Gandhiji Essays and Term Papers

  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • Mahatma Gandhi

    Jalian- wala Bagh in Punjab. In 1922, there was Hindu-Muslim disturbances in Bombay.Many were injured and killed on account of religiousmadness. Gandhiji was shocked to the core, He called his son Devadas and advised him: "Go and tell Hindus and Muslims, wherever they may be fighting, that this hatred...

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  • 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...

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  • Inspiring Stories from Gandhiji's Life.

    And from that day, Mohan was never lonely or afraid. He believed that as long as Rama was with him, he was safe from the danger. This faith gave Gandhiji strength throughout his life, and even when he died the name of Rama was on his lips. Mohan was very shy. As soon as the school bell rang, he collected...

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  • 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...

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  • Mahatma Gandhi

    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, the story...

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • Gandhi

    Author - G.V.Narayan Murthy. Gandhiji A traveler, who came from Europe to India about thirty-five years ago, was asked: ‘What do you wish to see in India?’ His reply was: 'The Himalayas, The Taj Mahal and Mahatma Gandhi.'It was neither wealth nor power that made Gandhiji so famous. He became famous...

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  • Gandhi vs Harilal

    an analytical attempt to sketch the life of Harilal Gandhi and to understand his views on Gandhi. Harilal Gandhi was the eldest son of Gandhiji. He lived for about sixty years. He went to South Africa twice. He spent eight years there. He earned the reputation of a Jail-going satyagrahi ...

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  • Technology

    spiritual thought given by India from time to time. Gandhiji's message of nonviolence and sustainable living is a continuation of that long tradition. Gandhiji was energy conservator par excellence. He lived in his ashrams without electricity or any modern amenities. His insistence on use of self-human labor...

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  • 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...

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  • Gandhi

    visited South Africa and interceded with the Government. Gandhiji left South Africa in July 1914. In England, enroute to India, a great war broke out, during which time Gandhiji helped raise an Indian Volunteer Corps. In December, Gandhiji and Kasturba sailed for India In India with Kasturba...

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  • Oil Conservation

    Gandhiji’s Tomb with the Hindu inscription “Hey Ram” in English the nearest translation is “Oh God”, the words Gandhiji uttered as he died. Right : Mahatma Gandhi’s statue outside the house where he was born in Porbandar, India. There are statues and memorials throughout the land in memory of the man...

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  • Essay

    Indian Independence Movement. Gandhiji pioneered “Satyagraha,” resistance to tyranny through mass civil disobedience, a philosophy firmly founded upon “ahimsa,” or total non-violence (Gandhi). Ahimsa a rule of conduct that bars killing or injuring living beings (Gandhi). Gandhiji deployed Satyagraha in the...

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  • Management style of Mahatma Gandhi

     The name, Mahatma Gandhiji evokes the image of truth personified, who has been revered by masses and classes equally. Who is known to be thinker, philosopher, leader, politician, saint and many more roles for which he donned the caps simultaneously. The management principles that his life reflects...

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  • Martyrs Day

    It was on January 30, 1948 that Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated a little before the sunset when he was going to attend his evening prayers. Gandhiji was the greatest among the lakhs and lakhs of martyrs and freedom fighters who sacrificed everything for the country’s Independence, welfare andprogress...

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  • Role Mahatma Gandhi

    India as he was the Supreme leader of the Congress from1919 to 1947 A.D. and it was he who played the most prominent part in the national struggle. Gandhiji entered the Indian politics in 1919 A.D. When the British Government passed the Rowlatt Act. Before that he had served the Indian settlers in South...

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  • Subash Chandra Bose

    wing. Subhash Chandra Bose felt that young militant groups could be molded into a military arm of the freedom movement and used to further the cause. Gandhiji opposed this ideology because it directly conflicted with his policy of ahimsa (non-violence). The British Government in India perceived Subhash as...

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