The Achievement of Mahatma Gandhi
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the achievement of Mahatma
Gandhi. Mahatma's name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Gandhi was a Indian
political and spiritual leader that lived from 1869 to 1948. In South Africa he
fought for Indian population and practiced law there as well. He worked hard for
Indian independence from Great Britain and He gave up on western ways to have
a abstinence and spiritual life. Most of his fights was by him fasting until the
violence has ended. His achievements were all by his fight against violence and
the unfairness in this world. He has helped a lot of people by fighting against
violence and the Indian population.
Gandhi helped everywhere he went like when Gandhi was still deeply
involved in Champaran, he received news about the labor conditions in Ahmedabad
and he went right on to right a letter to Bhai Ambalalji who was a mill-owner.
He doesn't interrupt in affairs of family relationships because he doesn't want to
be involved in any affairs. Gandhi's achievement was all for the good of the
people and was all volunteering. His success in South Africa brought him to India
and he has planned to use the same method that he has used in South Africa for
the campaign which was a geographic strategy that would soon be in a sense that
he has conquered the world. Gandhi was a caring person because he said the site
of his "home" would be a poor town in a poor city in the center of India.
(Gandhi's truth page 291 line 10) That meant that even if he had a lot of money
he would still help the poor and live with them. He has put his life on the line
many times by becoming a passive resistance as a way to end the British rule but
his efforts forced the British to put him in jail many times but he had threatened
them that he will fast until his death which made them release him from jail. He
has helped the poor in the Caste system by leading the fight in the Indian
National Congress to get rid of the Caste system mainly the untouchables.
Unfortunate he was unsuccessful in doing so. Gandhi believed in not killing
animals for food or clothing. He believed that the way people behave is more
important than what they achieve.
Gandhi succeeded because in 1915 he returned to India and within five
years, he became the leader of the Indian nationalist movement. In 1919, the
British government introduced the Rowlatt bills to make it unlawful to organize