In History, we have always learned about heroes, leaders, and people who made accomplishments that in a way have changed the world. We live for what others have done. Any courageous step taken by an individual in order to achieve a goal, a belief, and seek for a right, comes only from a person with leadership, huge spirit, and greatness. We have always looked back at leaders in our history that have made life easier for us. For that, I would like to write about an extraordinary personality that has achieved a big, difficult step for the good of Indians. Mohandas Gandhi is considered for many people the man of the century. This poor man has done what powerful political rulers couldn’t do. The Mahatma had fought and joined many Indians against the British Rule. Not giving up for years, he succeeded in gaining independence. This Essay will talk about Gandhi’s journey of leadership and Independence. It will first briefly talk about his youth and education, and then it will discuss the beginning of his experiences and lessons in life, where he got his ideas from. It will also include the main causes that led him into his revolution of faith and truth, and the steps that led him into his nonviolence resistance and civil disobedience.
The father of Independent India was Mohandas Gandhi (1869-1948). A political and spiritual leader, who was called the Mahatma or the Great Soul, was born in Porbandar, a small town on the western coast of India, at the time the British were ruling India. He was born into a political, middleclass Hindu family. Both his grandfather and father have been Prime Ministers of a small Indian state. He was just a normal kid like others, nevertheless he was very shy. A family of politics had made in him this passion and strength; this great soul that created the great leader. “He had inspired two generations of India, patriots, shaken an empire and sparked off a revolution which was to change the face of Africa and Asia. To