images33Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in the town of Porbander in the state of what is now Gujarat on 2 October 1869.

The last few months of Gandhi's life were to be spent mainly in the capital city of Delhi. There he divided his time between the 'Bhangi colony', where the sweepers and the lowest of the low stayed, and Birla House, the residence of one of the wealthiest men in India and one of the benefactors of Gandhi's ashrams.

Because of our father of nation ""mahatma Gandhi"" we got our freedom....

Gandhi ji  was raised in a very conservative family that had affiliations with the ruling family of Kathiawad. He was educated in law at University College, London. In 1891, after having been admitted to the British bar, Gandhi returned to India and attempted to establish a law practice in Bombay, without much success. Two years later an Indian firm with interests in South Africa retained him as legal adviser in its office in Durban. Arriving in Durban, Gandhi found himself treated as a member of an inferior race. He was appalled at the widespread denial of civil liberties and political rights to Indian immigrants to South Africa. He threw himself into the struggle for elementary rights for indian.

Mahatma Gandhi-the greatest Indian ever to
live.He was a man who by his own courage and
conviction and his principle of non-violence
freed India from colonialism.
His belief in non-violence is still the very
foundation of Indian state and Nation.Gandhi dedicated his life to the wider purpose of discovering truth, or Satya. He tried to achieve this by learning from his own mistakes and conducting experiments on himself. He called his autobiography "The Story of My Experiments With Truth".

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The Indian people called Gandhiji 'Mahatma', meaning Great Soul. At the age of 13 Gandhi married Kasturba, a girl the same age. Their parents arranged the marriage. The Gandhis had four children. Gandhi studied law in London and returned to India in 1891 to practice. In 1893 he took on a one-year contract to do legal work in South Africa.


At the time the British controlled South Africa. When he attempted to claim his rights as a British subject he was abused, and soon saw that all Indians suffered similar treatment. Gandhi stayed in South Africa for 21 years working to secure rights for Indian people.

He developed a method of action based upon the principles of courage, nonviolence and truth.

"Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of man.
- MAHATMA GANDHI.

Gandhiji’s life was dedicated to the ideals of Truth, Non-violence and Love. ... It was neither wealth nor power that made Gandhiji so famous. ...Mahatma Gandhi was a simple man, with simple tastes and high values. Respecting that, even though Gandhi Jayanti is a national holiday, the festivities are minimal.

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Mahatma Gandhi was unquestionably a great man, both in personal force and in political effect. He moulded the character of the struggle for freedom in India, and impressed his own ideals upon the new governing class that came into power when the English went home. There is, at the present day, a general awakening throughout Asia, but the spirit and policy of India, thanks largely to Gandhi, remains very different from that of any other Asiatic country.

Gandhi, like some other great men, developed slowly: Quite extraordinary psychological acumen would have been necessary to discern his future in the shy youth who studied law, first in India and then in England. His autobiography contains a picture of him as he was in his early days in England, and there is nothing in it to suggest the future loincloth; on the contrary, his costume is faultlessly correct and would pass inspection by the "Tailor and Cutter" without any criticism.

Mahatma Gandhi was really a super hero and a great personality. Without his strong support n dedication, you think, can we live such free n happy life? but the young generation is forgetting his fight for truth he fought for you people to give you the gift of INDEPENDANT INDIA. This is my kind effort to take the HERO again in light.

"I cannot teach you violence, as I do not myself believe in it. I can only teach you not to bow your heads before any one even at the cost of your life." Mahatma Gandhi.

If you face any problems in life, that seems permanent; take time to think, everything has a solution. If you feel it appears beyond your limits, do write it down. Someone might have the answer......

"MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL FOUNDATION" is one of the

Social Service Team who held the teachings and disciplines of Father of our Nation "MAHATMA GANDHI". The workers of this foundation trying to spread the teachings of Gandhiji.

This foundation also interested in charitable works also. This foundation will fight aganist the disrespect to National Flag, National Anthem, National Song and all other.

MAHATMA GANDHI -THE LEGEND

THE BRITISH WERE unable to control the situation in India which was steadily becoming worse. Famine and disorder had sapped the foundations of imperial prestige. Britain emerged from the war victorious but physically exhausted and morally sober. The general elections of 1945 returned Labour to power and Mr. Attlee, the British Prime Minister, unwilling to lose India altogether by persisting in the Churchillian policy of blood and iron, promised "an early realization of self Government in India." In the meanwhile, elections were to be held and a Constituent Assembly convened to frame a constitution for a united India. A Cabinet Mission arrived from England to discuss with Indian leaders the future shape of a free and united India, but failed to bring the Congress and Muslims together. Having encouraged Muslims separatism the British were now unable to control it,

On August 12, 1946, the Viceroy invited Jawaharlal Nehru to form an interim government. Jinnah declared a "Direct Action Day" in Bengal.

Now a days the foundation is trying to fight aganist the disrespect to Mahatma Gandhi and the great War of Indian Independence.

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Ahimsa means not to injure any creature by thought, word or deed, not even to the supposed advantage of this creature.Truth is my religion and ahimsa is the only way of its realisation.I do not envisage God other than truth and non-violence. If you have accepted the doctrine of ahimsa without a full realization of its implications, you are at liberty to repudiate it. I believe in confessing one's mistakes and correcting them. Such confession strengthens one and purifies the soul. Ahimsa calls for the strength and courage to suffer without retaliation, to receive blows without returning any.
these are some great thoughts of a person who changed our world through love and ahimsa he must be remebered for his contribution to society.

Ahimsa means not to injure any creature by thought, word or deed, not even to the supposed advantage of this creature.Truth is my religion and ahimsa is the only way of its realisation.I do not envisage God other than truth and non-violence. If you have accepted the doctrine of ahimsa without a full realization of its implications, you are at liberty to repudiate it. I believe in confessing one's mistakes and correcting them. Such confession strengthens one and purifies the soul. Ahimsa calls for the strength and courage to suffer without retaliation, to receive blows without returning any.
these are some great thoughts of a person who changed our world through love and ahimsa he must be remebered for his contribution to society...

MOHANDAS KARAMCHAND GANDHI-
India's great politician who had d major hand in freeing india he waz short,wore spectacles was thin,had a latthi in his hand or a stick in his hand and wore dhoti and kurta
he didnt had any physical power but he had an enormous mental power dat was of non-violence
the power of truth,the power of people and the power of non-violence
he was also "THE FATHER OF INDIA".

Whenever we mention the name of India to a foreigner the first thing that jumps to their mind would be Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma means great soul . Gandhi earned that title by fighting the mighty British empire through the means of Ahimsa or Non Violence. This novel concept of war brought one of the greatest empires in the modern world to its knees. This is why Mahatma Gandhi is admired as one of the greatest personalities of the modern world ! By peaceful means he lead India to its independence from British rule in 1947.
The Making Of The Mahatma :
One day Gandhi was traveling in a first class compartment of a train with a valid ticket and was thrown out, at Pietermaritzburg. This was a turning point in the life of Gandhi and the making of the Mahatma.



From this political awakening Gandhi was to emerge as the leader of the Indian community in South Africa. It was in South Africa that he first coined the term 'satyagraha' to signify his theory and practice of non-violent resistance.


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