Dream Big, Dream Often

This is an excerpt from the World History Channel on BlogSpot:

Achievements of Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi initiated a constructive program for social reforms. He introduced the concept of ahimsa and Satyagraha. He led the Indians to break the salt laws which deprived the poor Indians from owning salt when the British failed to give into their pleas. British had exercised monopoly in the production and sale of salt. Gandhi was arrested with many other demonstrators. Irwin agreed to hold a round table conference with Gandhi in London so as to negotiate for possible conditions of Indian independence. Before the involvement of Gandhi in Indian politics, the struggle for independence in India was very minimal (Easwaran, 1997).

Gandhi was mainly engaged in the constructive reform of the Indian community. He decided to live at a remote village in India that had no electricity and running water and vowed to return to…

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