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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. ________________ with problems of policy were welcomed to come and ask Gandhi for his advice.
2. Gandhi described the process as reducing oneself to zero, which is when?
3. Gandhi saw that Kasturbai was already living what he was studying, and began to do what?
4. Gandhi's secretary, Mahadev Desai, answered the question of how Gandhi spoke so eloquently with no preparation or notes by explaining what?
5. The two of them became what for men and women throughout India?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is a mantra important?
2. Who came to see Gandhi? Why did they come to see him?
3. What are things that Gandhi does in the company of others?
4. What analogy does Rambha give?
5. What did Gandhi often do in the evening?
6. What does Gandhi do on the day of his death?
7. What role did Kasturbai play in Gandhi's personal transformation?
8. What would happen that reveals how Gandhi was revered?
9. What did Gandhi do to make his teaching more accessible?
10. Besides detachment, what is another guiding principle from the Gita?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The Salt Satyagraha of 1930 was significant.
Part 1) What was this? Why is it significant?
Part 2) Why does this take place? Do you believe this satyagraha was necessary? Why or why not? How effective was it? Why?
Part 3) to what other satyagrahas does this lead? How does it affect the lives of those in India, as well as around the world?
Essay Topic 2
As a child, Gandhi was unremarkable.
Part 1) How was he an unremarkable child? Why was he unremarkable?
Part 2) Why is this important to know about him?
Part 3) How is he transformed into the powerful man he later becomes? By who and what was he inspired? How is he an inspiration today?
Essay Topic 3
Gandhi inspired revolution in many fields.
Part 1) In what fields did he inspire revolution? How did this occur?
Part 2) Describe these types of revolutions. How are they unique?
Part 3) How are revolutionaries today inspired by Gandhi? How are some the opposite of Gandhi? How does this affect one's view of these revolutionaries, as well as the success of the revolutionaries?
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