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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi known as the Mahatma a Divine Soul emerged as the leader of the Indian National Congress He was like a powerful current of fresh air that made the Indian people stretch themselves and take deep breaths like a beam of light that pierced the darkness and removed the scales from their eyes like a whirlwind that upset many things but most of all the working of peoples minds Gandhi was born in 1869 and was assassinated in January 1948 while praying by the fanatic Hindu Nathuram Godsey Gandhi was as well and born into the second highest cast Hindus hold the belief that people get born in a cast in which they stay their whole life When their behavior according to the religious rules of Hinduism is good they get in a higher cast in their next life On the other hand if they behave badly they get in a lower cast There are also the Untouchables or people without a cast People from other casts treat them badly and very often would not even touch them They live in the biggest poverty and have hardly any chances to live a good life In the time Gandhi was born India was a colony of the British Empire who ruled the country for several hundred years Many people lived in great poverty because the British took all the wealth After school Gandhi went to London and studied Law in a university He became a lawyer Shortly after he was back in India an Indian firm wanted him to go to South Africa where he worked for them In South Africa the Indians were not welcome by the white settlers One day Gandhi got pushed out of the train when he refused to leave his seat for a white person It was then that decided never to be pushed down again and to fight for the rights of minorities He started to lead the
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