weaken the opponent, preventing any cooperation with it, but without using violence. Mahatma Gandhi was the preeminent leader...

    British Empire, British Raj, India 1168  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gandhi

    Liberation TOPIC: India: Gandhi and the Nationalist Movement THESIS: How did Gandhi’s influence transform India; politically, economically and socially? INTRODUCTION This Internal Assessment is based on Decolonization and Liberation. It will focus on one man in particular, Mohandas Karamchan Gandhi and his contributions to India politically, economically and socially. He said “be the change you want to see”, and as such he was indeed the change that India needed. Gandhi was a selfless individual...

    Bengal, British Raj, Indian independence movement 2411  Words | 7  Pages

  • Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam

    The Tamils are an ethic group and lives in southern India and on Sri Lanka (mainly in the state of Tamil Nadu); it is an island of 21 million people odd the southern tip of India. According to a 2001 government census, most Tamils live in the eastern and the northern Sri Lanka, and they comprise approximately 10 percent of the island’s population. From their religion most of them are Hindu but Tamil language set them apart from the four fifths of Sri Lankans who are Sinhalese; the members of a largely...

    Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka 2598  Words | 7  Pages

  • Clearing the Slums in Tamil Nadu

    (i) To create an awareness regarding the policy of the Government in mitigating the problems of slums. 2.(ii) Explaining the schemes proposed by the Government like slum resettlement and rehabilitation to the public. 3.(iii) To inform the citizen about Employment training, Education and Welfare scheme introduced by the Government. ORGANISATION: The Board is governed by a Chairman, Managing Director and 10 members representing various departments of the Government. POLICY OF SLUM IMPROVEMENT: ...

    Chennai, Government, Kanchipuram 856  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tamil Language

    Tamil /ˈtæmɪl/[8] (தமிழ், tamiḻ, [t̪ɐmɨɻ] ?) is a Dravidian language spoken predominantly by Tamil people of South India and North-east Sri Lanka. It has official status in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Tamil is also a national language of Sri Lanka[9] and an official language of Singapore[10] It is legalized as one of the languages of medium of education inMalaysia along with English, Malay and Mandarin.[7][11] It is also chiefly spoken in the states...

    1st millennium, Centuries, Dravidian languages 817  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Review on India After Gandhi

    India After Gandhi The history of the world’s largest democracy By Ramchandra Guha A review by Meenakshi Jha M.A (Political Science), Final As a student, I remember how boring history lessons were. When spoken about the history of India, we remember the great Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro civilizations or the mighty empire of Chandra Guptha Maurya; the feared armies of Ashoka and his Kalinga story etc etc… And the most important, the British invasion of India and the celebrated freedom...

    History of India, India, Indian National Congress 1214  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gandhi

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    Batangas, CALABARZON, Lipa City 1215  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi as a Mass Communicator

    importance than the 'editorials', I believe it should be interesting to know how the Father of our Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, contributed to the fields of journalism and mass communication. An effective communicator, Gandhi was fearless and eloquent with his words. He reached out to millions of people and convinced them of his cause. According to Chalapathi Raju, an eminent editor, Gandhi was probably the greatest journalist of all time, and the weeklies he ran and edited were probably the greatest...

    Gujarat, India, Indian independence movement 1666  Words | 5  Pages

  • Gandhi Paper

    Sierra Fernandez 11-9-12 Anthropology 113 Gandhi Mahatma What I find most interesting about Mahatma Gandhi and his life and work is how he was a very spiritual leader to many people and people looked up to him as one of their hero’s. Mahatma Gandhi was considered a father of the Indian Independence Movement and believed in non-violence. I find it very interesting how Mahatma Gandhi went on a Salt March for 24 days and walked 241 miles with his satyagrahis to the coast where they had picked...

    Civil disobedience, History of India, Indian independence movement 1078  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tamil Nadu

    tamil Nadu has been ranked No 1 by the Economic Freedom Rankings for the States of India [1] Possessing the fifth largest economy (2004–2005) among states in India, Tamil Nadu is also the second most industrialised state next to Maharastra.[2] It ranks second in per capita income (2004–2005) among large states. It ranks third in foreign direct investment approvals (cumulative 1991-2002) of 225,826 million ($5,000 million), next only to Maharashtra 366,024 million ($8,100 million)) and Delhi...

    Chennai, Coimbatore, India 967  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    Literary Analysis Mahatma Gandhi and Nonviolent Resistance In this paper, I would like to examine the movie ‘’Ghandi”. Mohandas Gandhi was born in 1869 in India which was a colony of the British Empire. The life of young Mohandas centered on his mother, who taught him about the Hindu doctrine of ahisma, which is the refusal to do harm and the duty to do good. This belief was foundation for the bold and courageous acts that led to Gandhi’s fame as a proponent of nonviolence resistance...

    Ahimsa, Civil disobedience, Gujarat 840  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Life of Gandhi

    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in Porbandar, India on October 2nd, 1869. When he was 7, he became engaged to Katsurbai Makanji. When he was 14 he married her. Gandhi's father, Karamchand, died two years later in 1885. After receiving his primary education in India, Gandhi left for India in 1888 to study law at the Inner Temple. He passed the English Bar Exam on June 10, 1891, and returned to India to practice law. After his Indian law practice failed, he spent a year in South Africa, starting...

    British Empire, British Raj, India 1456  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tamil Sangams

    ------------------------------------------------- Tamil Sangams The Tamil Sangams were assemblies of Tamil scholars and poets that, according to traditional Tamil accounts, occurred in the remote past. Some scholars believe that these assemblies were originally known as kooṭal or gathering.[1][2][3] Three assemblies are described. The legend has it that the first two of which were held in cities since "taken by the sea", and the third of which was held during the 5th century...

    Kumari Kandam, Sangam literature, Sangam period 1352  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tamil Language

    7 Assignment 2014 SRI LANKA Janani Balamanoharan 7J SECTION 1: History of Sri Lanka People from the Tamil region of India emigrated to Ceylon (this was Sri Lanka’s name before 1972) in between 3 BC and 1200 AD. Upon their arrival, the Tamil rulers fought the Sinhalese rulers for control of Sri Lanka. This resulted in the Tamils, who were mostly Hindus, to claim the northern part of Sri Lanka and the Sinhalese, who were mostly Buddhists, claimed the southern part...

    British Empire, India, Sigiriya 553  Words | 5  Pages

  • mahatma gandhi

    Mohatma Gandhi is considered the father of the Indian independence movement. Gandhi spent 20 years in South Africa working to fight discrimination. It was there that he created his concept of satyagraha, a non-violent way of protesting against injustices. While in India, Gandhi's obvious virtue, simplistic lifestyle, and minimal dress endeared him to the people. He spent his remaining years working diligently to both remove British rule from India as well as to better the lives of India's poorest...

    Civil disobedience, India, Indian independence movement 982  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gandhi and Nonviolence

    Goal of reaching Nonviolence Gandhi maintained certain practices that were considered essential Satyagraha practices, which he believed would bring nonviolence to the world. He named this power Satyagraha which means “reality force or holding onto truth.” Gandhi had said, “ The Truth is far more powerful than any weapon of mass destruction.” In the clear view of violence, Gandhi had come the realization that nonviolence was greater to violence itself. Gandhi believed in eleven practices that...

    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Nonviolence, Philosophy 1634  Words | 4  Pages

  • effect of gandhi on indian culture

    Analysis of Effect of Gandhi on Indian culture India has both a rich cultural history spanning multiple millenniums, and is the 2nd most populated country on earth with a population of 1,155 million (C1), trailing China’s population of 1,331 million but leading the 3rd most populated country on earth by a whopping 275% — the United States, which has 308 million people. However, many people in India are very poor and under-nourished, lacking proper food, water, shelter, infrastructure, education...

    British Raj, India, Indian independence movement 1420  Words | 4  Pages

  • Indira Gandhi

    ------------------------------------------------- ETHICS & VALUES ------------------------------------------------- ASSIGNMENT-1 on ------------------------------------------------- Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Submitted to: Submitted by: ------------------------------------------------- ...

    Allahabad, Gulzarilal Nanda, India 1602  Words | 6  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    Mahatma GandhiMohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Gujarati: મોહનદાસ કરમચંદ ગાંધી, pronounced [moːɦən̪d̪aːs kərəmʨən̪d̪ ɡaːn̪d̪ʱiː] ( listen); 2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was the pre-eminent political and spiritual leader of India during the Indian independence movement. He pioneered satyagraha—resistance to tyranny through mass civil disobedience, a philosophy firmly founded upon ahimsa, or total nonviolence, which helped India to gain independence, and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom...

    Civil disobedience, Gujarat, Indian independence movement 1029  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gandhis Impact

    civil disobedience movement. During the 1920’s when Gandhi had first introduced a sense of nationalism among his fellow Indians, he did so with great passion yet there was still much to be done to gain respect from the British. His campaign for Swaraj took a new form when his demands were ignored, and he introduced the Civil Disobedience movement in the early 1930’s. Gandhi had sent a letter to the viceroy on March 2nd, 1930 addressing him about his displeasure with British rule, so as a form of...

    Ahmedabad, Civil disobedience, Dandi, Gujarat 1153  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mohandas Gandhi

    Mohandas Gandhi Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as mahatma Gandhi, was a Indian nationalist leader, who established his country's freedom through a nonviolent revolution. Gandhi became a leader in a difficult struggle, the Indian campaign for home rule. He believed and dedicated his life to demonstrating that both individuals and nations owe it to themselves to stay free, and to allow the same freedom to others. Gandhi was one of the gentlest of men, a devout and almost mystical Hindu...

    British Empire, India, Indian independence movement 1041  Words | 4  Pages

  • untouchables and gandhi

     and  change  how  Indians  viewed  these  untouchables;;  Gandhi  believed  it was  unfair  and  wrong  to  treat  people  this  way.  I’m  glad  there  are  people  like  him  in  the world  who  are  willing  to  stand  up  and  work  towards  a  good  cause.The  book  we  are  reading in  class,  Gandhi:  His  Life  and  Message,  by  Louis  Fischer  is  an  eye  opener  to  whom Gandhi  was  and  what  he  believed  in.  Gandhi  was  apologist  against  the  caste  system of  India  and...

    Caste, Caste system in India, Dalit 1068  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gandhi And Nehru

    empire of ancient India. The other duo was that of Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru who were instrumental in laying the base of a modern Indian state and giving shape to ideas in the realm of education, culture and democracy.1 Gandhi founded the Satyagraha Ashram after returning from South Africa and successfully employed the principles of Satyagraha in uniting the peasants of Kheda and Champaran against the government. After this victory Gandhi was bestowed the title of Bapu and Mahatma and his fame...

    20th century, History of India, India 1228  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    seem invincible, but in the end, they always fail. Think of it: always.” – Mohandas Gandhi. Aroused by the massacre of Amritsar in 1919, Gandhi put all his life’s effort into breaking free from the clutches of Great Britain. As the principal figure used his influential philosophy of non-violent confrontation, he inspired political activists with many persuasions throughout the whole world. Not only was Mohandas Gandhi a glorious diplomat, but also his effort to achieve liberty and equality for all...

    Ahimsa, Gujarat, Indian independence movement 1126  Words | 2  Pages

  • Gandhi & Satyagraha

    figures in the history of India, Mohandas K. Gandhi, also known as the Mahatma, or "The Great Soul", was the spiritual and practical founder of active non-violent resistance, a concept called Satyagraha. Also known as ¡°soul-force¡± or ¡°truth-force¡±, Gandhi developed this revolutionary technique as a method of gaining political and social reforms against the injustices experienced by Indians under British Colonial rule. For most of his life, Gandhi devoted himself to perfecting the Satyagraha...

    Ahimsa, Leo Tolstoy, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 1416  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    Mahatma Gandhi (Mohandas Karamchand) "Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever walked upon this earth in flesh and blood". -Albert Einstein Throughout history most national heroes have been warriors, but Gandhi was a passive and peaceful preacher of morals, ethics, and beliefs. He was an outsider who ended British rule over India without striking a blow. Moreover, Gandhi was...

    Civil disobedience, Indian independence movement, Leo Tolstoy 956  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mohandas Gandhi

    Mohandas Gandhi Born into a merchant family in 1869, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was under the influence of powerful people. Members of his family had served as prime ministers of an Indian state for several generations. His parents were strong in their religion, being devout and earnest Hindus. They were a part of a Hindu sect that worshipped Vishnu and promoted non-violence. Apparently, he was most influenced by his mother, a gentle and intelligent person. According to Hindu custom, he married...

    Ahimsa, British Empire, Gujarat 1470  Words | 5  Pages

  • Gandhi Imperialism

    In the following essay I am going to analyse and interpret the speech of Gandhi which is addressed at the A.I.C.C. The speech was held in Bombay in August 1942. He speaks in Hindustani to the people of A.I.C.C to tell them about his plan of action. Gandhi wants to say some words about the resolution. At first he request the audience to see the resolution of his own point of view. Of course this words have power because he is a respected person and an ideal, too. He wants that the audience understand...

    Human rights, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Nonviolence 1053  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gandhi and Hitler

    a huge part of history. Two of these leaders are Mohandas Gandhi and Adolf Hitler. Gandhi was mainly known for solving his people’s problems in a peaceful manner. Hitler was mainly known for being a dictator that started the Holocaust. Both of these leaders made huge influences on the people around them. Mohandas Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, a coastal town in Gujarat, Western India. Gandhi was the leader of the Indian nationalist movement against...

    Adolf Hitler, Germany, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 544  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi was a believer of sorting out conflicts through peaceful means. Ahimsa wishes no harm to any living being, whether human or not. It included not only a lack of physical harm to one’s opponents, but also a lack of hatred or towards them. Ahimsa originated from ancient India, evidenced by scriptures, and is practiced in the religions Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Living in the period of time when India was being colonized and unjustly treated by the British,...

    Ahimsa, Civil disobedience, Gandhism 781  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    In 1978, James McGregor Burns wrote about the dearth of leadership. "One of the most universal cravings of our time is a hunger for compelling and creative leadership." McGregor Burns’ search for "moral leadership" reveals the tragedy of leadership studies- the confusion of leadership with power. Traditionally, leaders have been defined as those who hold power; allowing presidents, prime ministers and military generals, regardless of their accomplishments, to be considered leaders. Leadership studies...

    Civil disobedience, India, Indian independence movement 1113  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gandhi the educator

    Gandhi was a prolific writer. One of Gandhi's earliest publications, Hind Swaraj, published in Gujarati in 1909, is recognised[by whom?] as the intellectual blueprint of India's freedom movement. The book was translated into English the next year, with a copyright legend that read "No Rights Reserved".[206] For decades he edited several newspapers including Harijan in Gujarati, in Hindi and in the English language; Indian Opinion while in South Africa and, Young India, in English, and Navajivan,...

    Gujarat, Gujarati people, India 624  Words | 3  Pages

  • Book Biography of Rajiv Gandhi

    Rajiv Gandhi, the eldest son of Feroze and Indira Gandhi, was born on August 20, 1944 and the youngest person to become the Prime Minister of India at the age of 40. He was India’s 9th Prime Minister and 3rd among the Gandhi family. He held his position after her mother’s death on October 31, 1984 until he resigned on December 2, 1989 after an election defeat. Though having no relationship to Mahatma Gandhi, his leadership brought substantial influence in India’s external political relationship....

    India, Indian National Congress, Indira Gandhi 1740  Words | 5  Pages

  • Discourse on Tamil Tigers Ideology

    Discourse On the Tamil Tigers “I would prefer to die in honour rather than being caught alive by the enemy” (Towards Liberation 83). V. Prabakaran, leader and founder of the LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam), said this during an exclusive interview with the magazine the “Sunday.” This statement represents how most Tamil Tigers feel about their fight for freedom. Tamil Tigers are dedicated to dying in battle rather than being caught by the enemy (Sri Lanka military). The Tamil Tigers were founded...

    Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Northern Province, Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka 1149  Words | 3  Pages

  • MAHATMA GANDHI NG INDIA

    MAHATMA GANDHI NG INDIA Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi ; 2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was the preeminent leader of Indian independence movement in British-ruled India. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. The honorific Mahatma (Sanskrit: "high-souled", "venerable"[2])—applied to him first in 1914 in South Africa,[3]—is now used worldwide. He is also called Bapu (Gujarati: endearment for "father"...

    Civil disobedience, Gujarat, India 1585  Words | 5  Pages

  • Conversation Between Hitler and Gandhi

    hypothetical situation, between Gandhi and Hitler. Narrator 2 -- Before we proceed, here is a small introduction of Gandhi and Hitler! Narrator 1 -- Gandhi was the personification of kindness and humanity. Hitler was a living monster. Gandhi achieved the exemplary feat of freeing this sub-continent from the mighty British Empire through peaceful means while Hitler became the cause of killing more than fifty lacks innocent men, women and children. Narrator 2 -- Gandhi loved humanity. He encouraged...

    Adolf Hitler, Antisemitism, Germany 559  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nari Gandhi

    NARI GANDHI TROPHY 2011 “Inspired by Yesterday Aspired for Tomorrow” PREMISE: India simultaneously lives in three time zones. Moorings from the past and aspirations for tomorrow coexist today to create the present. In India therefore history is not a fossilised past but rather a continuum of the tradition. History lives on as tradition. A land of long history and deep traditions, its architectural landscape has innumerable edifices that have transcended time to remain timeless even after centuries...

    Architectural design, Architecture, Construction 1094  Words | 4  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi: Man of Peace

    Mohandas Gandhi, Whom most people know as Mahatma, meaning “Great Soul,” is one of the most prevalent images in the minds of those who think about great leaders, in the movement for human rights and non-violence. However, not much is known about his life as a child and his achievements in the early twentieth century. All the staging grounds in Gandhi’s stance towards non violence, human rights, and peace took place in the years leading up to the twentieth century and the...

    Ahimsa, Gujarat, Kasturba Gandhi 2230  Words | 6  Pages

  • Indian Independence Movement and Gandhi

     Gandhi was an influential figure in our society. He taught many people about equal rights, honouring thy neighbour, and peace and tranquillity. Although at times his actions were deemed improbable and insane nevertheless, they were effective. Life of Mohatama Gandhi;his goals he accomplish for freedom for South Africa; and how Mohatama finally obtained freedom for India. Gandhi, also known as Mahatma Gandhi, was born in the present state of Gujarat on October 2, 1869. He was...

    British Empire, India, Indian independence movement 979  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gandhi on Women Emancipation

    much did Gandhi contribute towards their emancipation. The book has altogether 5 chapters, starting with the first chapter which is ‘Position of women in before Gandhi’. Chapter 2, 3, 4 is about ‘Social regeneration’, ‘Economic regeneration’, and ‘Political regeneration’ of the women in our Indian Society when Gandhi came into the scene. And the last chapter is ‘Gandhi and the present status of women’, which is mostly an attempt made by the authors to assess the contribution made by Gandhi to the...

    Arya Samaj, Bengal Renaissance, Brahmo Samaj 1390  Words | 4  Pages

  • Terrorism and Tamil Tigers

    certain goal, which happens to be of political purposes most of the times. In this essay, we’ll look into the different reasons of why people resort to terrorism, if it is really the last and best way to achieve what they want. I will also write about the opposing views of seeing terrorists as just terrorists alone, or if they are actually freedom fighters. Lastly, we will discuss if terrorism can ever be justified. One of the factors is due to political reasons. Unlike other types of terrorism...

    Israel, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Resistance movement 1462  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi

     Mahatma Gandhi Introduction India is one of the most blessed regions that are closely associated with personalities that express an outstanding ability in what they do. Despite the fact that India is renowned for outstanding poverty levels, there is a positive dimension about it. There are very many enticing developments as well as discoveries that are accrued to Indian important men. It is thought that these among other great men are entirely involved in making India...

    Gujarat, India, Indian independence movement 1963  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi - Hinduism

    Mahatma Gandhi- Hinduism Hinduism is a worldwide religious belief based upon the knowledge of the Veda and the Vedic Indo-Iranian religion. It includes countless religious traditions that vary between practices. It also includes several different philosophies. Hinduism is the world’s oldest existing major religion. A believer, teacher and major idol in the Hindu faith is Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi was born Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi on October 2nd, 1869 in Porbandar, India. Gandhi became...

    Ahimsa, Hinduism, Jainism 794  Words | 3  Pages

  • Relevance of Gandhi in Modern Era

    Relevance of Gandhi in Modern Times | | by Rajen Barua | |   | Looking at the present state of affairs in India, the birthplace of Gandhi, one would probably surmise that Gandhism, whatever the term may mean, cannot have any relevance in modern times. Gandhi is called the Father of the Nation who, single handedly stood up against the mighty British Empire, without any arms, and brought her independence. However, today, just after 60 years of his assassination, Gandhi is remembered in India...

    Ahimsa, Aung San Suu Kyi, Indira Gandhi 1639  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gandhi Film Review

    do not know what religion means” (Gandhi, 1957; 504). These words are only a glimpse of Gandhi’s revolutionary sight that changed Western intellectuals. As we continue to remember his blessings, Gandhi will be known as a leader of the successful freedom struggle and a representative of the highest level of thinking in the Hindu religious tradition. Mohandas Gandhi had many accomplishments throughout his 78 years of life. To briefly outline a few, Gandhi successfully accomplished to abjure...

    Ahimsa, Gandhi, Gujarat 1579  Words | 4  Pages

  • mahatma gandhi a great warrior

    In 1915, Gandhi returned to India permanently. He brought an international reputation as a leading Indian nationalist, theorist and organiser. He joined the Indian National Congress and was introduced to Indian issues, politics and the Indian people primarily by Gopal Krishna Gokhale. Gokhale was a key leader of the Congress Party best known for his restraint and moderation, and his insistence on working inside the system. Gandhi took Gokhale's liberal approach based on British Whiggish traditions...

    British Raj, India, Indian independence movement 1663  Words | 5  Pages

  • Paths of Budda and Gandhi

    Budda and Gandhi Siddhartha Gautama was a devoted spiritual teacher and is considered as the founder of the Buddhism faith. Within the Buddhist faith, Siddhartha Gautama is the Supreme “Buddha” meaning “awakened one" or "the enlightened one" and is often considered within the religion of Hinduism as a deity. Historians are not sure of the exact years of his birth and death. For the most part, it is believed that he lived around 563 BCE to 483 BCE, while other historians think his passing...

    Buddhism, Gautama Buddha, Indian independence movement 799  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mahatma Gandhi Research Paper

    Mahatma Gandhi Aroused by the massacre of Amritsar in 1919, Gandhi devoted his life to gaining India’s independence from Great Britain. As the dominant figure used his persuasive philosophy of non-violent confrontation, he inspired political activists with many persuasions throughout the world (Andrews 23). Not only was Mahatma Gandhi a great peacemaker, but also his work to achieve freedom and equality for all people was greatly acknowledged. Gandhi’s unconventional style of leadership gained...

    Civil disobedience, India, Indian independence movement 1562  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gandhi and Gorbachev, Mao and Mandela

    Gandhi and Gorbachev, Mao and Mandela Undoubtedly, Gandhi, Mao, Mandela, and Gorbachev have been some of the greatest and most influential figures in the past century and a half. They have all had a large impact in their individual nations, as well as the world, bringing about significant change. Gandhi and Gorbachev went about establishing change by nonviolently trying to reform their governments. While, Mao and Mandela strived for revolutionary change in their countries and went about achieving...

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