What impact of Mohandas Gandhi's belief in non-violent protest?
Gandhi introduced non violent protests to India and to the rest of the world. He gained many followers through his teachings and techniques. From that, he got lots of support in non violent protesting helping gain independence.
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It didnt affect it greatly because he wanted to unify the Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs into one country: India
Gandhi's beliefs are Hindu, which are mostly about non-violence, not to be predigest or take discrimination from anyone. He believed in truth and equality. He promoted non-vio…lence and refused to make the British get out of India by hurting them. He wanted them to leave peacefully even though they treated Indians like crap.
Answer . He would not eat.
He changed the world and helped lead the indian indepence movement=]
His goal was to improve immigrant Indians and Hindus rights and to bring freedom to India in a nonviolent way.
the burning of passes
because he thought it will actually make a difference
he got Indian independence from the british empire and inspired his fellow Indians to get their independence they deserve.
I think it was to get independence from Great Britain.
Faith gains in strength only when people are willing to lay downtheir lives for it. Faith is not like a delicate flower which wouldwither away. Robust faith in oneself and bra…ve trust of theopponent, so-called or real, is the best safeguard. A living faithcannot be manufactured by the rule of [the] majority.
Mohandas karamchand gandhi
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869.
Like Martin Luther King, Gandhi believed that non-violent protest could achieve great ends. Gandhi was influenced by the American writer Henry Thoreau's essay on civil disobed…ience.
Mohandas gandhi believef in good so he inspere people to do things with non_violence.