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Copies truth, and as my life consists of nothing but those experiments, the story Gandhiji's Autobiography* and his Satyagraha in South Africa+, as. MAHATMA GANDHI. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2 October in Porbandar, a coastal town in present-day Gujarat, India. In their observation of the development of a person, anthropologists have used tWO main approaches: life passage studies and life history.
Gandhi explains that he was after truth rooted in devotion to God and attributed the turning point, success and challenges in his life to the will of God. Gandhi says that his attempt to get closer to this divine power led him seek purity through simple living, dietary practices he called himself a fruitarian , celibacy and ahimsa- a life without violence.
Perhaps never before on so grand scale has any man succeeded in shaping the course of history while using the weapon of Peace — Ahimsa Non-violence. To many it will have the value of a new Bible or a new Gita; for here are words that have come out from the depth of truth, here is tireless striving that stretches its arms towards perfection.
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Sharma Published by: Carlos G. Contemporary Perspectives on Peace and Non-violence Edited by: Non-violent Warrior Dr. Bharti Mazmudar Published by: Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya. Mohandas was born in Porbandar, India on October 2, He came from an upper class family and his father was a leader in the local community. As was tradition where he grew up, Mohandas' parents arranged a marriage for him at the age of Both the arranged marriage and the young age may seem strange to some of us, but it was the normal way of doing things where he grew up.
Mohandas' parents wanted him to become a barrister, which is a type of lawyer.
As a result, when he was 19 years old Mohandas traveled to England where he studied law at the University College London. Three years later he returned to India and started his own law practice. Unfortunately, Mohandas' law practice wasn't successful, so he took a job with an Indian Law firm and moved to South Africa to work out of the South African law office. It was in South Africa where Gandhi would experience racial prejudice against Indians and would begin his work in civil rights.
What did Gandhi do? He organized several non-violent civil disobedience campaigns. During these campaigns, large groups of the Indian population would do things like refusing to work, sitting in the streets, boycotting the courts, and more. Each of these protests may seem small by themselves, but when most of the population does them at once, they can have an enormous impact.