Mahatma Gandhi understood the importance of emotional communication for mass appeal and proved to be a master of marketing events
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Alyque Padamsee
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It will seem like heresy if I say that Mahatma Gandhi was the greatest marketing guru who ever lived, but it’s true. It is from Gandhiji that I learned that if the media is not on your side, you can use word of mouth to swing public opinion in your favour. In his day, the British controlled all newspapers, radios and newsreels. There was no television, and certainly no internet. And they wouldn’t publish anything about Gandhi unless it was negative.

So he had to rely on staging events. Maybe he did it subconsciously. But as far as I am concerned, he was one of the greatest Event Marketing people the world has ever seen. I think even Martin Luther King Junior learned a lot from him and his Million Man March on Washington, to bring the spotlight on denial of civil rights to the Negros in America, owes a lot to Gandhiji’s Dandi salt march. L. K. Advani, I am sure, was inspired by this event to stage his Rath Yatra. It was this event (Dandi March), which really galvanised India into realising that the British were cruel taskmasters for imposing the draconian salt tax.

Gandhiji decided to defy it, but he did not do it instantly. He let it all build up, and in that, he was the master of Hitchcockian suspense. He sent out word that on a certain day, he would be picking up a handful of salt on the deserted beach at Dandi. And he let this message percolate.
 
His second brilliant innovation was interactivity. He could easily have taken a train to Dandi, walked a few furlongs and got to the beach. Instead, he announced that he would start from Sabarmati Ashram and walk his way through. This meant that it would take him several days to reach Dandi. This astute strategy was designed to spread word of mouth to all the surrounding villages as he walked through them. And as he walked from village to village, word spread that Gandhiji was approaching, “Mahatma aa rahe hain. Mahatma aa rahe hain.” And as Gandhiji walked through each village, most of the villagers would join in the march. This ultimately transformed an act of defiance by an individual into a people’s participatory movement.

Then the press got wind of it, and reporters and photographers came from all over India and abroad to see who this frail man was, ready to defy the might of the British Empire. Pretty soon, the entire country was talking about Gandhiji and his padayatra. The suspense was building up. Would he reach Dandi? Or would the British prevent him from getting to the beach. When he picked up a fistful of salt from the beach at the seaside town of Dandi, foreign media who had come to hear of his march were there to photograph and transmit to the world outside India. This was probably the first time that an event was successfully used in India.

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03/08/2011 5:13am

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06/08/2011 2:40am

mahatma gandhi is a great man. everybody wants mahatma Gandhi spirit

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06/08/2011 2:48am

mahatma gandhi was a great indian leader.

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06/08/2011 2:48am

Mahatma gandhi is a freedom fighter.

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06/08/2011 2:49am

Mahatma Gandhi was a great social person.

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06/08/2011 2:51am

fantastic artices!!!!

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06/08/2011 2:51am

Gandhi stayed in South Africa for 21 years working to secure rights for Indian People

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06/08/2011 2:52am

Definitely he was a great man,though he had humane shortcomings.

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06/08/2011 2:54am

Mahatma Gandhi is known in India as the 'Father of the Nation'. Explore the biography, life history & story of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.

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06/08/2011 2:55am

The name "Gandhi" is synonymous with peace and non-violence. His epic struggle to bring together the people of India in their search for sovereignty is unparalleled. This great man's wisdom and foresight are compelling.

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06/08/2011 2:56am

Mahatma Gandhi was fight against of English man for Namak kanoon.

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06/08/2011 2:57am

Gandhi has been my favourite for seminars on leadership and management for years! In fact, in the last chapter of my first book Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch, I described him as the ultimate successor of Krishna as a management guru! The reason is simple! To me, there is no greater a management guru than Krishna; and the Gita is my ultimate guide to management! Krishna guides a handful of five brothers to victory against the army of a hundred brothers in the mythological Mahabharata, and in a similar way, Mahatma Gandhi guided us to Independence against all odds! Whether Krishna was true or not is debatable, but Gandhi was for real! And what we all know about Gandhi is that when he died, he said, “Hey Ram, He Ram, He Ram,” – though now even that is debated by various scholars. However, what many of us don’t know about Gandhi is that he used to read the Gita daily and called it the most important guide to success.

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06/08/2011 2:57am

Mahatma Gandhi was a great leader. Every people likes his thoughts.

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06/08/2011 2:57am

Mahatma gandhi the history of the world is full of men who rose to leadership, by sheer force of self-confidence, bravery and tenacity.

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06/08/2011 2:58am

Finally our destination was Gandhi memorial. What an honor…I felt proud that I come from the same country where Gandhi is known as father of our nation. To honor the life and achievements of Mahatma Gandhi, DC has Gandhi memorial center, one of the popular tourist destination showing spiritual and cultural heritage of India.

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06/08/2011 2:58am

Dont forget that Gandhi was the man who kept on knocking back Nehru's vision of taking india forward through education and technology

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06/08/2011 3:00am

Yes, Gandhi is what people you have read have described. He was unlike a common man, there fore he is called by Tagore 'Mahatma' or Great Soul.

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06/08/2011 3:02am

Mahatma Gandhi is Great Leader of India.

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06/08/2011 3:03am

Mahatma Gandhi was a leader and a friend to all throughout his life. He dedicated his life to fostering the philosophy of nonviolent action and spreading.

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06/08/2011 3:03am

The Birth of 'Mahatma'
Mahatma Gandhi was born Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and the title 'Mahatma' was accorded to him much later. Mahatma literally translates to 'great soul' in Sanskrit. Even though opinion is ambivalent as to how Gandhi came to be known as Mahatma, people generally believe that noted poet and philosopher Rabindranath Tagore bestowed the title of 'Mahatma' on Gandhi.

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06/08/2011 3:04am

Mahatma Gandhi is such a great indian leader and indian hero for me

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06/08/2011 3:04am

Yes ! Gandhi was actually a saint and have right to be praised! Mahatma means one who have a great soul and Mohan Das Karm Chand Gandhi had a great soul in real. there is no doubt!

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06/08/2011 3:05am

His words make all the more sense in today’s era where change happens overnight.

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06/08/2011 3:05am

Mahatma Gandhi and the Boer War
Despite his lifelong pursuit of nonviolence, Gandhi found himself embroiled in a war at an early stage of his life, albeit in a humanitarian role. During his stay in South Africa the Second Boer War broke out and Gandhi organized a volunteer medial unit of free Indians and indentured laborers called the Indian Ambulance Corps. This unit provided exemplary medical service to wounded black South Africans and post -war Gandhi became a decorated sergeant of the Corps.

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06/08/2011 3:06am

Mahatma Gandhi was a true leader in our country, he always focused on India development.

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06/08/2011 3:08am

Mahatma Gandhi and the Nobel Prize
It is indeed a sad irony that Mahatma Gandhi, the greatest exponent of peace and nonviolence, was never deemed eligible for the Nobel Peace Prize. After four previous nominations, Gandhi was chosen for the Prize in 1948, but because of his unfortunate assassination the Nobel Committee had to shelve their plans and the Peace Prize was not awarded that year.

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06/08/2011 3:09am

Misunderstood and caricatured in life, oversimplified and deified in death, M.K. Gandhi stared down the British Empire, reformed the governments of three nations, and inspired a global network of neo-Gandhians such as Martin Luther King Jr. If any individual can be described as the most effective activist of the 20th century, that person was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.

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06/08/2011 3:09am

This market, which earlier boasted of only a handful others, was redefined a few years back by a clutch of companies

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06/08/2011 3:09am

Mahatma Gandhi, whose life taught and inspired me. ... for failing to honour Mahatma Gandhi"

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06/08/2011 3:10am

Mahatma Gandhi and the Time Magazine
Time Magazine, the famous U.S. publication, named Mahatma Gandhi the Man of the Year in 1930. In 1999 the magazine declared Mahatma the runner-up to noted scientist Albert Einstein as the "Person of the Century".

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06/08/2011 3:10am

Gandhi first employed non-violent civil disobedience as an expatriate lawyer in South Africa

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06/08/2011 3:12am

Gandhi strove to practice non-violence and truth in all situations

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06/08/2011 3:12am

Gandhi jee was a common man.

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06/08/2011 3:14am

After his return to India in 1915, he set about organising peasants, farmers, and urban labourers in protesting excessive land-tax and discrimination.

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06/08/2011 3:15am

Mahatma Gandhi was a truth full. He was fight against of English Man.

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06/08/2011 3:15am

Mahatma Gandhi belives in Non-violence.

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06/08/2011 3:16am

Mahatma Gandhi was a great indian leader his full name was mohandas karamchand Gandhi we call him the father of the our national.

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06/08/2011 4:55am

Mahatma Gandhi was a good leader.

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06/08/2011 5:16am

Mahatma literally translates to ‘great soul’ in Sanskrit.

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06/08/2011 5:19am

Sometimes called the “father of modern India,” Gandhi helped to liberate India from England’s rule using passive resistance and civil disobedience (peacefully disobeying laws).

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06/08/2011 5:20am

Mahatma Gandhi is considered the father of the Indian independence movement. Gandhi spent twenty years in South Africa working to fight discrimination.

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06/08/2011 5:21am

Mahatma Gandhi great!!

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06/08/2011 5:21am

mahatma gandhi was a born at porbander on 2oct1869.his father karamchand gandhi was the diwan of porbander, gandhi jee loved india

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06/08/2011 5:21am

Gandhi was a charismatic leader. His views on freedom, gender, and society rocked the world out of its complacency. Read Gandhi's soul stirring quotations

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06/08/2011 5:22am

Mahatma Gandhi used to speak English with Irish (Ireland) accent? It is because one of his teacher was Irish, who greatly influenced him.

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06/08/2011 5:23am

orn on 2nd of October 1869, Gandhiji obtained his education in India and England where he was called to the bar in 1891. A deeply pious, truthful and ...

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06/08/2011 5:24am

Mahatma Gandhi was the greatest marketing guru.

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06/08/2011 5:24am

Gandhi's grand solution to genocide at the hands of the Nazis, was for the Jews to commit mass suicide to draw attention to their plight...

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06/08/2011 5:26am

Independence and the Partition of India; Mohandas Gandhi assassinated; First Indo-Pakistani War; Indo-Chinese border war; Prime Minister Nehru dies

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06/08/2011 5:26am

Mahatma Gandhi in Indian Freedom Struggle Mahatma Gandhi played an essential role in spearheading the movement for Indian independence.

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06/08/2011 5:27am

Mahatma Gandhi was a great man, and did a lot of good, but was he always a good man for his whole life?

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06/08/2011 5:27am

great articles!!

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06/08/2011 5:28am

Gandhi became unwavering in his beliefs and was indeed a stubborn and complicated man. But the aura of saintliness surrounding him made it difficult for scholars to criticize him.

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06/08/2011 5:28am

Mahatma Gandhi was a speaker. every people follow his ideas.

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06/08/2011 5:29am

Mahatma Gandhi addressed of India's people.

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06/08/2011 5:29am

Gandhi ji returned to the forefront again in 1928. On March 12, 1930 Gandhi ji launched a new Satyagraha against the tax on salt.

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07/08/2011 9:31pm

Mahatma Gandhi, father of the nation or Bapu as he was lovingly called in India.

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07/08/2011 9:39pm

I believe that Gandhi’s views were the most enlightened of all the political men in our time. We should strive to do things in his spirit: not to use violence in fighting for our cause, but by non-participation in anything you believe is evil.

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07/08/2011 9:49pm

Though some of the people said gandhi is bad, I still believe that gandhi is a very great person who fought very hard for the sake of liberty. We are living here in india because of great freedom fighters like gandhi.

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07/08/2011 10:01pm

I think it's one of the best epics of all time. It masterfully tells one of the most important stories of the 20th century, that of India's struggle to free itself, spearheaded by one of the most extraordinary men of all time, Mahatma Gandhi.

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07/08/2011 10:12pm

Mahatma Gandhi's ideas and strategies of nonviolent civil disobedience (satyagraha--see Glossary), first applied during his South Africa days.

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07/08/2011 10:16pm

Mahatma Gandhi was never awarded the Nobel Prize. The strongest symbol of non-violence in the 20th century never received the Nobel Peace Prize despite several nominations (12 nominations between 1937 and 1948.)

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07/08/2011 10:19pm

I agree he is most respected personality and an international figure....many great people were inspired by him.

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07/08/2011 10:32pm

gandhi is dandy to people of india as he vehemently opposed chrisitian missiionary conversinary and criminal activities, against whom he thought muslims could be a shield and posed to favour muslims. There is nothing in mohandass or people to show any nationalism, patriotism etc.

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08/08/2011 12:49am

Gandhi is an educated and wise man unlike the majority of this ignorant world.

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08/08/2011 12:49am

Mahatma Gandhi Ji was a great leader.

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08/08/2011 12:51am

A 'No' uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a 'Yes' merely uttered to please, or worse, to avoid trouble.

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08/08/2011 12:52am

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948), also known as Mahatma Gandhi, was born in Porbandar in the present day state of Gujarat in India on October 2, 1869. He was raised in a very conservative family that had affiliations with the ruling family of Kathiawad. He was educated in law at University College, London. In 1891, after having been admitted to the British bar, Gandhi returned to India and attempted to establish a law practice in Bombay, without much success

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08/08/2011 12:52am

Great ones like Mahatma Gandhi had said: Man is product of his thoughts, what he thinks, he becomes. There is also an ancient proverb: Yath Bhaavam tath bhavathi - As your emotion, so is the effect, etc.

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08/08/2011 12:52am

Mahatma Gandhi dominated the Indian political scene from 1918­1947.

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08/08/2011 12:52am

A man is but the product of his thoughts what he thinks, he becomes.
Mohandas Gandhi

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08/08/2011 12:53am

It will seem like heresy if I say that Mahatma Gandhi was the greatest marketing guru who ever lived, but it’s true.

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08/08/2011 12:54am

A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.

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08/08/2011 12:54am

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, better known as Mahatma Gandhi and the Father of the Indian Nation, was born on the 2nd October, 1869. The day is a national holiday marked by a series of cultural events organised each year to commemorate the birth of one of India’s greatest political beacons. On this day, bhajans, or devotional songs are sung at his samadhi, or memorial, in Delhi called Raj Ghat. The key figures of contemporary Indian politics take time off from their usually packed schedules to visit his memorial and silently go over the Mahatma’s life and its impact on the destiny of India.

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08/08/2011 12:55am

Mahatma Gandhi provided the leadership of the highest order and his philosophy of non-violent Satyagraha

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08/08/2011 12:55am

I have always spelled it Gandhi and I live in the US. You misspell incorrectly in your title, so get over yourself. It's one word, not two.

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08/08/2011 12:56am

A policy is a temporary creed liable to be changed, but while it holds good it has got to be pursued with apostolic zeal.

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08/08/2011 12:56am

Gandhi ji had his own ideas about how children should be taught. He disliked the examination system. In his school he wanted to teach the boys true knowledge knowledge that would improve both their minds and their hearts.

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08/08/2011 12:56am

Mahatma Gandhi knows as father of Nation.

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08/08/2011 12:56am

Born in 1869, in Porbandar in the state of Gujarat into a Vaishya (merchant class) family, Gandhi was married at the age of 13 to Kasturba. He was an average student who studied law in England from 1888 to 1891. Before leaving India, his mother made him promise that he would abstain from meat, alcohol and sex. The years passed soon and Gandhi was back in Mumbai. It was time for his first and only case as a lawyer in India, and the man stood ineptly tongue-tied in court. The writing was on the wall, and Gandhi lost the case. His uncles packed him off to South Africa in 1893 to work for an Indian merchant involved in a civil suit.

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08/08/2011 12:57am

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Mahatma ("Great Soul"), Father of the Nation, Bapu ("Father"), Gandhiji

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08/08/2011 12:57am

On 14 August 1947, British rule on the subcontinent finally came to an end, after 163 years of the Raj.

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08/08/2011 12:58am

He finally returned to India in 1915. Instead of breezing into Indian politics, he thought it necessary to travel across India, and had the first adult up-close-and-personal experience of his country. What he saw was an India crippled by poverty and ignorance, and the apathetic handling of the country’s affairs by the British. Appalled by an abject India, he set up the Sabarmati Ashram near Ahmedabad and went on to live there in quest of his Holy Grail. But peace was hard to come by when his country folk were at the mercy of feudal lords, and colonisation as a phenomenon was rearing its ugly head in various pockets of the world. His quintessential need to see the world at peace spearheaded him into the whirlpool of politics, after which there was, of course, no looking back. and the once tongue-tied lawyer would kindle a nation’s imagination and shape its history.

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08/08/2011 12:59am

Mahatma Gandhi played a key role in winning freedom for India.

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08/08/2011 12:59am

That he was an ace economist, theologian, politician and sociologist is evident from his mastery and handling of each of these branches of knowledge. and his dialogue with the Indians and the British was based on a personal discourse that emerged at the crossroad of these disciplines. With an unparalleled understanding of the needs, wants and beliefs of the neglected and forgotten Indians, 80% of whom lived in villages, Gandhi was ready to make a difference. The Swadeshi Movement that exhorted the people of India to wear khadi (home-spun cotton) and shun European goods as the first step towards self-reliance, is just one of the numerous revolutions he engineered successfully. But the remarkable quality about Gandhi, and perhaps the reason of his sorrow, was that in spite of his obvious practical good sense, he ached for the ideal. His standards proved to be, more often than not, too high for the world around him.

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08/08/2011 1:00am

Definitely he was a great man,though he had humane shortcomings

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08/08/2011 1:00am

Always aim at complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Always aim at purifying your thoughts and everything will be wel.

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08/08/2011 1:00am

The key figures of contemporary Indian politics take time off from their usually packed schedules to visit his memorial and silently go over the Mahatma’s life and its impact on the destiny of India.

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08/08/2011 1:02am


He increasingly tended towards asceticism, and believed in Thoreau’s philosophy of complete self-reliance and the dignity of labour, wearing a khadi loincloth and a shawl that he had woven himself. The spinning wheel that he worked on religiously every day is profoundly symbolic of the Mahatma and his beliefs to this day. Deeply aggrieved by the unyielding caste system in his country, he worked all his life for the upliftment of the ones he called Harijans (Children of God). His innate belief in the goodness in life and the spirituality enshrined in each human being was unshakable. He dreamt of a free and self-reliant India, where Christians, Hindus, Muslims and Harijans would live in harmony and work towards a better world.

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08/08/2011 1:02am

it saw the rise of some of the greatest inspirational leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the formation of Indian National Congress and the sacrifice of thousands of lives for the nation and many more.

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08/08/2011 1:02am

Gandhi realizes that the laws are biased against Indians and decides to start a non-violent protest campaign for the rights of all Indians in South Africa.

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08/08/2011 1:02am

The more peace­ful we become, the more we are able to per­ceive the unity and beauty of the world around us until, even­tu­ally, the bar­ri­ers fall and we our­selves become instru­ments of God’s love in the world.

In this excerpt, Easwaran talks about what the Bha­gavad Gita meant to Mahatma Gandhi.

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08/08/2011 1:02am

Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the act depriving a whole nation of arms as the blackest.

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08/08/2011 1:03am

Firstly - Ghandhi's objective was to unite india against the british. This meant uniting hindus and muslims. Of *course* he was going to be really nice about muhammed.

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08/08/2011 1:04am

where he is now considered something of a national hero. He is urged to take up the fight for India's independence from the British Empire.

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08/08/2011 1:05am

Gandhi recognized the importance of drawing women into the freedom movement and enjoyed a good working relationship with many of his women colleagues. Gandhi's willingness to go out of his way to win over Muslims to the Congress platform also won him friends and admirers.

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08/08/2011 1:06am

There are some setbacks, such as violence against the protesters and Gandhi's occasional imprisonment.

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08/08/2011 1:06am

Mahatma Gandhi introduced the concept of Ahinsa and Satyagraha.

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08/08/2011 1:06am

Gandhi lead the nation to Salt March and Civil Disobedience in 1930.

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08/08/2011 1:07am

A debate on the relevancy of Gandhi in today’s time has become a routine affair on every 2nd October. For some people Gandhi is still relevant today whereas some think that India (& the world at large) has changed so drastically that there is no role of Gandhi in it.

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08/08/2011 1:11am

Mahatma Gandhi is one of the most fascinating personalities of the 20th century.

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08/08/2011 1:21am

Following Gandhi's return to India he started presenting his ideas to the public. The concept of civil resistance against unrestricted British power was demonstrated by the Salt March in the year 1930, which ended the state's monopoly on salt and brought a degree of economic relief to India. To Gandhi however, it was essential that his fellow countrymen learned to overcome the British military supremacy by the means of stronger moral power. Initially non-violent trials of strength failed again and again because of the undisciplined crowds, but gradually Gandhi found strong support among the population of India and strengthened their national self-confidence.

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09/08/2011 2:01am

I guess the philosophy with which Mahatma Gandhi led his life can be summed up with his quote, "When I despair, I remember that all through history the ways of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants, and murderers, and for a time they can seem invincible, but in the end they always fall. Think of it - always".

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09/08/2011 2:05am

Though his life was cut short, Gandhi accomplished a great deal. He helped to end numerous injustices against his people and gain independence for the land he loved. He spoke of peace and his life proved that he believed in nonviolence. His life inspired many that came after him, including Martin Luther King Jr., who stated in 1955 that "Christ gave us the goals and Mahatma Gandhi the tactics." Gandhi’s legacy will always live on, inspiring others to live lives of nonviolence and urging them to hold firmly to the truth.

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12/08/2011 11:49pm

World wide, freedom from the oppressor always meant violent struggles! Freedom was always synonymous with violent revolutions. You conquered with the power of violence and you got freedom by fighting violence with violence! But India had a peculiar problem! The problem was our prevalent religion. Gandhi himself called Hindus cowards

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12/08/2011 11:57pm

At first, non-violence was looked as the stupidest tool of revolution. But Gandhi knew what he was doing. He knew how to market his concept because he knew he was satisfying an existing need – the need to participate in the freedom struggle and throw the British out, which was combined with a desire to not be forced to take up arms and risk one’s life in a violent manner

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12/08/2011 11:59pm

Gandhi decided to go about it man to man! He always had a great respect for the end customer. He had said, “The customer is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it.

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13/08/2011 12:02am

Very well written. It requires a lot of blodness to call Gandhi, a respected father figure, a marketing guru!

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13/08/2011 12:03am

I don't know how do people blame Gandhi for the partition ,the world know better these things than that of Indians now . because here people believe more in spreading things rather than knowing it . The best reference book on partition till today is ' Mission with Mountbaton '
people must go through it once

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13/08/2011 12:04am

Gandhi thought for the universal solution ... how many mills could he establish one ,two... five but still they would never fulfill the requirement of the country that's why he went for Charkha ....

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13/08/2011 12:06am

एम. के. गांधी ने भारतीय दलित के लोगों नाम दिया "वेश्या के बच्चे "

Gandhi had said Indian Dalit People "Children of Prostitute

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13/08/2011 12:07am

Gandhi would do enemas twice a day and if he liked you allowed you to enter the piece up his rectum. Gandhi used to drink his own urine and also the urine of cows

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13/08/2011 12:10am

He is a freemasons him self.. if you don't know what i am talking about Google "Freemasons ".

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13/08/2011 12:11am

It would be wrong to call Mahatama Gandhi Ji, marketing guru. He was a great leader and he knew that his leadership is unchallenged. Any person with an ability to motivate others has the greatest leadership quality any person can have.

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13/08/2011 12:55am

Gandhi used to beat his wife up routinely.Gandhi was having sex when his father lay breathing his last upstairs.# Gandhi denied sex to his wife for decades.
Gandhi was an adulterer and had a spiritual marriage with two British women who were in the Ashram# Gandhi slept naked with his niece (and 12 year old virgin girls) and other women to prove that he could control his manliness and to get energy from the virgins.

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13/08/2011 12:57am

“Men must keep …
“Men must keep their women dependent day and night, and keep under their own control those who are attached to sensory objects. Her father guards her in childhood, her husband guards her in youth, and her sons guard her in old age. A woman is never fit for independence.“
– M.K.Gandhi

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13/08/2011 1:03am

Definately Gandhi was a great person .

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17/08/2011 4:05am

Truly, management is completely different from leadership. Like opposite ends of a coin. While Gandhi might have been 'managing' the Indian freedom movement with a troop of comrades on clockwork precision, he was actually leading a change of mindset that effected change in everyone who participated with him.

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17/08/2011 4:16am

The Salt Satyagraha, which began with the Dandi March on March 12, 1930, was an important part of the Indian independence movement.

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17/08/2011 4:32am

Mahatma Gandhi emerged from his long seclusion by undertaking his most famous campaign, a march of about 400 kilometres [240 miles] from his commune in Ahmedabad to Dandi, on the coast of Gujarat between 11 March and 6 April 1930. The march is usually known as the Dandi March or the Salt Satyagraha.

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17/08/2011 4:46am

Under his leadership, the Congress launched a series of mass movements - the Non Cooperation Movement of 1920 -1922 and the Civil Disobedience Movement in 1930.

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18/08/2011 1:16am

Mahatma Gandhi is a Helpful person. Every person call bapu.

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17/09/2013 10:02pm

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