Satyagraha (civil disobedience) Gandhi's belief in a non-violent march for liberation was a key factor in creating the Indian State free of foreign occupation. His determination of patience and peace approach eventually subdued the deterrence force from creating chaos and other mishaps that usually occurs in other forms of anti movements. The historical event widely known as Satyagraha; Gandhi had coined proved to be more conducive to nonviolent results. The term Satyagraha derived from two-letter word truth and firmness, which shaped the whole resistance against the British colonial force in India, forcing them out of the Indian soil stunned the world in the history of revolution. In past no country has ever succeeded in applying such steadfast approach towards liberation, instead violent measures that resulted into deaths and destruction remained a grim fact in their history. Gandhi spoke for the rights of people in disobeying the law that were cruel and unjust, this is where he practiced civil disobedience and he therefore advocated for the justification of the cause. The acts of civil disobedience widely got attention of many people fighting against their one enemy, and many found that the non violent measure was even more effective in bringing about changes rather than committing violence which at the time couldn't make any progress in defeating the mighty enemy force. The strong enemy, which had a huge military presence, was able to sustain all sorts of uprising but was less effective in quelling the mass stubbornness. Gandhi was at the end of his leadership able to free his country ……. What can be derived from such passive resistance practiced by Gandhi and his followers, is that the acts of civil disobedience can be a very effective tool if it admits of no violence. Thus creating a generous atmosphere of making your opinion heard...
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