Gandhi defined his ideal society as Ram Rajya. He conceives of a society where Truth prevails,; people lead a moral spiritual life and evil is reduced to the minimum if not completely eliminated.
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Brief notes on Gandhian concept of non-violence (Ahimsa). Throughout his career, Gandhiji championed the cause of Ahimsa or non-violence. By that he could easily disarm even a powerful enemy.
If philosophy is wisdom, Mahatma Gandhi was among our foremost philosophers. He had the wisdom of Socrates, the humility of St Francis of Assisi, the mass appeal of Lenin, the saintliness of the ancient Indian rishis and the profound love of humanity of the Buddha.
Mahatma Gandhi is the father of the modern India. According to him Truth is God and God is Truth. His life was an experiment with truth and he had strong faith in peace, truth and non-violence. Basic education was his brainchild and its principles were based on his philosophy of life.
After World War I, public opinion in England was in favors of India. At this time, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (later called Mahatma Gandhi) returned to India after a stay of about 20 years in South Africa.