Presentation student 10-A class Alyona Bondar
Mahatma Gandhi - a leader and ideologist of the national liberation movement of India
Mahatma Gandhi rejected violence in any form. For over 30 years, he constantly preached the philosophy and in the end proved to the world the effectiveness of non- violent politics, when in 1947, India welfare giving efforts Gandhi peacefully gained its independence from Britain
1947 for Gandhi ended a bitter disappointment. He continued to prove futility of violence, but it seemed that no one has heard of.
In January 1948, in a desperate attempt to stop international conflicts Mahatma Gandhi resorted to a hunger strike. He explained his decision as follows: "Death will be my miraculous deliverance.'d Rather die than be a helpless witness to self-destruction of India.
Sacrificial action Gandhi had the necessary influence on society. Leaders of religious groups agreed to a compromise.
Flushed with hope, Gandhi ended his hunger strike. However, the balance of power in the country was unstable. Soon a strong movement against the progressive leader of the young independent states started to gain momentum.
Hindu militant preachers accused Gandhi of infringement of their religious rights. They called for armed intervention, even though we knew that as
His name is surrounded by India in the same reverence with which speaks the names of saints.
He enjoyed great trust Indians, came to him for help and advice, thousands of people, and get this help.