Global Advanced Research Journal of History, Political Science and International Relations ISSN:2315-506X
July 2012 Vol. 1(5), pp 108-112
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Gandhi: A prophet of satyagraha and nonviolence
Asmat Ullah Wazir1 and Jamshed Khan2*
1Lecturer in Ara Khel College Kohat Asmatullah
2PhD student at the department of History, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, and Pakistan.
*Corresponding author E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accepted 12 July, 2012
In the darkest hours of the history the nature endowed the sub-Continent with a man who lit his life for the illumination of each and every corner of the continent and rendered meritorious services for the amelioration of his fellow men irrespective of social, ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds. The light and glitter of his archetype humanitarianism was not limited to the frontiers of sub-Continent rather it reached to the farthest horizons of the world to equally facilitate his brothers and sisters who were groaning hard under the discriminatory legislation of the South African authorities. The main objective of his life was to undo the injustices committed by the unbridled powers of the imperialists and put in order the indigenous society by weeding out all the invidious evils which had made life hellish for some segments of the society. That is what he did for turning the lot of the Untouchables of the hard-core Hindu society.
Keywords: Gandhi, Satyayagrah, Non-Violence.