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<bkz: indira gandhi>
<bkz: rajiv gandhi>

   painseeker   09.01.2007 11:45

hindistan'ın kurtuluş filmi.tekrar tekrar izlenebilir ve her seferinde aynı keyif alınır.

   hagakure   10.03.2007 01:37

mahatma gandhi yi anlamanın,ingiliz tarihinin pislik yönlerini ve emperyalist siyaseti görmenin dışında,temiz bir insanı ve iyiliği görmek adına izlenmelidir.

   basur cicegi   31.03.2009 16:57

aşağıda ingilizcce biyografisi olan insan. (gramer hataları olabilir, üzgünüz.) ayrıca: <bkz: mahatma gandhi>

mahatma gandhı

when he was sixty, he walked 241 miles long, and while he was doing this, he only ate fruit and vegetables. ın this walking, his simply aim was to protest the salt tax. not numerous people, however he thought it would be a major step for ındia’s freedom. his name was mohandas gandhi. mohandas gandhi or mahatma, great soul, came to the world on october 2, 1869 in porbandor. he was hindu and a vegetarian like numerous of other ındians. his father was the prime minister of the local administration, thus he had an untroubled childhood. ın 1882, he wedded kasturbhai makanji. mohandas gandhi wasn’t a triumphant student, and he foundered on most of his lessons. after the death of his father in 1885, he moved to england to study jurisprudence and learn how to be a lawyer. before his moving, he gave a word to his mother and wife to carry out hindu religion rules. also here, he attended a vegetarian foundation. on the date of 4th september, he came to be a real lawyer. later he returned to ındia. he couldn’t became successful at his job, as he was quite nervous. a muslim company asked him to work in south africa as a legal lawyer. here, he started his protesting life and enhanced his nonviolence and noncooperation protest methods, which didn’t support war or fighting between two groups, and says that simply protesting them with big meetings and organizations are enough to acquire what one wants to acquire. with this method, he affected, changed and made ındia an independant country. on 30th january 1948, he was assassinated by nathauram godse, who was a hindu fanatic. mohandas gandhi, perhaps the best and greatest activist and the most peaceful human this world has ever seen, experienced a life-shaping event, had obstacles to overcome, and took a risk, and had some effects on the world.

one of the life-shaping events, which he experienced, changed his life with an enormous effect, moving to south africa. ın the non-fiction book source, entitled mahatma gandhi and ındia’s ındependence, the author, ann malaspina states that, “soon, he would be leading nonviolent protests to win civil rights for ındian immigrants there… two decades in south africa would see the transformation of the timid, failed barrister [lawyer] into a skilled lawyer, political spokesman and organizer, equipped to play a public role in ındia”( 36). ın 1893, in south africa he was kicked out from the train. there was only one reason for this happen- his religion, his dark skin that is to say his state, place in society. he was carrying a first-class voucher, but one of the passengers objected at him, because he had dark skin. the train conductor told that he had to sit in the section like the other ındian people. he resisted, because he was right. he had paid money for that voucher. when he didn’t accept and resisted to sit in the section, he was kicked out of the train. on the morning of the next day, he said this to the general manager with a telegram, and in this manner, he began his protesting life, which would make him a quite famous person. as a result, by going to south africa, he learned and realized his real personality, understood that other people were looking at hindu people as not a real person, as animals, and he started not to carry out rules, which was blocking him to live tranquilly, that is to say it was a life-shaping event for him.

mohandas gandhi had some obstacles to overcome, and took a risk, when he started to protest. first, his main obstacle was to be arrested by britain. ın the free ınternet source, entitled “biography of mahatma gandhi”, the author states, “gandhi was arrested many times by the british for his activities in south africa and ındia. he believed it was honorable to go to jail for a just case. altogether he spent seven years in prison for his political activities”(1). these imprisonments slowed his struggle and activities. even do he was incarcerated numerous times by britain, he knew how to overcome them. he didn’t care the living in jail. ın there, he worked to improve himself, and explained his ideas to all over the world. he read books and articles to develop himself. to have the world know his aims, ideas and real true life, he wrote his autobiography. he was imprisoned and sent to jail, but rain or shine he didn’t give up, and continued his protests after going to jail. also, he had an enormous risk. he risked his own life. ın the non-fiction book source, entitled mahatma gandhi and ındia’s ındependence, the author, ann malaspina, states, “ın early may, after gandhi wrote the letter to the viceroy, threatening to take over the government’s daharasana saltworks, the british came for gandhi. he was asleep in his tent near the dandi beach. gandhi was not surprised. he went peacefully. the authories held him without a trial”(10). here, we can see his brave movements. he knew he would be arrested, maybe would die, but he didn’t care. numerous followers were incarcerated with him, but he risked his own life and protested every injustice boldly. his aim was to make ındia a free country, and for this aim, he could die eagerly. finally, he also had one more obstacle, which was the caste system to overcome. ın the free ınternet source, entitled, “mahatma gandhi”, the author states, “he was against partition though, wishing that those of moslem hindu faith could live peacefully side by side. he was also very critical of the caste system, whereby some ındians of high social standing were deemed ‘untouchable’ ”(2). as a matter of fact, during all of his life, he always combatted the caste system and had obstacles with it. also in fact, the reason and source of his struggle was the caste system because of all its injustices. his skin was darker than a white human, and this made him not a first class person in his own country and south africa. as a result, during his life he had to overcome obstacles risking his life.

of course, mahatma gandhi had some impacts on the world. first, he influenced ındian people to make them believe they might be free. ın the reference book source, entitled contemporary heroes and heroines, the editor kay b. browne states, “he returned to ındia with the dedication to apply these beliefs on an immense scale: to inspire millions of both poverty-stricken and wealthy ındians, brahmins and “untouchables”, to resist the british, not with arms, but with love and active non-cooperation. for over thirty he led innumerable satyagraha actions and, despite imprisonments and violence from the english, never bore his oppressors any malice. finally, following world war ıı, it became an untenable proposition for the british to maintain their domination over ındia, they granted independence in 1947” (160). before his meetings, not many ındian people believed in ındia’s freedom. they were living in the caste system, and they didn’t complain much. most of them ignored this. they saw themselves worse class people than the british people and other white people. great britain persucuted them much, but they couldn’t do anything. when mohandas gandhi came, he worked up their courage. they attended his meetings, and they came to be whole part. also with his meetings, protests and leadership, ındia came to be an independant country. ın the free ınternet source, entitled “mahatma gandhi”, the author states, “ın 1947, ındia gained independence, something that gandhi had worked towards for a long time”(2). ın the lifetime of gandhi, his biggest goal was to make ındia an independent country. he struggled for this goal a lot. he made protests, meetings and fastings. and then, at last, in 1947, ındia acquired its freedom. after wwıı, great britain wanted to relinquish control of ındia, maybe its most significant colony, because they understood that having a colony was getting harder, and ındian people wanted their freedom. at last, great britain decided ındian people had the right to live freely. with this freedom, not only ındia, also pakistan was founded. unfortunately, he couldn’t block the struggle between hindus and muslims. ın short, gandhi changed the world map with an enormous effect. as a result, he affected the world with his life.

ın conclusion, mohandas gandhi’s life-shaping event of moving to south africa, his overcoming the obstacles of being arrested by the british, and the caste system, and taking a risk during his struggle, and his effects on the world such as making ındians believe in their independence and changing the world map by founding ındia are the most incredible features of this remarkable activist’s life. first, moving to south africa changed his life, because here he understood that ındians were viewed as second class people, and he began his struggle here. during his life, his big problem was the caste system. as a matter of fact, the reason of his troubles and struggle was that. he mustn’t carry out the caste system to be a real person. also, during his life, he had obstacles with great britain. he was imprisoned numerous times by them. of course, this was a risk for him, too, because numerous people were murdered in prisons. he risked his own life to fulfill his aim. finally, with his thoughts and work, he impacted the world. first, he made the people believe to reach and gain their independence. then, he achieved this. he changed the world map by founding new countries- ındia and pakistan. today, mohandas gandhi is remembered as a significant activist, and if he hadn’t lived, today we may not see ındia and pakistan on the world map, or maybe we would talk about a war in ındia.

   river is wise   03.12.2010 23:33

ruhsal deneyim adı altında amca kızı teyze kızı demeden önüne geleni düdükleyen adam.

   diken   04.09.2012 02:06
reklamı kapat