Gandhi Essay | Gandhi

Olivia Coolidge
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Gandhi

Summary: Explores the life and legacy of Mahatma Gandhi. Compares him to other humanitarians, including Martin Luther King Jr. and even Albert Einstein. References the books Mahatma Gandhi, As I Knew Him and Gandhi, A Pictorial Biography.
The name Mahatma Gandhi is known around the world and still bears great weight some fifty plus years after his death. He influenced the likes of such humanitarians as Martin Luther King Jr. and even Albert Einstein. He will always be remembered as the man who created the non-violence approach, applied it, and made it work.

Born On October 2, 1869 Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the fourth and last child of father Karamchand and his fourth wife, Putlibai. The names of Mahatma's siblings vary depending on which book you look in. In Mahatma Gandhi, As I Knew Him the author talks of his eldest sister Lakshmidas, Roliat Ben, Karshandas, and of course Mohandas. However, Gandhi, A Pictorial Biography, states that his eldest sisters' name was Raliatbehn, followed by Laximudas, and Karashandas. Irregardless, he had an older sister and two older brothers. He was born in a moderately well to do family...

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