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Mohandas Gandhi was born in Porbandar In the state of Gujarat on the 2nd of October 1869 He was educated at university College London After this he went back to India to begin his Law profession but had no luck and moved to South Africa Gandhi found that in South Africa he was considered as a second class citizen even though he was a well educated Lawyer This started his first mission To get Indias residing in South Africa equal rights In this action he discovered a technique of resistance that is non-violent and more to the fact of accepting a persons violence allowing them to so the damage they inflict on you and letting them feel guilty In a way This for of resistance is formally known as Passive Resistance The mission he was fighting for did not quite work and after 20 years of on-and-off imprisonment he want back to IndiaAt the time India was under the rule of the British Empire Gandhi devised a form of a political group to make a free and independent India The forms of activities this group participated in were protect marches gatherings and this was all done with Passive Resistance During Gandhis life he was so into this idea of Passive Resistance if anyone that wanted an Independent India resorted to violence he would fast until the violence stopped he did this a number of times and it always worked Also if he created notes memos or writings about Indias home rule the government would throw him in jail The great thing about Gandhi is that he never denied a true accusation and happily was taken of to jail I believe that Gandhi once said It is not as if I am sentenced to prison just taking an extended holidayThe qualities that Gandhi had were very respectable He was a very well educated man he was articulate and very true in his words Everything he seemed
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