What Were Gandhi's Beliefs?


Mahatma Gandhi was an Indian politician during the Indian independence movement from the British. He believed in the use of non-violent means to fight for the rights of Indians especially against discrimination. He also preached for harmony between people of all faiths.
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the greatest political and ideological leader during the Indian independence movement. He believed in non-violent protests unlike other revolutionist leaders who preached terrorism. Around 1920, he acquired the title of mahatma which translates to great soul.
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