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What values and attributes were inherent in Gandhiji's idea of Satyagraha?
Satyagraha was a novel method of mass agitation which was followed by Mahatma Gandhi.
1. Satyagraha believed that if the cause for the fight is true and against injustice, then there is no need to use violence or physical force to win.
2. It follows the principles of truth, Satyagraha and non-violence.
3. The emphasis was laid on truth and the need to search for it.
4. The oppressor was made to accept the truth by appealing to his conscience.
Thus, the idea of Satyagraha won the freedom for India.
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