Where there is love there is life.
A very good morning to Mr. Ron and my fellow classmates. Today I’m going to talk about a very famous quote by mahatma Gandhi which is where there is love there is life but before getting into details of the quote I would first like to talk about the background of mahatma Gandhi.
Mahatma Gandhi was the leader of the Indian nationalist movement against British rule, and is widely considered the father of his country. His doctrine of non-violent protest to achieve political and social progress has been hugely influential.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2 October 1869 . in 1893 he accepted a job at an Indian law firm in Durban, South Africa and was appalled by the treatment of Indian immigrants there, and joined the struggle to obtain basic rights for them. Gandhi then developed the satyagraha ('devotion to truth'), a new non-violent way to redress wrongs.
In 1919, British plans to intern people suspected of sedition - the Rowlatt Acts - prompted Gandhi to announce a new satyagraha which attracted millions of followers. By 1920, Gandhi was a dominant figure in Indian politics. He transformed the Indian National Congress, and his programme of peaceful non-cooperation with the British included boycotts of British goods and institutions, leading to arrests of thousands.
In 1922, Gandhi himself was sentenced to six years' imprisonment. He was released after two years and withdrew from politics, devoting himself to trying to improve Hindu-Muslim relations,
In 1945, the British government began negotiations which culminated in the Mountbatten Plan of June 1947, and the formation of the two new independent states of India and Pakistan, divided along religious lines. Massive inter-communal violence marred the months before and after independence. Gandhi was opposed to partition, and now fasted in an attempt to bring calm in Calcutta and Delhi. On 30 January 1948, he was...