Gandhiji Essays and Term Papers

  • Gandhiji

    Principle of the Common Good In general, the common good consists of all the conditions of society and the goods secured by those conditions, which allow individuals to achieve human and spiritual flourishing. The social teaching of the Catholic Church insists that the human community, including its...

      18125 Words | 48 Pages   Gandhism, Satyagraha, Anna Hazare, Jan Lokpal Bill

  • gandhiji

    PAGE 1: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi 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 —applied to him...

      2405 Words | 4 Pages   Ahimsa, Salt March, Mahatma Gandhi, Satyagraha

  • gandhiji

    Role of Mahatma Gandhi in Freedom Struggle One of the greatest men in the history of India is unarguably Mahatma Gandhi. The way he gave shape and character to India's freedom struggle is worthy of a standing ovation. He sacrificed his own life for the sake of his country. The respect that he earned...

      649 Words | 2 Pages   Indian independence movement, Mahatma Gandhi, Quit India Movement, Non-cooperation movement

  • Gandhiji

    Gandhiji! We follow you path. Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolence made me aware of the extent of violence that we practice, consciously or unconsciously, every day of our lives. We generally deny our own violence because we are ignorant about it or because we are conditioned to look at violence...

      256 Words | 1 Pages   Mahatma Gandhi, Abuse

  • Gandhiji

    ohandas Karamchand Gandhi (pronounced [ˈmoːɦənd̪aːs ˈkərəmtʃənd̪ ˈɡaːnd̪ʱi] ( listen); 2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British-ruled India. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights...

      481 Words | 2 Pages   Mahatma Gandhi, Salt March, Pakistan Movement, Independence Day (India)

  • Gandhiji

    “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” -Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma (Great Soul) Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948) stands as one of history’s greatest heroes of “engaged spirituality,” a spirituality that is active within the world to help heal injustice,...

      272 Words | 1 Pages   Satyagraha, Mahatma Gandhi, Sabarmati Ashram, Ahimsa

  • Gandhiji

    MOHANDAS KAROM CHAND GANDHI Gandhi grew up in a home steeped in religion, and he took for granted religious tolerance and the doctrine of ahimsa (no injury to all living beings). He studied law in England but seemed too diffident to become a successful lawyer. He took a job with an Indian firm in South...

      269 Words | 1 Pages   Mahatma Gandhi, Indian nationalism, Indian Home Rule Movement

  • about gandhiji

    that it will at least stimulate the reader to undertake a study at leisure of the more detailed original accounts. The originals were written by Gandhiji in Gujarati, but translated later by others into English. The English translations were, however, seen and approved by him. This abridgement is...

      31502 Words | 94 Pages   Sabarmati Ashram

  • Gandhiji Essay

    [Mahatma Gandhi] "Whatever purity you see in me’, recalled Gandhiji at 62 years of age, ‘is derived from my mother, not my father" Originally grocers, the Gandhijis were bania by caste. The youngest offspring of Karamchand Gandhi alias Kaba Gandhi, Mohandas belonged to families who for three...

      419 Words | 2 Pages  

  • gandhiji ki....jai...

    Relevance of Gandhian Methods Today Coordinated By VEENA RAO On the eve of the Mahatma’s birth anniversary, an NRIPulse ‘Melting Pot’ survey question for members of the Indian Diaspora. How relevant are Gandhiji's principles of 'ahimsa' and 'Satyagraha' in today's world? Can world terrorism be countered...

      1508 Words | 5 Pages   Gandhism, Nonviolence, Mahatma Gandhi, Ahimsa

  • Gandhijis salt satyagraha

    1930. The march was the first act in an even-larger campaign of civil disobedience known as satyagraha Gandhiji waged against British rule in India that extended into early 1931 and acquired Gandhiji widespread support among the Indian population. Salt production and distribution in India had long been...

      474 Words | 2 Pages   Sabarmati Ashram, Salt March, Mahatma Gandhi, British Raj

  • Role of Gandhiji in India's Freedom Struggle

    Gandhi adhered to a strictly non-violent protest. No matter what happened he never diverted from his ideologies and every time he was successful. Gandhiji always followed the path of non-violence or Ahimsa. His tactic of passive resistance or Satyagraha was his weapon to fight against the British rule...

      443 Words | 2 Pages   Mahatma Gandhi, Nonviolence, Swaraj, Satyagraha

  • Differences in Opinion Between Netaji & Gandhiji

    Netaji & Gandhiji After the death of great leaders like Lokmanya Tilak and Dr. Annie Beasant and martyrdom of revolutionaries like Shaheed Bhagat Singh there were only two major thoughts which were prevalent in India, one was that of Gandhiji and the other was that of Netaji. ( It is to be noted that...

      1067 Words | 3 Pages   Subhas Chandra Bose, Mahatma Gandhi

  • History of M.K. Gandhi

    states in Kathiawar. Gandhiji was born in intermediate accumulation line of Vaishya caste. His fatherhood, Karamchand Gandhi, was a Dewan or Undercoat Minister of Porbandar. His fuss, Putlibai, was a really churchly peeress and mitt a esoteric effect on Gandhiji's remember. Gandhiji was a mediocre examinee...

      1466 Words | 5 Pages   Mahatma Gandhi

  • Eleven Vows of Gandhi

    institute is likely to remember a chant beginning:-"Ahimsa Satya Asteya --." The two verses beginning with these words enumerate the eleven vows that Gandhiji considered almost mandatory for the inmates of his Ashram, in Sabarmati as well as in Sevagram. The eleven vows are: (1) Satya-Truth, (2) Ahimsa-Nonviolence...

      3034 Words | 10 Pages   Brahmacharya, Ahimsa, Trust law, Gandhism

  • mahtama gandhi and the national movement

    powers to launch the civil disobedience movement. Before starting the movement Gandhiji served on the British Government a ‘Eleven Point Ultimatum’. After waiting in vain for the Government response to his ultimatum, Gandhiji started the movement with his famous Dandi march (March 12- April 6, 1930) from...

      2249 Words | 17 Pages   Mahatma Gandhi, Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, Round Table Conferences (India), Salt March

  • Students Projects The Story of Gandh

    his Matriculation examination, Gandhiji joined a college for further study, but his eldest brother decided to send him to England to become a barrister. Now, Mother Putlibai asked Mohan to take a vow not to eat meat, not to drink and not to live an immoral life, Gandhiji took this vow, and boarded a steamer...

      1985 Words | 6 Pages   Mahatma Gandhi

  • Great

    The Beginnings Serving notice on the Viceroy. Before commencing the March, Gandhiji on March2,1930, addressed a historic letter to the Viceroy. In it, he described the ruination of the country under British Rule and gave notice of his intention to launch a civil disobedience movement by symbolically...

      2274 Words | 6 Pages   Salt March, Sabarmati Ashram

  • Mahatma Gandhi

    : 1 : Children, there is not a single country in the whole world where the name of Mahatma Gandhi is not known. Do you know why Gandhiji became so famous? It was because he dedicated his whole life to the service of the motherland, and service of humanity. Today, I am going to tell you in brief...

      2929 Words | 7 Pages   Quit India Movement, Mahatma Gandhi, History of the Indian National Congress, British Raj

  • Vallabhbhai Patel

    lifestyle.  Gandhiji started coming to the Gujarat Club to give lectures. He came again and again, propagating the idea of his newly wielded weapon of "satyagraha" or truth force. Vallabhbhai was impressed with Gandhiji and slowly began to adopt his view. The relationship between Gandhiji and Vallabhbhai...

      1721 Words | 5 Pages   Rajiv Gandhi, Vallabhbhai Patel, Indian Peace Keeping Force, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam