Protested against economic marginalization of rural farmers After returning to India in 1915, Gandhi quickly devoted his life to championing Satyagraha devotion to the truth and nonviolent forms of protests in his country.
It has been stated that he lent his voice to the Zulus when Britain declared war on the Zulu Kingdom in 1906.
Mahatma Gandhi was the greatest leader of the Indian independence movement.
Most noteworthy, there would have been a significant delay in independence without him.
All his dedication finally forced Britishers to quit India and go back to their country on 15th August 1947, which we all celebrate every year as India Independence day.
He decided to quit the Non-cooperation movement after the Chauri-Chaura incident.
1911: Gopal Krishna Gokhale visited South Africa as a state guest on the occasion of the coronation of King George V.
This was due to the infamous Chauri-Chaura incident.