Was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi in the British Army?

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  1. Before leading his historic push for India’s independence from the British Empire, Gandhi famously led civil rights movements in South Africa, another British colony, between 1893 and 1915, when he was in his mid-20s through his mid-40s.

    While Gandhi’s time fighting for the rights of Indians in South Africa is often now mythologized as the heroic precursor to his later efforts in India, the dark side of this tale reveals that Gandhi’s motivations in South Africa included his strident racism against the local black populations there.

  2. I don’t know whether there was a settlement among english and gandhi.But it’s for certain his exercises served British interest more than Indian.

    His purported ‘peacefulness’ disabled contemporary unrest and he generally turned into a hindrance before genuine political dissidents like Bhagat singh and Netaji Subhas Bose. Parcel of individuals who might have been indistinguishable of Sukdev , Rajguru or Chandrasekhar azad were deceived by him and sat around idly in Gandhi s ashram turning haggles bhajans all through there life.

  3. Gandhiji once presented the Quran at a Valmiki Basti Temple in Delhi. The lady got up from the group and asked Gandhi to avoid that. Gandhi inquired, “Why?” The lady said it was “against our religion.” Gandhi said, “I don’t accept so.” The lady answered that we don’t think of you as qualified to arrange our religion.