Mahatma Gandhi The True Global Mahatma

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Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi's sacrifice and philosophy are revered all over the world. We all need to think of Mahatma Gandhi's thoughts and philosophy and try to implement them. He sacrificed everything for the people of India, and we should respect his sacrifice. He left everything. He put his family and his own life on a tough path.

Sacrifices of Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi belonged to a rich family and was a barrister in South Africa in a period when there was no air travel and the transportation system was very poor. The journey to South Africa from India is not easy. It costs several months to reach there.

It is not an easy task to leave a royal life and start a struggle for a people's cause. Humans are greedy today and doing everything to survive alone. They are even killing their own family to live a royal life. Many such stories have come & we have also seen such selfish people everywhere, from our societies to offices, it is everywhere. In contrast, Mahatma was dressed in a Dhoti rather than a suit and boots. He travelled all over India fighting for his country.

Personal Details of Mahatma Gandhi

Personal Details of Mahatma Gandhi


Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

2 October 1869



30 January 1948 (aged 78)

New Delhi, India

Cause of Death

Assassination (Gunshot wounds) by terrorist Nathuram Godse.


Raj Ghat Gandhi Smriti


Karamchand Gandhi (Father)

Putlibai Gandhi (Mother)


Kasturba Gandhi

(Married 1883, Died 1944)


Harilal, Manilal, Ramdas &Devdas


Why Should Gandhi Ji Remembered

Despite the difficulties, Gandhi ji had always chosen nonviolence in all of his struggles. His efforts united the country to fight for a common purpose. His ability to bring the country together in the face of tragedy was a huge victory, one that had never been accomplished before.

Gandhi's simplicity, activity, and clarity of ideas were able to affect even the most sophisticated people. He treated everyone the same way. He never differentiated between different types of people. To everyone, he was the same Gandhi.

He was an outspoken supporter of social justice and a vocal opponent of the discriminatory caste system. A large number of Dalits took part in the struggle under his leadership. The women's involvement was incredible. Minority communities and disadvantaged castes were also represented in large numbers. They were all out on the streets, demanding independence. Gandhi brought people from all walks of life together and always prioritized the working class.

Inter-caste marriages were advocated by Gandhi. He believed that India could not progress while the caste system remained in place. On April 24, 1947, he delivered a crucial declaration in Patna. He stated he had made it a habit for a long time to only be present or give his blessings at weddings between Dalits and non-Dalits. Such a decision was difficult back then, and it is still difficult today. Gandhi said these nine months before he was assassinated on January 30, 1948, by Nathuram Godse. Today, we are all members of a global village, and the caste system has weakened as a result of its influence, albeit it still persists. Even in supposedly progressive states like Maharashtra and Gujarat, Dalits are mercilessly murdered and tormented. Even Gandhi found the decision to remain present or merely give blessings to a wedding between a Dalit and a non-Dalit challenging. He did it, however, because he truly believed in it. His life's aim was to ensure that what you teach and what you perform were one and the same.

Even after independence, Mahatma Gandhi was concerned about the future of Congress. He was a firm believer in keeping Congress' leadership in the hands of progressive young people. He believes that youthful leaders are more able to understand the ambitions of young people. Following the declaration of independence in November 1947,

After the Gandhi-Irwin pact in 1931, a journalist asked Gandhi if he wanted to be the Prime Minister of the new government. Even back then, Gandhi was direct, as seen by his reaction. "No," he replied. It will be limited to those with younger minds and stronger hearts." His dedication was demonstrated in his refusal to serve as President of Congress in 1929, despite being elected to the position. Instead, he suggested the name Jawaharlal Nehru, who was forty at the time.

Gandhi The Global Mahatma

Gandhi was unaffected by anything. He was a global guru and a true human being. He was a true believer in what he preached. Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Barack Obama, Aung San Suu Kyi, Malala Yousufzai, and even the current president of the United States, Joe Boden, were all influenced by Gandhi. In today's world of hatred and violence, his concept of nonviolence and tolerance is universal and more important than ever. People all across the world are influenced by Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy and beliefs.

It is shameful to abuse Gandhi ji.

May we forgive ourselves for what we did to him? A father can forgive his children, but can we forgive ourselves for what we did to him? What did he receive in exchange for all of his sacrifices for Hindu-Muslim unity? Three bullets into his stomach from a Hindu madman and apathy from the Muslims were all he received. The truth is that anytime Gandhi needed help, both Hindus and Muslims revolted against him.

Think Before Abusing Gandhi

Today, few people in India even celebrate his death or believe in Nathuram Godse, who was the first terrorist in independent India. Some Sone people are also abusing Gandhi.

It needs to think before abusing and blaming Mahatma Gandhi. If you don’t have the answers to these few questions, then you have no right to blame and abuse the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi.

How many of us are ready to leave school?

How many of us are ready to leave our jobs (livelihoods)?

How many of us are ready to put our family life in danger?

How many of us are ready to live in jail to help our own people?

How many of us have been ready for a hunger strike for months?

 If you can't be ready to do any of the above things, please respect his sacrifice and don't abuse Gandhiji.

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