Mahatma gandhi education
He also encouraged oppressed villagers to improve their own circumstances, leading peaceful strikes and protests. In January , Gandhi carried out yet another fast, this time to bring about peace in the city of Delhi. The experience caused Mohandas mental anguish, and he abandoned the company of Mehtab. Invested with all the authority of the Indian National Congress INC or Congress Party , Gandhi turned the independence movement into a massive organization, leading boycotts of British manufacturers and institutions representing British influence in India, including legislatures and schools. The plan was to explode the bomb during the speech, causing pandemonium, which would give two other gang members, Digambar Bagde and Shankar Kishtaiyya, an opportunity to shoot Gandhi, and escape in the ensuing chaos. He was, though, horrified by the violence that broke out between Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs; and the eviction of thousands from their homes in the run-up to Independence Day, 15 August , and undertook a fast to the death, a tactic he had employed before, to shame those who provoked and took part in the strife. Determined to adhere to Hindu principles, which included vegetarianism as well as alcohol and sexual abstinence, he found London restrictive initially, but once he had found kindred spirits he flourished, and pursued the philosophical study of religions, including Hinduism, Christianity, Buddhism and others, having professed no particular interest in religion up until then. On 9 April, Gandhi was arrested. In February , 3 months before his release, his wife Kasturbai died in the same prison. According to Arthur Herman, Gandhi wanted to disprove the imperial British stereotype that Hindus were not fit for "manly" activities involving danger and exertion, unlike the Muslim " martial races ". Ten days after his arrival, he joined the Inner Temple , one of the four London law colleges The Temple. The resulting Jallianwala Bagh massacre or Amritsar massacre of hundreds of Sikh and Hindu civilians enraged the subcontinent, but was cheered by some Britons and parts of the British media as an appropriate response.
I had a high regard for Mr. Born into a privileged caste, Gandhi was fortunate to receive a comprehensive education, but proved a mediocre student. He also took Mohandas to a brothel one day, though Mohandas "was struck blind and dumb in this den of vice," rebuffed the prostitutes' advances and was promptly sent out of the brothel.
The resulting Jallianwala Bagh massacre or Amritsar massacre of hundreds of Sikh and Hindu civilians enraged the subcontinent, but was cheered by some Britons and parts of the British media as an appropriate response.
Not one of the marchers even raised an arm to fend off blows. When the British introduced a tax on salt inhe famously led a mile march to the sea to collect his own salt.
The protest at Dharasana salt works on 21 May went ahead without its leader, Gandhi. He found it humiliating, struggling to understand how some people can feel honour or superiority or pleasure in such inhumane practices.
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