Essay Topics about MAHATMA GANDHI

English_Master May 17, 2016 No Comments
MAHATMA GANDHI Satyagraha. Meaning “force or firmness of truth, Mohandas Gandhi worked and lived by this word. By peace­ful, non-violent demonstrations he little by little took hold of the people of India’s love and honor and freed them from British rule. This is his story: On October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, India, a region of Queen Victoria, Mohandas Gandhi was born to Kaba Gandhi and his wife. Although his father, Kaba, was the chief Minister for the Maharaja of Porbandar, he and his family lived in a small house and belonged to a Hindu caste of merchants called “banjas.” As he grew, Mohandas became a small, shy and skinny boy, afraid of others’ opinions. He never spoke out, but although he was never a clever child, others were surprised by his gentleness. At the age of thir­teen, he was married to Kastaurbai, a pretty yet strong willed girl of the same caste. He would now live with his wife, in­stead of his mother and father whom he had cared for so long. Before this, Mohandas had told lies, had smoked, and had eaten meat, which was strictly forbidden of Hindus. Now, suddenly, he felt guilty and that he had hurt himself and in some ways those who he cared...
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MAHATMA GANDHI: Essay Writing Topics

English_Master March 27, 2016 No Comments
 MAHATMA GANDHI Mahatma Gandhi was popularly known as Bapu or The father of the Nation. He was responsible for the freedom of the country. He was a firm believer in non-violence and has left his footprints on the sands of time. He died like Jesus Christ and Guru Teg Bahadur for the freedom of the country. The full name of Mahatma Gandhi was Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi. He was born on October 2, 1869 at Porbandar in Kathiawar. His father was the Dewan of Rajkot and Bikaner. His mother was a pious lady. Gandhi had his education in India and in England. He was married to Kasturaba at the early age of thirteen. He passed Matriculation in 1887 and went to London to graduate in law and there he was called to the bar. On return to India he failed to be a successful lawyer because of his extreme devotion to truthfulness, while the profession of law thrives entirely on lying and cheating. In 1893 Gandhiji went to South Africa as a lawyer to a rich merchant but soon he turned to politics to help the Indians who were leading a miserable life. In 1894 he founded the Natal Congress to defend the Indians in South Africa. In...
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Essay Writing Topics on MAHATMA GANDHI

English_Master March 8, 2016 No Comments
MAHATMA GANDHI “Generations to come, it may be, will scarce believe”, wrote Einstein, “that I such a man as this, ever in flesh and blood walked upon this Earth.” Mohandas Karam Chand Gandhi was born on 2nd October, 1869, at Porbandar, a small town on the western coast of India, which was then one of the many tiny states in Kathiawar.  He was born in a middle class family of Vaishya caste. His grandfather had risen to be the Dewan or Prime Minister of Porbandar and was succeeded by his son Karamchand, the father of Mohandas. Putlibai, Mohandas’s mother, was a saintly character, gentle and devout, and left a deep impression on her son’s mind. When Gandhi was born, the British rule had already been established in India. The uprising of 1857, known as the Mutiny, had merely served to consolidate the British adventure into an empire. India had effectively passed under the British tutelage, so effectively indeed, that instead of resenting alien rule the generation of educated Indians were eager to submit to the  ‘Civilizing Mission’ of their foreign masters. Political subjection had been reinforced by intellectual and moral servility. It seemed that the British Empire in India was safe for centuries. When Gandhi died, it was India,...
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MAHATMA GANDHI: Essay Topics

English_Master February 23, 2016 No Comments
MAHATMA GANDHI   Mahatma Gandhi was the greatest man of the 20th century. He was respected by the whole world. When he was killed, the whole world wept. The greatest scientist of the century Albert Einstein on the occasion said that the coming generation would hardly believe that such a man ever walked on the earth. The great British writer, Bernard Shaw, said, “This proves how dangerous it is to be too good.” Gandhiji was born at Porbandar in October 1869. His early education was in Gujarat. Later he went to England to study law and became a barrister and started practice in Bombay. On an invitation, he had to go to South Africa. What he saw their shook him. Indians were being treated like animals. He stayed there for a long time and led a protest movement successfully His movement was entirely non-violent. , Gandhiji loved truth and non-violence. He never told a lie. At school, he always tried to speak the truth. Gandhiji tried to help ‘Harijans’ all his life. He always fought for their rights. Gandhiji was a great friend of the poor and the downtrodden. He loved them as much as he loved his own flesh and blood. He always tried to help them. He wanted to...
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Short Essay on MAHATMA GANDHI

English_Master January 17, 2016 No Comments
MAHATMA GANDHI Mahatma Gandhi was popularly known as Bapu or The father of the Nation. He was responsible for the freedom the country. He was a firm believer in non-violence and has left his footprints on the sands of time. He died like Jesus Christ and Guru Teg Bahadur for the freedom of the country. The full name of Mahatma Gandhi was Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi. He was born on October 2, 1869 at Porbandar in Kathiawar. His father was the Dewan of Rajkot and Bikaner. His mother was a pious lady. Gandhi had his education in India and in England. He was married to Kasturaba at the early age of thirteen. He passed Matriculation in 1887 and went to London to Graduate in law and there he was called to the bar. On return to India he failed to be a successful lawyer because of his extreme devotion to truthfulness, while the profession of law thrives entirely on lying and cheating. In 1893 Gandhiji went to South Africa as a lawyer to a rich merchant but soon he turned to politics to help the Indians who were leading a miserable life. In 1894 he founded the Natal Congress to defend the Indians in South Africa. In 1913...
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Essay Writing on MAHATMA GANDHI

English_Master December 27, 2015 No Comments
 MAHATMA GANDHI, THE FATHER OF THE NATION Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in a devout, well-to-do Vaish family of Gujarat. His father was the Dewan of the State of Rajkot. His mother was a pious Hindu lady of orthodox views. Young Gandhi grew up in a simple way as the Aggarwal family abstained from taking meat, fish, eggs, onion, garlic’s and so many other things that give a hit to the blood and enhance circulation of blood. At an early age, he was sent to a school. Though he had no extraor­dinary academic career, yet he passed each and every examination. After passing his matriculation examination, he was sent to England to study law. But before he left for England, he was married to young Kasturba. In England, he studied hard and passed Bar-at-Law exami­nation and returned home. Here, he started his practice at first in the home State, then in Bombay and lastly went over to South Africa to plead a case. Hence forward he stayed there practicing law. He was sensitive by nature. He had self respect, love and adoration for his motherland. When he saw that Indians settled in South Africa were not treated with respect, he started National Congress there and...
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MAHATMA GANDHI: Essay Writing

English_Master November 22, 2015 No Comments
MAHATMA GANDHI Mahatma Gandhi was the greatest man of the 20th century. He was respected by the whole world. When he was killed, the whole world wept. The greatest scientist of the century said that the coming generation would hardly believe that such a man ever walked on the earth. Gandhiji was born Porbandar on October 1869. His early education was in Gujarat. Later he went to England to study law and become a barrister and started practice in Bombay. On an invitation, he had to go to South Africa. What he saw there shook him. Indians were being treated like animals. He stayed there for a long time and led a protest movement successfully. His movement was entirely non-violent. Gandhiji loved ruth and ahimsa. He never told a lie. At school, he always tried to speak the truth. Gandhiji tried to help ’Harijans’ all his life. He always fought for their rights. Gandhiji was great friend of the poor and the downtrodden. He loved them as much as he loved his own flesh ad blood. He always tried to help them. He wanted to root out all evils in the country. He wanted to bring ‘Ram Rajya’ in the country. His chief mission was to ‘wipe every tear...
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