Mahatma Gandhi

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Quit India Movement (Quit India speech, 1942-08-08)
 

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AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes and Villains (21, 2003, Hero in Gandhi)
 

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Date Murdered
1948-01-30
Place Murdered
 

Freedom Fighter

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Prominent Figure of
Notable Ideas
Ahimsa
Satyagraha
Resistance Movement
Term Served
1915 × 1947
Celebration Date
Memorial
 

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Person

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Height
1.6 m (1.75 yd)
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Religion
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Gender
Quotations
"I believe in equality for everyone, except reporters and photographers."
A 'No' uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a 'Yes' merely uttered to please, or worse, to avoid trouble.
Spouse (or domestic partner)
Kasturba Gandhi (1944-02-22, 1883, Marriage)
Parents
Places lived
India (1914)
South Africa (1914)
Children
Date of birth
1869-10-02
 

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Mahatma Gandhi
 

Prisoner

Imprisoned
1924 (1922)
1931 (1930)
1944 (1942)
 

Deceased Person

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Date of death
1948-01-30
Place of death
Birla House
Cause of death
 

Context name

Official name
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
 

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KWTopic

Category
politics and government
Has sentences
After three years, Gandhi was called to the bar at the Inner Temple and returned to India in 1891. (Details)
Before he left London, he attended the funeral of Besant's friend and atheist, Bradlaugh, as an act of homage to Bradlaugh's principled stand against religious bigotry and social injustice. (Details)
Ghandi attended Bombay University and later studied law in England. (Details)
Disciplines
indian nationalist
Connections from
mohandas karamchand gandhi met george bernard shaw (George Bernard Shaw)
mohandas karamchand gandhi attended funeral of charles bradlaugh (Charles Bradlaugh)
mohandas karamchand gandhi opposed by jan christiaan smuts (Jan Smuts)
mohandas karamchand gandhi a fan of benito amilcare andrea mussolini (Benito Mussolini)
Connections to
george bernard shaw a fan of mohandas karamchand gandhi (George Bernard Shaw)
peter alexeyevich kropotkin influenced mohandas karamchand gandhi (Peter Kropotkin, influenced)
charles bradlaugh his funeral attended by mohandas karamchand gandhi (Charles Bradlaugh)
KWType
Person
Assessment
Gandhi succeeded in uniting India against British rule. He is emembered today for his policy of non-violent civil disobedience, which has become a new political and moral tool in the twentieth century.
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