• Sabarmati Ashram
    captured unforgettable moments from Mahatma Gandhi's illustrious life. COLLECTION • "My life is my message" gallery, consisting of 8 life-size painting and more than 250 photo-enlargements of some of the vivid and historic events of Gandhi's life • Gandhi in Ahmedabad Gallery, tracking...
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  • Ghandi speech essay
    To what extent does Gandhi use relatively simple syntax, expressing ethos and pathos, to appeal to a larger audience. The 'Quit India' speech was given by Mahatma Gandhi on August 8th of 1942. "Let me explain my position clearly", Gandhi said, to begin his first point. He uses very simple syntax...
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  • Dr B.R. Ambedkar
    a Buddhist? What were his views on Ahimsa? Not knowing whether any book would satisfy my quest for knowledge I went to my favorite bookshop at the Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan & was fortunate to find a book by D Keer. Having read Life Story of Veer Savarkar by the same author I instinctively knew that...
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  • Ghandi Film Analysis
    , but for this task I chose a film which not only made me cry, but also changed my view of the world and made me see previously unnoticed things. I’m not saying that it was easy to decide what film to analyse. It took me quite long time to choose. I wanted something extraordinary. I wanted a film...
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  • Mahatma the Great
    , where he developed his political views, ethics and political leadership skills. Indians in South Africa were led by wealthy Muslims, who employed Gandhi as a lawyer, and by impoverished Hindu indentured laborers with very limited rights. Gandhi considered them all to be Indians, taking a lifetime view...
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  • Indira Gandhi- Corruption at Its Finest
    chaos and I feared for my family every minute of those 10 days.” (Mangat) Indira Gandhi has made huge political strides in Indian government, for the worse. She has made irreversible changes during her Emergency regime that has negatively affected India’s political, social, and religious views. She...
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  • History
    * My contributions * Log out * Article * Discussion * Read * Edit * View history * Watch ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form Bottom of Form * Main page * Contents * Featured content * Current events * Random article...
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  • Gandhi
    based in the city of Pretoria.[30] He spent 21 years in South Africa, where he developed his political views, ethics and political leadership skills.[citation needed] Gandhi in South Africa (1895) Indians in South Africa were led by wealthy Muslims, who employed Gandhi as a lawyer, and by...
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  • Indira Gandhi
    my point of view she was always a great ruler and who won the hearts of the people by her kind nature and legitimatic ideas. * She was brought up by pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s speeches and advices. Also she was one of the very few educated Indian women at that time. * During her era India...
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  • Mis
    his inability to foreseen that Muslims and Indians eventually will have their own different values and standards. By this I am not saying that Gandhi failed as a leader, on the contrary he succeeded enormously but in my perspective he succeeded by using mostly only two types of leadership...
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  • Gandhi Concept of Civil Disobedience
    Mahatma Gandhi is considered to be the leading theorist in the history of civil disobediencmovement. The Gandhian concept of civil disobedience and satyagraha is the greatest contributionto mankind in our times. Albert Einstein said, “It is my belief that the problem of bringing peaceto the world...
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  • untouchables and gandhi
     that  it  would  demolish  the  caste  system.  Even  though  he  was  raised  Hindu, Gandhi  did  not  view  the  caste  system  this  way,  he  died  believing  that  the  Untouchables deserved  equality. “In  the  early  years  of  his  Mahatma  Hood,  Gandhi  favored  the  case  system.  ‘I...
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  • R.S - Animal Rights
    . My own view is that animals should have rights because although as moral and higher mind beings, and as Gandhi says we should already respect that they are equal to us, as human beings we do not seem to follow our own moral compass. Having evaluated and looked at both sides of the argument I...
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  • Love Your Enemies
    . Although with his courageous words and actions he was a very powerful person he still could not control the decisions and actions of others. Gandhi once said,"I have no strength, save what God gives me. I have no authority over my country men, save the purely moral." Like many of our brave and peaceful...
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  • Paper
    television and in the media daily.   My Role Model I personally believe that a good role model should have certain qualities, and he should... * Have a good personality * Be humble * Be respectable * Be ambitious His proper name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Gandhi was born on October...
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  • Shyness
    SHYNESS MY SHIELD | SHYNESS MY SHIELD is the real life story of Mohandas Garamchand Gandhi written in his autobiography The Story Of My Experiments With Truth. In SHYNESS MY SHIELD Mohandas Garamchand Gandhi talks about his shyness and how it shielded him.When he was elected to the Executive...
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  • Gandhi
    . Initially accepting a contract from a Muslim Indian firm to travel to South Africa for a year, Gandhi remained for twenty more. It was in those twenty more years that he developed his political views, ethics, laid the foundation for satyagraha, his concept of non-violence, and was renowned for his...
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  • British Imperialism
    an Asian Democracy, (New York, 1985) A. Copley, Gandhi: Against the tide, (Oxford, 1987) M. K. Gandhi, The Stories of My Experiments with Truth, An Autobiography, (London, 1929) J. Nehru, An Autobiography, (Oxford, 1936) T. Raychaudhuri, “Indian Nationalism as Animal Politics,” in The...
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  • Nietzsche and Gandhi, Society
    exemplifies everything that Gandhi was attempting to convey about the over indulgence of man as aided by doctors. Because of the doctoral profession, Nietzsche states, “my body… felt more at ease; but my mind became weakened” (Nietzsche 33). By weakening the minds of the public, doctors are directly...
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  • social justice
    . In these contexts we can be seen Gandhi's conception of social justice. Gandhi's idea for decentralization of power and authority is one safeguard for individual freedom. Gandhi wrote in Harijan dated 26 July, 1942, "My idea of village swaraj is that it is complete republic, independent of its...
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