Essay about Gandhi 's Salt March And The Indian Independence Movement

1426 Words Apr 30th, 2016 6 Pages
Gandhi’s Salt March, which had the Indian independence. Gandhi played a major role in the development of nonviolence and peace activities. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the pre-eminent political and a spiritual bellwether of India and the Indian independence movement. He had many adherents, and edified many how to protest placidly, instead of utilizing violence and war. Gandhi is an ideal for many people today and is one of the most well-known of all nonviolent protestors. He educated people to fight oppression without execrating the oppressor. Gandhi made an immensely massive influence on the world through his effort. Thus, commenced the civil Disobedience Movement. Since the Civil Disobedience Movement was a paramount part of Indian Liberation Movement. It was led by Mahatma Gandhi against certain laws and commands of the ruling British Govt.

By February of 1930, his mind had turned to salt. Under the Salt Laws, the British Govt. had a monopoly on salt, controlling both its engenderment and distribution. It was against these laws that Gandhi now turned the force of Satyagraha. “The Salt March gave the world the idea of the use of mass nonviolence in politics. To Indians, it helped produce a ‘Father of the Nation.’ Gandhi was instrumental in freeing India from the yoke of British imperialism and consequently started the unravelling of global colonialism.” (Gandhian Nonviolence And The Salt March).
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