Non-Violence Resistance in British-India: An Analysis on Gandhi’s Satyagraha Movement

Sheikh Asif Shahareia Mizan

Abstract


Non-violence resistance played a pivotal role in anti-colonial movement. Gandhi’s Satyagraha Movement was making a panic among British ruler because of its inherent force. Gandhi’s philosophy is based on Satyagraha which showed a way to live peacefully protesting against colonial ruler. In Satyagraha, an opponent is an enemy to be destroyed or defeated. He is a person who is to co-exist with the satyagrahi. A Satyagrahi is always ready to discuss the possible solution in a peaceful way. He should always ready to give up his life, rather than take the opponents life. This paper intended to analyze non-violence resistance in British-India in respect of Mahatma Karamchand Gandhi’s Satyagraha.   

Aus. J. Law, Ethics & Gov. Vol 3(1), April 2017, P 27-31


Keywords


Non-violence; Satyagraha Movement; Gandhi and British-India

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