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who is Gandhi?


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Gandhi ji was one of the freedom fighter. He is called as  "FATHER OF NATION". He was a non-violent activist and also teached others to follow non-violence. He played important role in India's independence. He was born on October 2,1869, in Porbandar, Gujrat, India. We celebrate this day as "GANDHI JAYANTI". He practiced law in London. He started many compaign for Indian independence like Khilafat Movement, Champaran Satyagrah, Non-Co-operation Movement, Salt March etc. Letsdiskuss



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  • Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi born on 2nd october 1869 in porbandar.He was an indian lawyer and was a greatest political leader and also honoured in india as Father of nation.Mahatma Gandhi was the leader of India's non-violent independence movement against British rule.There are many books written by him like hind Swaraj or indian home rule,India of my dreams etc.He was the most important person in india independence and also the greatest warrior of all time.Letsdiskuss


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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the leader of India's nonviolent independence movement against British rule.He is also known as Mahatma Gandhi.He was an Indian lawyer,politician,social activist,and writer who is considered to be the father of India.He was married to Kasturba Gandhi.He was born on 2nd october1869.


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Gandhi, although merely a surname, carries so much more weight with itself.

It is not just a name, but an emotion, an ideology in itself, infact a way of living life.

MK Gandhi, also known as the father of the nation, was a valuable freedom fighter who played a very significant role in the freedom struggle of India.

He further taught the nation the lesson of non violence and satyagrah.

He was always seen at the forefront be it be policy making, leading a movement or even holding responsibility of the masses.

In fact in today's world also, many of his teachings about truth, society and non violence makes complete sense and works as a guiding light for the next generations.Letsdiskuss













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