Gandhi And His Views

According to George C. Marshall, “ Gandhi has become the spokesman for the conscience for all of mankind. He was a man who made humility and simple truth more powerful than empires.” Gandhi was a man of peace, ambitions and the audacity to sanctify the world. He understood the immoral society and broke free of its darkness. He understood that fighting would only lead to more problems and more well thought out resolutions. To Gandhi, the only way to resolve his hardships was through satyagraha. His main obstacle was freeing India from the destruction of British colonialism. Gandhi was outrage d with inferiority for the British. He wanted to fight for the rights of the Indians. With patience ...

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rule and sought to fight these injustices. The Indian citizens for example, had payments which the less fortunate had to give to the landlords. Refusing to leave the district as the court demanded, and ready to suffer the penalty no matter what it was, proved Gandhi was capable of anything and truly believed in his causes. Gandhi had been released and settled to help the peasants. Gandhi popularity and distinction increased as India found their national hero.
Gandhi’s pacifist ways were evident to all, enemies as well as his supporters. Gandhi’s voice of peace and tranquillity without words of anger or strategies of the army was admired by his followers. He believed in loving his enemy, an idea absurd to most nationalists. Gandhi was an audacious advocate of refusal of European civilization from the western world. Setting up factories in some Indian towns, the British put the Indians to work; often not paying them enough or satisfying their needs. Gandhi was against ...

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