Originally Posted by drkpp
Hey can you translate the following in sanskrit?
Mahatma (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Gandhi's birth name) (October 2, 1869 - January 30 1948) in the 20th century during India's freedom movement for the major political and spiritual leader. The Indian National Congress (1925-1934) Chairman, he never held public office.
As a lawyer in South Africa soon after the civil rights movements, Gandhi returned to India in 1914, where he became prominent in opposition to British rule and was imprisoned again and again. By 1942, as India's independence drew near, he opposed the partition of the subcontinent despite cooperated with Britain. In political terms Gandhi's main achievement in a mass movement, small, upper middle class was the turn of the Indian National Congress movement. His vision focused intellectual truth and non - (violence, violence in the struggle against evil) was on the force. His acceptance of partition and concern over treatment of Muslims in India made enemies among extremist Hindus. One such, Nathuram Godse, assassinated him in Delhi in 1948.
Widely revered before and after his death, he (Mahatma Sanskrit, 'Great Soul' was known as). He also "had been known as the father of the nation and" dada "() father. "Gandhi Jayanti" Every year his birthday a national holiday in India, is celebrated on October 2. In 2007, October 2 United Nations General Assembly declared as Non-Violence Day.
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