Rajiv Gandhi

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  • Gandhi: The Most Influential Leader Of The Twentieth Century

    Roosevelt, Vladimir Lenin and many other great leaders, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as Mahatma Ghandi, was a very famous political and spiritual leader in India, he was the one who accomplished the Indian independence which his nation hoped for such a long time. He was the one who lead the campaign of the passive resistance, which had a great impact over the world. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, better known as Mahatma Gandhi, was born in Porbandar, Gujarat, located in the North West of…

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  • Essay On Dalai Lama

    Nonviolence is a biggest weapon in the world, one can use it to make a big change. Dalai lama is one of the most famous leader who use nonviolence against China for making Tibet free. Dalai Lama, is a title given to spiritual leaders of the Tibetan people. They are monks of the Gelug or Yellow Ha school of Tibetan Buddhism, the newest of the schools of Tibetan Buddhism founded by Je Tsongkhapa. The Dalai Lama title was created by Altan Khan, the Prince of Shunyi granted by Ming Dynasty, in…

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  • What Is Gandhi's Beliefs And Values

    Intentionality and determination; these are two qualities that define Gandhi’s life and his message. Everything Gandhi accomplished can be attributed to his commitment to being intentional in his message and actions. Satyagraha was his principle that had the most success, the one that he spent the most time developing and transforming into. His ideas and values can be stated clearly through his assertion that “I am a Christian and a Hindu and a Moslem and a Jew” (Fischer, 2010, p. 141). It…

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  • Who Is To Blame For The Civil Rights Movement?

    Satyagrah-1919: Against the Rowlett act Gandhi started a protest Known as “Satyagrah” in 1919. Gandhi himself was a leader of this Satyagrah. Muslim league plus the Satyagraha Sabha together with various other small corporations synchronized as well as organized the largest Satyagraha of the time. This act gave a brand new direction for the movement. Gandhi arranged a bulk protest whatsoever India history. Hindu and Muslim gather…

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  • Gandhi's Influence On John Ruskin

    Gandhi wanted to clean his lifestyle by following aparigraha, or non-possession, and samabhava which was equability. Gandhi was given the book “Unto This Last” by John Ruskin. Gandhi enjoyed what Ruskin offered in his book, and inspired Gandhi to establish communal living. Gandhi establish the Phoenix Settlement in June 1904, the settlement was communal living, focused on removing needless…

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  • Osama Gandhi As An Influential Leader Essay

    Influential leaders Karamchand Gandhi and Osama Bin Laden Influential leadership is the power of a director to encourage movement in a team or group just through developing the ability of motivation and communication of a person to do an action or behavior accordingly. Powerful leaders have the ability to form history, and only few influential leaders have the distinction of truly changing the word. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Osama Bin Laden were both influential leaders, and they had a big…

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  • Mahatma Gandhi Impact On Society

    As Mohandas Gandhi once said, “An eye for an eye only ends up making the world blind.” With that message of peace, Gandhi is portraying that violence will lead you nowhere. Throughout his lifetime he spread the word of “nonviolence” globally to people of all descent and is hoping it will be passed down to future generations. Mohandas Gandhi was an inspirational and motivational leader who left a long - standing impact on India, created powerful movements so that India would gain Independence,…

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  • T. N. Gandhi: Secularism And Politics

    bureaucrat that he was, was undoubtedly attracted towards socialism and few other Western philosophies, one of them being Secularism. Nehru was also never a religious person, he considered religious activities as naive since there is no science behind. But Gandhi, on the other hand, was a religious person, and one of the few who could link religion with politics. Until the Church was separated from the state, both religion and politics/state existed collectively as a whole even in South Asian…

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  • The Mughal Empire: The History Of The Mughal Empire

    LITERATURE REVIEW HISTORY PROJECT Mughal empire: Origin and Administration Submitted by Shweta meena 1st year, Roll No. 79 Submitted to Mr. Hota Agni Kumar Beginning of the Mughal Empire The history of Mughal’s in India started when Baber conquered India. He was the founder of the Mughal dynasty in India. He invaded India several times. In his final invasion he became the master of Delhi after the war in Panipat in 1526. Baber fell seriously sick and died in 1530. His son Humayun…

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  • Analysis Of Extremism In Gandhi

    Sriram's Shift to Extremism from Gandhism Sriram goes through various stages of transformation in his life after he meets Gandhi. Though Sriram is inducted in the freedom struggle by his attendance to the meetings of Gandhi, his career in the freedom struggle is not just characterized by Gandhian ideology. He happens to come in contact with the ideology of extremists after Gandhiji is sent to jail and Bharati courts arrest. Sriram does not go to jail on the pretext of meeting his grandmother. In…

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