But the alleged accomplice Digambar Badge lost his courage, did not throw the second grenade and ran away with the crowd. The deadline came and passed with no change in British policy. As a result of this, hundreds of innocent Hindu and Sikh civilians were killed. With his unusual yet powerful political tools of Satyagraha and non-violence, he inspired several other political leaders all over the world including the likes of Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr and Aung San Suu Kyi. Also during this decade, Gandhi began advocating self-reliance as a way to gain freedom from the British. For his services and sacrifice for the country he was named the Father of Nation.
Though he would be remembered forever as the man who fought for Indian independence, his greatest legacies are the tools he used in his fight against the British. Gandhi also fought for civil rights and liberties among Indian people. Although most of the other Indian students ate meat while they were in England, Gandhi was determined not to do so, in part because he had vowed to his mother that he would stay a vegetarian. Savarkar was acquitted and set free due to lack of evidence. I never accepted him as having much of the saint in his composition but he was extremely astute politician.
Less than half an hour later a member of Mr. Gandhi had also confessed that he could no more concentrate in school because of his mind wavering towards his new and young wife. After spending 21 years in South Africa, where he fought for civil rights, he had transformed into a new person and he returned to India in 1915. He fought peacefully for many causes and succeeded in persuading the government to abolish many abuses against labourers in Bihar, the Kaira peasants in Gujarat, etc. He found that it was the wealthy that had the worst sanitation problems. By 1924, that Muslim support had largely evaporated.
Apart from the independence struggle; there are many incidents of modern times which exhibited the importance of non-violence and how it helped in bringing changes in the society and all that without spilling a single drop of blood. With the British fighting a huge war, Gandhi could not fight for Indian freedom from British rule. The British opened fire on the unarmed crowd and shot hundreds of demonstrators. . There was no outcry or excitement for a second or two.
He paid his great and unforgettable role for the independence of India from the British rule. This caused grievous injury to the Chief Officer of the Pune Municipal Corporation, two policemen and seven others. He started many mass movements like Non-cooperation movement in 1920, civil disobedience movement in 1930 and finally the Quit India Movement in 1942 all through the way of independence of India. As penance for the violence, Gandhi began a 21-day fast, known as the Great Fast of 1924. He was jailed on many occasions along with thousands of his supporters. The original assassination plan was to throw a second grenade, after the crowds had run away, at the isolated Gandhi.
He was the great leader of the India independence movement who struggled a lot for the freedom of India. He was the architect of India's freedom and one of the greatest men of this century. But he wrecked the plan of the Cabinet Mission which might possibly have secured a united India and saved the massacres. He tried to prevent instability and anger against India. His father had left the family little property; moreover, his mother was reluctant to expose her youngest child to unknown temptations and dangers in a distant land.
Reiner grasped the assailant by the shoulders and shoved him toward several police guards. In 1894, Gandhi founded the Natal Indian Congress. When Mahatma Gandhi was only nineteen years old, he went to England to become a barrister. Less than half an hour later a member of Mr. He started non-violence independence movement to fight against the injustice of Britishers.
On the other hand, Gandhi, although a supporter of Hinduism, was accepting of other religions and beliefs. As a great freedom fighter, he got arrested and sent to jail many times but he continued fighting against British rule for the justice of Indians. His father was a Deewan at Rajkot. He was not born as great but he made himself great through his hard struggles and works. But no sooner had Gandhi reached the top of the steps, than another man, a stocky Indian man, in his 30s, and dressed in khaki clothes, stepped out from the crowd and into Gandhi's path. Nathuram Godse and Narayan Apte were sentenced to death by and the remaining six including Godse's brother, were sentenced to.