Essay about The Achievement of Mahatma Gandhi

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The Achievement of Mahatma Gandhi The purpose of this paper is to analyze the achievement of Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma's name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Gandhi was a Indian political and spiritual leader that lived from 1869 to 1948. In South Africa he fought for Indian population and practiced law there as well. He worked hard for Indian independence from Great Britain and He gave up on western ways to have a abstinence and spiritual life. Most of his fights was by him fasting until the violence has ended. His achievements were all by his fight against violence and the unfairness in this world. He has helped a…show more content…
He has put his life on the line many times by becoming a passive resistance as a way to end the British rule but his efforts forced the British to put him in jail many times but he had threatened them that he will fast until his death which made them release him from jail. He has helped the poor in the Caste system by leading the fight in the Indian National Congress to get rid of the Caste system mainly the untouchables. Unfortunate he was unsuccessful in doing so. Gandhi believed in not killing animals for food or clothing. He believed that the way people behave is more important than what they achieve. Gandhi succeeded because in 1915 he returned to India and within five years, he became the leader of the Indian nationalist movement. In 1919, the British government introduced the Rowlatt bills to make it unlawful to organize opposition to the government. He led a campaign and has prevented one of the bills from happening. This is one of his main successfulness in his life. The event that has made Gandhi really determined was when a British general ordered his mens to fire on an unarmed crowd which the result was that 400
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