Author(s): Yalçın KAYALI

Mohandas Karamçand Gandhi became the leader of Indian independence movement by the help of his resistance (ahi?s?); active against badness but including non-violence. Gandhi's meeting with ahi?s? was through Bhagavadg?t?, one of the holy books of the Hindus. Ahi?s? forming the basis of his policy helped India to gain its independence and became a source of inspiration for supporters of citizenship and independence. Indian pacifist, politician and thinker Gandhi, saying “Non-violence is the first article of my faith. It is also the last article of my creed.” was the prominent leader of Indian nationalist independence movement against British imperial rule on between 1919-1948.According to Gandhi, ahi?s? is fundamental law of our existence. This law can be used as a policy which constitutes the starting point for social actions because ahi?s? is in a deep relationship with the truth of human nature and overlaps with the instinctive desire of man’s towards winning peace, justice, order, freedom and personal dignity. On the other hand, Himsa (violence) insults people and corrupts; fighting hatred with hatred and bullying with bullying help to increase the degradation in person


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