Gandhi’s Hind Swaraj, often known as Indian home rule, provided a critique of several facets of colonialism and the succeeding western civilisation that it led to. Gandhi envisioned a different type of government for India—Hindu Swaraj—than the English system. You want the tiger’s nature, but not the tiger, he said….
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The author’s goal is to persuade Lord Irwin to stop colonial exploitation through nonviolent threats and a petition for justice. 2. To inform and reassure British officials that their administration in India is unfair and that Gandhi will vigorously oppose it. 3. If the British refuse to put an end…
Nonviolence is an wonderful technique of harmonizing relationships amongst people and all other creatures for the accomplishment of justice and the eventual well-being of everyone. Non-violence has emerge as a form of protest against the oppressive regime or the fight in opposition to something. It is not only the lack…