“Strength does not come from physical capacity, it comes from an indomitable will.”
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2nd October 1869. He did his schooling in Rajkot Gujarat. At that time India was under British rule. His father died before he could finish his schooling.
At the age of 13, Gandhi got married to Kasturba, who was even younger. In 1888, he set sail for England, where he decided to pursue a degree in law.
After one year of a none too successful law practice, Gandhi decided to accept an offer from an Indian businessman in South Africa, Dada Abdulla, to join him as a legal advisor. During those days, the Indians who were lying in South Africa were without political rights, and were generally known by the degratory name of ‘coolies’.
Mahatma Gandhi was a great humanitarian. He was a God fearing and spiritual minded person. The Father of the Nation not only served the country but worked throughout his life for the upliftment of the weaker sections of the society and the removal of many social and the moral evils.
He was a strong supporter of the agriculture works. He was a spiritual man who brought spirituality to the Indian politics. He died in 1948 on 30th January and his body was cremated at Rajghat, New Delhi. 30th of January is celebrated every year as the Martyr Day in India in order to pay homage to him.
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