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  • I doubt it

    You see gandhi was a good man , nay he was a great man . But to me he is a male chauvanist who didnt support the dalits and the muslims but made a show of doing so . His thoughts are clear but his actions brought ruin to the country and .Granted us a bloody independence

  • Gandhi taught us a lesson.

    Gandhi gave India independence by his movements. His teachings are still followed by the people of India. He has taught us how to fight against violence. He has been an inspiration for all his followers and the present Indians. India is very proud to call him the 'father of the nation'.

  • Gandhi taught us a lesson.

    Gandhi gave India independence by his movements. His teachings are still followed by the people of India. He has taught us how to fight against violence. He has been an inspiration for all his followers and the present Indians. India is very proud to call him the 'father of the nation'.

  • Gandhi taught us a lesson.

    Gandhi gave India independence by his movements. His teachings are still followed by the people of India. He has taught us how to fight against violence. He has been an inspiration for all his followers and the present Indians. India is very proud to call him the 'father of the nation'.

  • Gandhi taught us a lesson.

    Gandhi gave India independence by his movements. His teachings are still followed by the people of India. He has taught us how to fight against violence. He has been an inspiration for all his followers and the present Indians. India is very proud to call him the 'father of the nation'.

  • Gandhi taught us a lesson.

    Gandhi gave India independence by his movements. His teachings are still followed by the people of India. He has taught us how to fight against violence. He has been an inspiration for all his followers and the present Indians. India is very proud to call him the 'father of the nation'.

  • Gandhi taught us a lesson.

    Gandhi gave India independence by his movements. His teachings are still followed by the people of India. He has taught us how to fight against violence. He has been an inspiration for all his followers and the present Indians. India is very proud to call him the 'father of the nation'.

  • Yes yes yes

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  • Ya Gandhi Ji is still relevant.

    GandhiGandhi ji always used the path of truth and non-violence.
    He sacrificed his own life for the sake of his country.
    Gandhi ji did many movements for the freedom struggle of India such as :-
    1) The salt act.
    2) dandi march.
    3) satyagraha.
    4)bharat chodo andolan.
    5) swadeshi apnao.

  • It is very relevant.

    Gandhi inspires an alternative vision of politics and resistance at a time when oppression is not only getting more overt and physical but also more insidious. His ideology of nonviolence is a good point to start from. It may not succeed, but it opens a world of possibilities and encourages us to think outside the box. His life also illustrates how radical ideas are first dismissed, only to be tested and embraced later. Gandhi demonstrated to a World, weary with wars and continuing destruction that adherence to Truth and Non-violence is not meant for individuals alone but can be applied in global affairs too.Gandhi’s vision for the country and his dreams for the community as a whole still hold good for India. He got the community to assimilate and reflect true values of humanity and to participate in tasks that would promote the greater good. These issues are still relevant to what free India is and represents.The main cause of worry today is intolerance and hatred leading to violence and it is here the values of Gandhi need to be adhered to with more passion. He is relevant not yesterday or today but for ever!

  • I doubt it

    You see gandhi was a good man , nay he was a great man . But to me he is a male chauvanist who didnt support the dalits and the muslims but made a show of doing so . His thoughts are clear but his actions brought ruin to the country and .Granted us a bloody independence

  • No he is not.

    Gandhiji taught us many a things like non-violence,speaking truth,forgive others etc.
    But wont you react negatively if someone slaps you on one of the side of your face .Moreover you will also give him on the other side.
    Now tell me can a businessman survive without speaking lies .
    Can you forgive the ones who are criminals,assassins etc.

  • He is not relevant!!!!!

    Gandhi doesn't seem to be relevant in today's century. A;though no one abhors him but the fact that he found only as the statues where only poor people who don't have a roof over their heads,stay there. When I see him in streets covered with different things that everyone hates,my heart breaks with sorrow. The man who with his idea of non violence,brought freedom to our country India,the man who was so heartbroken with partition of India and Pakistan,is this the condition he should be kept in????? But the reality is that he is like that. Keeping all his andolans and practices aside,if only his personality is looked upon the,his personality weighs more than any other aspect of his life.
    He is not relevant.Go into the streets at night where his statue stands and check it out for yourself........

  • Not at all

    In today's india if we follow the thought what once Gandhi said "if someone slaps you on one cheek show him the other".If we do that now the person who slapped us on the first cheek will slap us on the other one too. This is the new india and not what it used to be when Gandhi was alive

  • Not at all

    As I see yes has a very nice lead, but practically if we see India is not at all non violent today, even if some one accidentally scratch your car, you will not leave him without at least 2-3 slang words and 4-5 punches, we have a very long history of riots.


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