They saw the Caliph as their means to support Islam and the Islamic law after the defeat of Ottoman Empire in World War I. [279] But during Quit India movement even many staunch Gandhians used 'violent means'. The Government of India awarded the annual Gandhi Peace Prize to distinguished social workers, world leaders and citizens. [157], Gandhi opposed providing any help to the British war effort and he campaigned against any Indian participation in the World War II. They went down like ninepins. Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, the Muslim League Chief Minister of Bengal – now Bangladesh and West Bengal, gave Calcutta's police special holiday to celebrate the Direct Action Day. [423] When the 14th Dalai Lama was awarded the Prize in 1989, the chairman of the committee said that this was "in part a tribute to the memory of Mahatma Gandhi". [264][352] According to Ramachandra Guha, "ideologues have carried these old rivalries into the present, with the demonization of Gandhi now common among politicians who presume to speak in Ambedkar's name. Gandhi thought the Zionists in Palestine represented European imperialism and used violence to achieve their goals; he argued that "the Jews should disclaim any intention of realizing their aspiration under the protection of arms and should rely wholly on the goodwill of Arabs. [444], "Mahatma Gandhi" is used by Cole Porter in his lyrics for the song You're the Top which is included in the 1934 musical Anything Goes. Gandhi suffered persecution from the beginning in South Africa. The 2010 biography, Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle With India by Joseph Lelyveld contained controversial material speculating about Gandhi's sexual life. [124], The appeal of "Non-cooperation" grew, its social popularity drew participation from all strata of Indian society. Though Mohandas occasionally won prizes and scholarships at the local schools, his record was on the whole mediocre. [286] He believed Muslims should welcome criticism of the Quran, because "every true scripture only gains from criticism". [347] He accused Gandhi as someone who wished to retain the caste system. Before, Mohandas (Mahatma Gandhi) was born; Karamchand & Putlibai had three children- a son, Laxmidas (1860-1914), a daughter, Raliatbehn (1862–1960), and another son, Karsandas (1866-1913). He attended Khanqah gatherings there at Riverside. [104][105][106] Gandhi's support to the Khilafat movement led to mixed results. The book inspired Gandhi to establish a communal living community called Phoenix Settlement just outside of Durban in June 1904. [205], Gandhi's statements, letters and life have attracted much political and scholarly analysis of his principles, practices and beliefs, including what influenced him. The Hindu nationalist groups objected and began confronting Gandhi for this one-sided practice, by shouting and demonstrating inside the Hindu temples, in the last years of his life. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (2 de outubro de 1869 – 30 de janeiro de 1948) foi um advogado, [2] nacionalista, anticolonialista [3] e especialista em ética política indiano, [4] que empregou resistência não violenta para liderar a campanha bem-sucedida para a independência da Índia do Reino Unido, [5] e por sua vez, inspirar movimentos pelos direitos civis e liberdade em todo o mundo. [406][407], In addition, the British musician John Lennon referred to Gandhi when discussing his views on nonviolence. "This is not the Swaraj I want", said Gandhi. [93][94] In contrast to the Zulu War of 1906 and the outbreak of World War I in 1914, when he recruited volunteers for the Ambulance Corps, this time Gandhi attempted to recruit combatants. [379] Gandhi's economic thinking disagreed with Marx, according to the political theory scholar and economist Bhikhu Parekh. [119], In February 1919, Gandhi cautioned the Viceroy of India with a cable communication that if the British were to pass the Rowlatt Act, he would appeal to Indians to start civil disobedience. Despite health challenges Gandhi was able to walk about 79000 kms in his lifetime which comes to an average of 18 kms per day and is equivalent to walking around the earth twice. While military is unnecessary in a nation organised under swaraj principle, Gandhi added that a police force is necessary given human nature. [120], People rioted in retaliation. The British colonial officials made their counter move by passing the Rowlatt Act, to block Gandhi's movement. [242][243], During World War I (1914–1918), nearing the age of 50, Gandhi supported the British and its allied forces by recruiting Indians to join the British army, expanding the Indian contingent from about 100,000 to over 1.1 million. [172] The Indian National Congress and Gandhi called for the British to Quit India. [199], Gandhi was cremated in accordance with Hindu tradition. [241] According to Keith Robbins, the recruitment effort was in part motivated by the British promise to reciprocate the help with swaraj (self-government) to Indians after the end of World War I. The 1995 Marathi play Gandhi Virudh Gandhi explored the relationship between Gandhi and his son Harilal. On the outbreak of the South African (Boer) War in 1899, he argued that the Indians, who claimed the full rights of citizenship in the British crown colony of Natal, were in duty bound to defend it. [52][54] [385], Gandhi also wrote several books including his autobiography, The Story of My Experiments with Truth (Gujarātī "સત્યના પ્રયોગો અથવા આત્મકથા"), of which he bought the entire first edition to make sure it was reprinted. In 1931, notable European physicist Albert Einstein exchanged written letters with Gandhi, and called him "a role model for the generations to come" in a letter writing about him. This was highlighted by the Salt March to Dandi from 12 March to 6 April, where, together with 78 volunteers, he marched 388 kilometres (241 mi) from Ahmedabad to Dandi, Gujarat to make salt himself, with the declared intention of breaking the salt laws. [304] These arguments, states Kumaraswamy, were a part of his political strategy to win Muslim support during the Khilafat movement. Indian Statesman, Spiritual Leader. 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A diffident child, he shone neither in the classroom nor on the playing field. His father—Karamchand Gandhi, who was the dewan (chief minister) of Porbandar, the capital of a small principality in western India (in what is now Gujarat state) under British suzerainty—did not have much in the way of a formal education. Gandhi then launched a new Satyagraha against the tax on salt in March 1930. [34][36] Gandhi was deeply influenced by his mother, an extremely pious lady who "would not think of taking her meals without her daily prayers... she would take the hardest vows and keep them without flinching. [112][113][114], By the end of 1922 the Khilafat movement had collapsed. [292], In the 1940s, Gandhi pooled ideas with some Muslim leaders who sought religious harmony like him, and opposed the proposed partition of British India into India and Pakistan. Gandhi's brother Laxmidas, who was already a lawyer, cheered Gandhi's London studies plan and offered to support him. [238], Gandhi was acquainted with Sufi Islam's Chishti Order during his stay in South Africa. Biographie de Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, issu de la caste des Vayshia, est né en Inde, à Porbandar dans l'Etat du Gujarat, dans une famille relativement aisée.Elevé dans les valeurs hindouistes, il apprend à connaître les autres religions et la tolérance envers elles. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. It came to be known as the Communal Award. Murió el 30 de enero de 1948 en Nueva Delhi. Influenced by the Hindu religious book, the Bhagvad Gita, Gandhi wanted to purify his life by following the concepts of aparigraha (non-possession) and samabhava (equability). [412] The Mahatma Gandhi District in Houston, Texas, United States, an ethnic Indian enclave, is officially named after Gandhi. Gandhi joined them in their prayers and debated Christian theology with them, but refused conversion stating he did not accept the theology therein or that Christ was the only son of God. Before this initiative of Gandhi, communal disputes and religious riots between Hindus and Muslims were common in British India, such as the riots of 1917–18. [143] The British side sought reforms that would keep Indian subcontinent as a colony. [105][128] While many Hindu leaders championed a demand for immediate independence, Gandhi revised his own call to a one-year wait, instead of two.[127]. According to Raymond Williams, Toothi may have overlooked the influence of the Jain community, and adds close parallels do exist in programs of social reform in the Swaminarayan tradition and those of Gandhi, based on "nonviolence, truth-telling, cleanliness, temperance and upliftment of the masses. His vision of a village-dominated economy was shunted aside during his lifetime as rural romanticism, and his call for a national ethos of personal austerity and nonviolence has proved antithetical to the goals of an aspiring economic and military power." The question deeply interested me...I had a high regard for Mr. Hills and his generosity. [24][25][26][27] Karamchand and Putlibai had three children over the ensuing decade: a son, Laxmidas (c. 1860–1914); a daughter, Raliatbehn (1862–1960); and another son, Karsandas (c. [55], Gandhi's time in London was influenced by the vow he had made to his mother. Bringing anti-colonial nationalism to the common Indians, Gandhi led them in challenging the British-imposed salt tax with the 400 km (250 mi) Dandi Salt March in 1930, and later in calling for the British to Quit India in 1942. Many people know about the famous Indian activist who led the Indian country towards independence from the British. Gandhi's early self-identification with truth and love as supreme values is traceable to these epic characters. "[324], Gandhi used fasting as a political device, often threatening suicide unless demands were met. [86] Gandhi, a group of 20 Indians and black people of South Africa volunteered as a stretcher-bearer corps to treat wounded British soldiers and the opposite side of the war: Zulu victims. [66] In another incident, the magistrate of a Durban court ordered Gandhi to remove his turban, which he refused to do. In Britain, Winston Churchill, a prominent Conservative politician who was then out of office but later became its prime minister, became a vigorous and articulate critic of Gandhi and opponent of his long-term plans. [201][202] Some of Gandhi's ashes were scattered at the source of the Nile River near Jinja, Uganda, and a memorial plaque marks the event. Gandhi summarised his beliefs first when he said "God is Truth". I have nothing new to teach the world. He viewed Islam as a faith that proactively promoted peace, and felt that non-violence had a predominant place in the Quran. He wrote his views down on paper but shyness prevented him from reading out his arguments, so Hills, the President, asked another committee member to read them out for him. It is not inaction but determined passive resistance and non-co-operation where, states Arthur Herman, "love conquers hate". These views contrasted with those of Ambedkar. [432] The 1996 film The Making of the Mahatma documented Gandhi's time in South Africa and his transformation from an inexperienced barrister to recognised political leader. The 2007 film, Gandhi, My Father was inspired on the same theme. [414] Since then philosophers including Hannah Arendt, Etienne Balibar and Slavoj Žižek found that Gandhi was a necessary reference to discuss morality in politics. Recent scholars question these romantic biographies and state that Gandhi was neither a Christian figure nor mirrored a Christian saint. [319], Beyond his religious beliefs, Gandhi stated another motivation for his experiments with diet. [150] Ambedkar and Gandhi debated their ideas and concerns, each trying to persuade the other. [125] Furthermore, co-operation among Hindus and Muslims ended as Khilafat movement collapsed with the rise of Atatürk in Turkey. Before taking a vow of celibacy, Mahatma Gandhi had four sons. The Settlem… [329] He used the legends of Hindu goddess Sita to expound women's innate strength, autonomy and "lioness in spirit" whose moral compass can make any demon "as helpless as a goat". 170 citations de Mahatma Gandhi - Ses plus belles pensées Citations de Mahatma Gandhi Sélection de 170 citations et phrases de Mahatma Gandhi - Découvrez un proverbe, une phrase, une parole, une pensée, une formule, un dicton ou une citation de Mahatma Gandhi issus de romans, d'extraits courts de livres, essais, discours ou entretiens de l'auteur. Although Gandhi wanted a total focus on the task of winning independence and not speculation about India's future, he did not restrain the Congress from adopting socialism as its goal. Mohandas Gandhi was born October 2, 1869, in Porbandar, India, the last child of his father Karamchand Gandhi and his fourth wife Putlibai. Thus, he took for granted ahimsa (noninjury to all living beings), vegetarianism, fasting for self-purification, and mutual tolerance between adherents of various creeds and sects. Upon his death, Mohandas K. Gandhi was hailed by the London Times as the most influential figure India has produced for generations (Mr. Gandhi). Recalling the day of their marriage, he once said, "As we didn't know much about marriage, for us it meant only wearing new clothes, eating sweets and playing with relatives." One of the terminal reports rated him as “good at English, fair in Arithmetic and weak in Geography; conduct very good, bad handwriting.” He was married at the age of 13 and thus lost a year at school. He justified this support by invoking Islam, stating that "non-Muslims cannot acquire sovereign jurisdiction" in Jazirat al-Arab (the Arabian Peninsula). [150] The resulting public outcry forced the government, in consultations with Ambedkar, to replace the Communal Award with a compromise Poona Pact. Gandhi's ideas of protests, persuasion skills and public relations had emerged. It led to the converted person hating his neighbours and other religions, and divided people rather than bringing them closer in compassion. [307] He said that Zionism was not the right answer to the problems faced by Jews[308] and instead recommended Satyagraha. A social boycott of mamlatdars and talatdars (revenue officials within the district) accompanied the agitation. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi first docked in England as a student just days before his 19th birthday in 1888 in pursuit of a law degree and is known to have fully immersed himself in … [43], In November 1887, the 18-year-old Gandhi graduated from high school in Ahmedabad. [120] The unfolding events, the massacre and the British response, led Gandhi to the belief that Indians will never get a fair equal treatment under British rulers, and he shifted his attention to Swaraj or self rule and political independence for India. [137] Gandhi captured the imagination of the people of his heritage with his ideas about winning "hate with love". Gandhi would sleep with both Manu and Abha at the same time. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. His reply was in response to the question 'Who was the one person, dead or live, that you would choose to dine with?'. [26], During the Boer War, Gandhi volunteered in 1900 to form a group of stretcher-bearers as the Natal Indian Ambulance Corps. Upon arrival, he stayed with the local Modh Bania community whose elders warned him that England would tempt him to compromise his religion, and eat and drink in Western ways. [338] Gandhi slept naked in the same bed with Manu with the bedroom doors open all night. Ambedkar described him as "devious and untrustworthy". A picked column advanced from the crowd, waded the ditches and approached the barbed wire stockade... at a word of command, scores of native policemen rushed upon the advancing marchers and rained blows on their heads with their steel-shot lathis [long bamboo sticks]. Codice Meccanografico PIIC837006. This is a title that is given to someone if they are regarded to as being the fo… [105][106] Muslim leaders and delegates abandoned Gandhi and his Congress. [92] Gandhi agreed to actively recruit Indians for the war effort. [316][317][318] He avoided not only meat, but also eggs and milk. [225] It was at Tolstoy Farm where Gandhi and Hermann Kallenbach systematically trained their disciples in the philosophy of nonviolence. But Mohandas was determined to visit England. In a major speech on untouchability at Nagpur in 1920, Gandhi called it a great evil in Hindu society but observed that it was not unique to Hinduism, having deeper roots, and stated that Europeans in South Africa treated "all of us, Hindus and Muslims, as untouchables; we may not reside in their midst, nor enjoy the rights which they do". [250] Gandhi's concept of satya as a civil movement, states Glyn Richards, are best understood in the context of the Hindu terminology of Dharma and Ṛta. Among them are D. G. Tendulkar with his Mahatma. Assuming leadership of the Indian National Congress in 1921, Gandhi led nationwide campaigns for easing poverty, expanding women's rights, building religious and ethnic amity, ending untouchability, and above all for achieving Swaraj or self-rule.[9]. The Second Round Table conference was the only time he left India between 1914 and his death in 1948. The unthinking adoration of the huge crowds that gathered to see him all along the route of his tours made them a severe ordeal; he could hardly work during the day or rest at night. It is the greatest crime of our time. Our beloved leader, Bapu as we called him, the father of the nation, is no more. [191][192], Gandhi's death was mourned nationwide. [325], Alter states that Gandhi's fasting, vegetarianism and diet was more than a political leverage, it was a part of his experiments with self restraint and healthy living. Philosopher Martin Buber was highly critical of Gandhi's approach and in 1939 wrote an open letter to him on the subject. [326] Recently ICMR made Gandhi's health records public in a book 'Gandhi and Health@150'. [26][56], In 1893, a Muslim merchant in Kathiawar named Dada Abdullah contacted Gandhi. The conference was a disappointment to Gandhi and the nationalists. Recently in the light of climate change Gandhi's views on technology are gaining importance in the fields of environmental philosophy and philosophy of technology. [226], Gandhi credited Shrimad Rajchandra, a poet and Jain philosopher, as his influential counsellor. [105][106] After the World War I, in 1919–22, he won Muslim leadership support of Ali Brothers by backing the Khilafat Movement in favour the Islamic Caliph and his historic Ottoman Caliphate, and opposing the secular Islam supporting Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. [99] Using non-co-operation as a technique, Gandhi initiated a signature campaign where peasants pledged non-payment of revenue even under the threat of confiscation of land. Jinnah rejected this proposal and insisted instead for partitioning the subcontinent on religious lines to create a separate Muslim India (later Pakistan). [176] The Direct Action Day triggered a mass murder of Calcutta Hindus and the torching of their property, and holidaying police were missing to contain or stop the conflict. Gandhi thus began his journey aimed at crippling the British India government economically, politically and administratively. The name Mahatma Gandhi is now one of the most universally recognized on earth. [182][306] In 1937, Gandhi discussed Zionism with his close Jewish friend Hermann Kallenbach. According to Margaret Chatterjee, Gandhi as a Vaishnava Hindu shared values such as humility, devotion and brotherhood for the poor that is also found in Sufism. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Hindi: मोहनदास करमचन्द गांधी; Gujarati: મોહનદાસ કરમચંદ ગાંધી; Sindhi: 20 September 1869 – 17 January 1948) was a leader of nationalism in British-ruled India.He is more commonly called Mahatma Gandhi; mahatma is an honorific meaning "great-soul" or "venerable" in Sanskrit. On 13 April 1919, people including women with children gathered in an Amritsar park, and a British officer named Reginald Dyer surrounded them and ordered his troops to fire on them. During this period, his long time secretary Mahadev Desai died of a heart attack, his wife Kasturba died after 18 months' imprisonment on 22 February 1944; and Gandhi suffered a severe malaria attack. Mohandas Gandhi, who come to be popularly known as Mahatma or the Great Soul, was born a colonial subject of the British Empire. [343] Gandhi believed that individuals should freely intermarry whomever they wish, but that no one should expect everyone to be his friend: every individual, regardless of background, has a right to choose whom he will welcome into his home, whom he will befriend, and whom he will spend time with. Gandhi had a friendly and productive relationship with Hills, but the two men took a different view on the continued LVS membership of fellow committee member Dr Thomas Allinson. [303], According to Kumaraswamy, Gandhi initially supported Arab demands with respect to Palestine. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Porbandar, India británica; 2 de octubre de 1869-Nueva Delhi, Unión de la India; 30 de enero de 1948) fue el dirigente más destacado del Movimiento de independencia de la India contra el Raj británico, para lo que practicó la desobediencia civil no violenta, además de pacifista, político, pensador y abogado hinduista indio. Mohandas K. Gandhi, Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Mahatma Gandhi | Jun 1, 1983 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,178 The Act allowed the British government to treat civil disobedience participants as criminals and gave it the legal basis to arrest anyone for "preventive indefinite detention, incarceration without judicial review or any need for a trial". [248] According to Indira Carr, Gandhi's ideas on ahimsa and satyagraha were founded on the philosophical foundations of Advaita Vedanta. Godse accused Gandhi of subjectivism and of acting as if only he had a monopoly of the truth. [129] On 31 December 1929, the flag of India was unfurled in Lahore. [169], While the leaders of Congress languished in jail, the other parties supported the war and gained organizational strength. Author of, India: The transfer of power and the birth of two countries. [137][139], The government, represented by Lord Irwin, decided to negotiate with Gandhi. For Gandhi, democracy was a way of life. The developments heightened Churchill's anxiety that the "British themselves would give up out of pacifism and misplaced conscience". Gandhi's father Karamchand was Hindu and his mother Putlibai was from a Pranami Vaishnava Hindu family. Pursuing a strategy of nonviolent protest, Gandhi took the administration by surprise and won concessions from the authorities. [449][450] The Gandhi Memorial in Kanyakumari resembles central Indian Hindu temples and the Tamukkam or Summer Palace in Madurai now houses the Mahatma Gandhi Museum. Cribb states that Gandhi's thought evolved over time, with his early ideas becoming the core or scaffolding for his mature philosophy. But the Jews should have offered themselves to the butcher's knife. Mohandas 'Mahatma' Gandhi Gandhi in 1931 during a visit to London©. Truth and nonviolence are as old as the hills. [102] Gandhi announced his satyagraha (civil disobedience) intentions. For five months, the administration refused but finally in end-May 1918, the Government gave way on important provisions and relaxed the conditions of payment of revenue tax until the famine ended. [322][323], Gandhi championed animal rights in general. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, conocido como Mahatma Gandhi, nació el 2 de octubre de 1869 en Porbandar (Raj británico), en la actual India. [328] In his own life however, according to Suruchi Thapar-Bjorkert, Gandhi's relationship with his wife were at odds with some of these values. Mohandas Karamćand Gandhi, trl. Gandhi wanted to go. [251], Gandhi stated that the most important battle to fight was overcoming his own demons, fears, and insecurities. Government warned him to not enter Delhi. In 1893, Gandhi took a … Homme politique et religieux indien, Gandhi est né le 2 octobre 1869 à Porbandar (Gujarat, Inde). [280], Gandhi believed that Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism were traditions of Hinduism, with a shared history, rites and ideas. "[275] George Orwell remarked that Gandhi's methods confronted "an old-fashioned and rather shaky despotism which treated him in a fairly chivalrous way", not a totalitarian power, "where political opponents simply disappear. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Gujarati: મોહનદાસ કરમચંદ ગાંધી) (Porbandar, 2 oktober 1869 – New Delhi, 30 januari 1948), vaak Mahatma Gandhi (Gujarati: મહાત્મા ગાંધી) genoemd, was een Indiaas politicus.Na een rechtenstudie in Engeland vertrok Gandhi naar Zuid-Afrika, waar hij zich voor de Indiase bevolkingsgroep inzette. A horrified American journalist, Webb Miller, described the British response thus: In complete silence the Gandhi men drew up and halted a hundred yards from the stockade. But the image of Gandhi that has lasted is one that foregrounds his dogged fight against the oppressive forces of racism and colonialism and his commitment to nonviolence.

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