Mahatma Gandhi, His Childhood, Methods And The Results Of His Actions Npghs, S07 Assigmnet

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Childhood
Mohandas Gandhi was born october 2nd 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat india, but his family moved to the town of Rajkot when he was 7 years old. He was the youngest out of 4 siblings that his father (Karamchand Gandhi) and his mother (Putlibai Gandhi) produced. Gandhi and his family were apart of the Hindu religion which meant that he was not allowed to eat any meat and drink wine. To Gandhi his religion was very important to him and he never broke a promise about eating meat or drinking wine, even when his older siblings offered him meat he refused. According to him that was the best decision he ever made. Gandhi attended elementary and high school in Rajkot, during highschool Gandhi started to think about where he go for collage. He wanted to go somewhere away from home.His mother was very worried about Gandhi leaving them to study overseas but she really supported and believed in her son. The family really didn’t have that much money for Gandhi's education but they made it work. In 1818 Gandhi left India to go study law in London. Gandhi adapted quickly to things involving school work fast and he adapted to how the english dress but he never broke his promise he made to his mother which was that he’ll never do anything against the Hindu religion. 4 years later when Gandhi finished his studying and came back to India there wasn't good new awaiting for him. Shortly after he left to go study in London his mother had passed away.
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Methods.
For Gandhi, his strategy is the combination of truth, sacrifice, non-violence, selfless service and cooperation. Gandhi says that “one should be brave and not a coward”, Gandhi also said that “there is no god higher than the truth”. Gandhi believed that non-violence is the best solution to fix the world and all its problems with it. Mahatma Gandhi ...

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