Mahatma Gandhi was the messiah of the people and the greatest leader of the Indian national movement. He emphasized on the notion of equality and did not treat anyone as inferior. According to him, it is the people, not the leaders who could fight for them. He organized a movement of masses that include a person from every section of society.
Unlike other leaders who wear suit-boot, Mahatma Gandhi dressed in simple clothes. He was identified by the poor as one among them. He spoke the local language and lived a simple life. Thus, he was grounded and simple.
He fulfilled his promise and the commitment he made to the people. He led the national movement and made it representative of all sections.
He was a pacifist and promoted peaceful methods to gain independence. He launched the non co-operation and civil disobedience movement to weaken the British hold on India. He adopted non-violent means to fulfil the demands.
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