Gandhi ashes stolen

According to the BBC report, on October 2nd, the day of the 150th anniversary of Gandhi’s birth, the ashes stored in the Gandhi Memorial Hall were stolen. Not only that, but Gandhi’s photos were also painted with “green lacquer” on the words “traitor”.

On January 30, 1948, Gandhi was assassinated by Hindu fanatics. According to Hindu customs, his body was cremated, but not spread into the river, but was sent to a number of memorials, including the Babu Memorial.

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Mohandas Karamchangde Gandhi
Respected as “Mahatma Gandhi” (Mahatma Gandhi), leader of the Indian National Liberation Movement and leader of the Indian National Congress.

Mohandas Karamchangde Gandhi was born into a Hindu family, and his father was the prime minister of the local Tuban. Gandhi went to the UK to study law when he was 19 years old. In 1893, Gandhi came to South Africa under British rule, leading South African Indians to fight for rights. He combined the Hindu benevolence, vegetarianism, and non-killing ideas with the benevolence thoughts in the Bible and the Qur’an, and absorbed the essence of the thoughts of Solon and Tolstoy, and gradually formed non-violence. Cooperation theory.

In 1915, Gandhi returned to India and soon became the actual leader of the Congress Party, making “non-violence and non-cooperation” the guiding ideology of the Congress Party and starting to run for India’s independence. After World War II, India split into two countries, India and Pakistan. In the face of the conflict between the two countries, Gandhi, which has an important influence on both sides, has repeatedly used hunger strikes to influence them and call for unity. On January 30, 1948, Gandhi was assassinated by Hindu patriarchs.

Gandhi is the founding father of India and the modern political doctrine that advocates non-violent resistance – the founder of Gandhism. His spiritual thoughts led the country to independence and to break away from British colonial rule. His “non-violent” philosophical ideas have influenced nationalists around the world and an international movement for peaceful change.