July 02, 2011

Philosophy of Gandhi

Gandhi as a Philosopher and as a Politician
Mohandas Karamcand Gandhi (1869-1948) was the leader of India both political and soul. His statement is quite famous is: "People say that I was a aulia who throw themselves in politics. But the truth is that I am a politician who tried wherever possible to aulia ". Struggle in politics always put considerations of morality, truth and justice. His activities are called "Satyagraha" which means soul force. Satyagraha is a movement to defend the truth with gentleness road, returning good for evil. Gandhi was very consistent with that struggle. He fasted for the sake of Hindu-Muslim unity. Similarly, he fasted for the oppressed and who are considered unclean caste Hariyan. He built the nation and renew the community with an amazing spiritual strength, a demonstration of spiritual power of the grandeur of matter in the twentieth century.

Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, a small town in Kathiawar peninsula sea coast, western India. His father is a politician who is married to an illiterate but pious woman who every day visit the service at the temple, prayed before meals and `a very fond of fasting. Gandhi inherited the trait from both parents orng. In his youth, Gandhi was not a prominent child intelligence. He was the son of a simple and has a shy nature. He graduated as a lawyer on June 10, 1891 from the University of London.
Two key events that marked the rise of Gandhi's personality as a leader of his people is: One, when he was told by his brother Laxmidas to meet British political representative in London. Gandhi was sent off in a way that hurts his heart, he is held and pushed out by a janitor. Second, when he boarded the train on the way tonight with a first class ticket. In Maritzburg, he was expelled by a white man. Because Gandhi did not want to leave, ultimately with the help of a police Gandhi was thrown out with the luggage onto the platform. These two events have changed his life forever. He is an advanced rebel against an oppressive state of humanity. Therefore, he fought for the independence of his nation, Hind Swaraj or Indian government itself. He fought for the unity of his people, but tragically he was killed by a young fanatic who shot him with three bullets on January 30, 1948. Please read the other articles like definition of philosophy in this blog

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