Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi Biography

Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi Biography

Friends, today we breathe in an independent India, because we got independence from the British on August 15, 1947, and friends did not know how many people had given up their lives to liberate the country. However, here too the fighters for freedom were especially divided in two different ideologies, on one side there were those who wanted to snatch freedom on the strength of their power and the same few peacefully walked on the path of non-violence. Wanted to achieve independence, and friends were among these non-violent people, Mohandas Karmchand Gandhi, who is known as the Father of the Nation, whom we all commonly know by the name of Mahatma Gandhi, and Friends Gandhiji is the person of Indian history who has shown interest in the country. We have fought till the last breath and just like them, our country was liberated in 1947 due to thousands of heroes, then friends, in this article today we will learn about the life of Mahatma Gandhi, one of the most popular people of India, That how Gandhiji shook the British rule while walking on the path of non-violence.

Gandhi Ji Personal Life & Studies

This story begins from October 2, 1869, when Mahatma Gandhi was born in Porbandar city of Gujarat, his father's name was Karamchandra Gandhi and mother's name was Putlibai, though Gandhi was born in Porbandar city but was born After a few years, his entire family started living in Rajkot, and then Gandhiji had his early education from the same and friends. At the age of 9, Gandhiji, who was going to school for the first time, was very shy from the beginning, and he was very young. He considered books as his friends, and then later on he was married to an older girl Kasturba at the age of 13. Actually in India marriages used to take place at a very young age.

Mountain of Sorrows on Gandhi Ji & going to London to Study Law

Later, when Gandhiji was about 15 years old, his father died and then a year after his father's death, Gandhiji also had his first child, but unfortunately his child died shortly after birth. And in this way a mountain of sorrows fell on Gandhi ji, although Gandhiji managed to handle himself even in these difficult circumstances and then he completed high school from Ahmedabad in 1887, after further college. On the advice of Margie Dabe Joshi, Gandhiji went to London to study law.

Gandhi Ji became Father for the Second Time in 1888

In 1888, Gandhiji became a father for the second time and for this reason his mother did not want him to leave his family and go elsewhere, but how he persuaded his mother and then on 4 September 1988 he went to London to study and Then after completing his studies in 1891, he returned to his native India, though despite studying abroad, he had to come to India and also had to run a lot for his job.

Gandhi Ji in South Africa

Then in 1893, he got a job in an Indian company named Tata Abdullah & Company, though he had to go to South Africa for this job and friends, the years spent in South Africa was one of the most difficult times in Gandhi's life, because There he faced a lot of discrimination, although these discrimination made him so capable that he was always ready to fight and friends, Gandhiji was sent to South Africa for only one year but remained there He continued to fight for the rights of Indians and common people for the next twenty years and during this time he established the NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS and Friends, while living in Africa, Gandhiji also made his mark as a fearless civil rights activist.

At the behest of Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Gandhi Ji Returned to India and Joined the Indian National Congress

Then Gopal Krishna Gokhale, a senior leader of the Indian National Congress, spoke to Gandhiji to come back to India and help people to liberate their country and then in 1915, Gandhiji returned to India and then came here He joined the Indian National Congress and started contributing to the independence of India and within a few years, he became a lover of people within friends and then on the path of non-violence, he tied the knot of unity among the people of India. , Even he also worked to bring people of different religions and castes together.

Gandhi Ji Launched Non-Cooperation Movement in 1922

Friends, in 1922 Gandhiji started the non-cooperation movement, under which the use of English goods was almost stopped by the Indian people and when this movement seemed to be very successful, Mahatma Gandhi was sent to prison for two years in 1922. However, people got more angry when Gandhi ji went to jail, due to which the whole of India was now coming together and then in this episode, Dandi Yatra was also carried out in March 1930, in which 60,000 people were arrested and Then in the same way, many other movements started like Gandhi's leadership Quit India Movement and during this period Gandhiji was arrested too many times.

India Free, Gandhi's Ji Death

Friends, the spark put by Mahatma Gandhi was now burning as fire within the people and this was the reason that along with Gandhiji, the rest of the revolutionaries together played an important role in liberating the country in 1947 and then on 15 August 1947 our India The country became independent. However, the celebration of independence was going on within the country that on 30 January 1948, Nathuram Godse shot and killed Gandhiji and then this incident caused mourning not only in the country but the whole world, however, 15 November 1949 Nathuram Godse, the killer of Gandhiji, was hanged.

In the end, friends, I just want to say that as long as Gandhiji lived, he considered non-violence to be the answer to everything, and on the basis of this principle, he had made his identity, although now he is not among us. But even today, the whole world accepts his learning and his principles, hoping that you must have liked this biography of Gandhiji.


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