What was Gandhi standing up for?

What was Gandhi standing up for?

He protested discrimination against the “untouchables,” India’s lowest caste, and negotiated unsuccessfully for Indian home rule. Undeterred, he began the Quit India movement, a campaign to get Britain to voluntarily withdraw from India during World War II.

What was Gandhi’s resolve?

Gandhi’s method of conflict resolution is based on a greater understanding and love between the two parties involved in it. He prescribed the trusteeship formula to the rich and the weapon of nonviolent non-cooperation or Satyagraha to the poor and exploited to bring about a change in the attitude of the rich.

What was Gandhi’s main goal?

Gandhi’s purpose was to fight for the freedom of India from Great Britain using non-violence. He also wanted to advance the idea of satyagraha, or passive resistance, to help oppressed people.

What was Gandhi’s resistance called?

Nonviolent movement for Samoan independence from colonial rule in the early 20th century. This movement became the inspiration of the later Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s Satyagraha—resistance and many other non-violent movement in Asia.

What are the two main methods Gandhi believed in to resolve conflict?

There are two ways of resolving conflict – through violence or through nonviolent means. As human beings, we constantly make the choice of resolving conflict either through violence or nonviolent means. Gandhi is eulogised for making a choice of resolving conflicts in nonviolent ways, which he termed as Satyagraha.

What were the four features of non-cooperation movement?

People were asked to withdraw their children from government-controlled or aided schools and colleges. People were asked to boycott foreign goods and use only Indian-made goods. People were asked to boycott the elections to the legislative councils. People were asked not to serve in the British army.

Why did Gandhiji decided to withdraw the non-cooperation movement in February 1922 explain any three reasons?

Withdrawal of Non-Cooperation Movement in February 1922: i Gandhiji felt the movement was turning violent in many places. ii A clash took place at Chauri Chaura in Uttar Pradesh. v The incident shocked Gandhiji and he immediately withdrew the movement.