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Mahatma Gandhi

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Mahatma Gandhi

          Do you know who was the Indian ‘Father of the nation’. Of course   it’s Mahatma Gandhi. In twentieth century he had been greatest leader of the world. He brought independence to his country. His weapon in this war were unique, namely, truth and non-violence. In this I am going to talk about who was Mahatma Gandhi, how he did and when he died.
       
          Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2nd   October, 1869 at Porbander in Gujarat. His father Karamchand Gandhi was Dewan in Rajkot state. He wasn’t from a poor family. He was married when he was 13 years old. His wife’s name was Kastruba. She was 13 too.

         
          His aim was to bring independence to the country and build it as a self-reliant nation. He started non-violence and non-cooperation movement to achieve the above objectives. He moved the masses with his sincerity, simplicity and sacrifice. Along with many leaders and countrymen, he was sent to the jail several times. Ultimately the Britishers realized that they cannot continue to control the fire of Independence burning in the hearts of the masses. The millions were following the path of Mahatma Gandhi. On his behest, they were ready to lay their lives for the freedom of the country.

          On 30th January 1948, the world lost a great leader. Mahatma Gandhi was killed by a fantastic, who did not like his way. There was gloom all over the nation. He was cremated at Rajghat in Delhi.

          I have talked about who was he, what he did and how he died. Now I have a question for you. If Mahatma Gandhi would be alive how many people would like to meet him.

By Prateek
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