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Mahatma Gandhi was born on October 2 1869 in Porbandar India He grew up in a very wealthy and spiritual home His father got very ill while Gandhi was a young child which put him through a lot of stress The way he got rid of the stress was by taking long walks in the night Which sooner or later turned into smoking shoplifting and even eating meat Which Gandhi was a vegetarian After Gandhi completed his early education he went to London to study in a university He was trying to become a lawyer After he was through with school he moved back to India Shortly after an Indian firm wanted him to travel to South Africa When he arrived he realized white people do not welcome Indians One day because colored people were not allowed in first class he got kicked off a train That was when he decided he would never be pushed down again and to fight for Indian rights that whites took away from them At this time Gandhi made a rule to himself that he would never be violent in his life even if others used it Also he started fighting for the rights of Indian workers in South Africa and he had done a very good job This was a great turning point in his life when he exchanged from a shy timid boy to a grown outspoken man who always speaks his mind He came back to India in 1914 where he was not involved in politics for a long while He was very friendly with the British Empire but got very mad on the passing of the Rowlatt act that made those suspected of sedition able to be imprisoned without a trial He instantly called a Satyagraha struggle against Great Britain By 1920 Gandhi was very influential among Indians He called a massive boycott of British goods and services including schools With a
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