Mahatma Gandhi was one among the simplest mahatmas. His full name is Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.He was Indian lawyer, politician, social activist, and writer who later became the leader of the nationalist movement against the British rule of India.

Full Name –  Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Born –  2 October 1869

Died – 30 January 1948 (78)

Spouse – Kasturba Gandhi (m.1883-1944)

Educations – UCL Faculty Of Laws (1888-1891)

Children – Harilal Gandhi, Devdas Gandhi, Manilal Gandhi, Ramdas Gandhi

Years of service –  1900-1902, 1906

Parents – Karamchand Uttamchand Gandhi (father)  Putlibai Gandhi (mother)

Office – Presidents of the Indian National Congress

NationalityIndian

Cause of death – Assassination (gunshot)

 

Mahatma Gandhi’s life and footprints left behind     

  • In 1888, Mahatma Gandhi went to London leaving behind his wife and children in order to pursue his degree in law.
  • In 1893, Gandhi went to South Africa to work and found that there was a lot of prejudge towards Indian people.
  • That was the main reason that Gandhi initiated protesting and eventually, he became an inspiring hero for millions.
  • The three main qualities that define Gandhi as a hero are his strong leadership, simplicity, and his boldness.
  • Leadership was one among Gandhi’s heroic qualities. One unique path he demonstrated his leadership was by encouraging people in his village to start using homespun clothing.
  • Homespun was one among Gandhi’s favorite hobbies. Introducing homespun to his village promised the economic growth of his village. All the poor people became employed to make homespun clothes for others in the village and outside of their own village.
  • This greatly diminished the poverty in Gandhi’s village.
  • Moreover, Gandhi ended the difficulty of discrimination against untouchables. Back in those ancient days, the Hindus used to discriminate against the untouchables, who were their own kind but just low within the class structure.
  • Indian Independence Movement was the ever-green heroic movement led by Gandhi. This movement was accomplished in 1947 by Mahatma. This movement happened because India was governed by the British, and Gandhi wanted India to become independent. Therefore, Gandhi showcased many outstanding leadership skills that made him a hero.