Gandhi and Indian National Congress

Mahatma Gandhi’s entry and meteoric rise in the Indian political scenario following his return from South Africa in 1918, has been variously equated with the emergence of a guiding light to a breath of fresh air. Indian national Congress was the single most popular party, spearheading India’s war for independence when Gandhi returned, having led two successful revolutions in South Africa. They were conducted on the lines of Satyagraha, Gandhi’s personal mode of non-violent resistance. Indian Nat…

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