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Gandhi thought that being violent would only get a bad response from the British, however passive resistance pushed the British to do something which would make them look bad To accomplish swaraj or self rule (Bondurant), Gandhi believed India needed 3 vital ingredients. The first thing India needed was to unify Indians with different religions, especially Hindus and Muslims. Second, India needed to remove its... ... middle of paper ... ...ck.org/20-5-GandhiandIndia1919-33.html>. Bondurant, Joan V. “Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand (1869-1948).” Encyclopedia Americana. Grolier Online, 2014.
Satyagraha was a Sanskrit word Gandhi used as a name for his nonviolent political resistance, which he had hoped would open the British government's eyes to their corrupt rule over India. He combined major Hindu concepts to create the word. “Satya means truth, and agrah means insistence. Gandhiji believes that if we use the force of truth we can fight injustice . .
He expresses his deepest feelings and opinions about how India should be ran and how they would sustain better without being under the rule of the British. In this paper I will expand and summarize a few of the topics in which Gandhi mentions in his manifesto, such include, the nature of Swaraj or “self-rule”, the value of doctors, and lastly the value of railways. First, I would like to talk about the nature of Swaraj or “self-rule”. Swaraj is presumably a term that Gandhi used when he referred to the Indian freedom struggle. Gandhi had a specific view on how India should be ruled, he felt that India should be in control of themselves.
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