What was some of Mohandas Gandhi's personal traits?
Gandhi's Character Traits 1. Ambitious- Gandhi always had something planned, no matter what event or activity was planned. For example, he decided to lead the salt march within about four seconds. He wanted to show the British that Indians were capable of providing for themselves without their aid. 2. Thoughtful- He was almost always thinking about something. Sometimes it was about other people, and sometimes it was about a plan. Each time he made a preparation, he thought quickly, but hard.
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you have to be smart with who u are dealing with and be respocible at all times
Answer . I guess it is the same as all over the world, every person is different. But they say the Dutch are very direct, stubborn, open to different cultures but very private at the same time.. _____________________________________________________________________________________. The dutch ten…d to be quite intelligent too, and are known to be quite artistic (music, painting etc) in general. (MORE)
Gandhi's beliefs are Hindu, which are mostly about non-violence, not to be predigest or take discrimination from anyone. He believed in truth and equality. He promoted non-violence and refused to make the British get out of India by hurting them. He wanted them to leave peacefully even though they t…reated Indians like crap. (MORE)
A personality trait is anything internal, such as the way you speakor walk, or your likes and dislikes.
Mahandas Gandhi had studied law and was taken advantage of byBritish control when he began his profession. As a result, hebecame outspoken for establishing equal rights through non violentmethods.
1891 June - After attending Inner Temple Law School in the United Kingdom, Gandhi passes the bar exam and becomes a lawyer. Unknown to him at the time, his mother has passed away while he is at school.. 1893 - Gandhi is thrown off of a train in South Africa for refusing to move from his First Cla…ss seat to Third Class (even though he held a valid First Class ticket). Such discrimination against Indians was common practice and this personal experience gives Gandhi resolve to fight racial discrimination.. 1894 - Gandhi founds the Natal Indian Congress to oppose a bill denying Indians the right to vote in South Africa. Although the bill passes, Gandhi successfully focuses a broad range of public attention on injustices against Indians even as far away as India and the UK.. 1897 January - Landing in Durban Harbor, South Africa, Gandhi is beaten up by a mob of white settlers. His life is saved when the wife of the Durban Police Chief stands between Gandhi and his attackers. Because of media attention to the event, the colonial government is forced to arrest members of the mob but Gandhi refuses to press charges. Gandhi gains increased public admiration and support. His attackers offer a public apology.. 1906 - The South African colonial government enacts the "Asian Population Registration Act" where all residents of Asian countries, including India, had to register their name, age, address, job, and other personal information and carry a card with their finger prints. Gandhi develops his principals of non-violent protest "satyagraha" (devotion to the truth or "soul force").. 1908 August - Gandhi and 2,000 fellow Indians in Johannesburg burn their registration cards in protest. Even as Gandhi and other leaders are repeatedly arrested over 6 years of protest, non-violent rallies continue to grow in size.. 1914 - The Asian Population Registration Act is abolished.. 1919 - The British Government passes the Rowlatt Act which gives authority and power to arrest people and keep them in prisons without any trial if they are suspected with the charge of terrorism. The Indian National Congress starts the Hartal Movement where thousands of Indians stop working and stop selling and buying British goods in protest. Unfortunately, violent riots also occur. At Amritsar, 379 Indians are killed and 1,000 are seriously injured.. 1920 - Gandhi gets people to more intently boycott British products and encourages people to start making their own clothes rather than buying British clothing.. 1930 - The British retaliate by passing the Salt Act which makes it illegal for Indians to make their own salt, punishable by at least three years in jail. On March 12th, Gandhi (now 61 years old) travels 320 km (200 miles) on foot for 24 days to Dandi to make his own salt. Others follow. Gandhi is again imprisoned.. 1942 - Gandhi launches the Quit India campaign declaring India's independence from British rule. Gandhi is imprisoned.. 1943 - The 73 year old Gandhi starts a hunger strike that lasts for 21 days.. 1944 - Fearful that Gandhi would die in prison due to failing health and become a martyr, he and other leaders are released.. 1946 March - India becomes an independent nation.. 1947 - Tensions between Hindu and Muslim factions resurface and escalate into violence. India is divided into Pakistan and India. The lasting effects of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947 still affects the geopolitics of this region.. 1948 January 12 - Attempting to promote peace and asking that homes be restored to Muslims, payment to Pakistan be made (per an agreement made before the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947), and fighting cease, Gandhi (now 77 years old) starts another fast. Five days into the fast, India makes payment to Pakistan and Hindu, Muslim and Sikh community leaders agree to renounce violence and call for peace.. 1948 January 30 - Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is killed by a member of a Hindu organization angered by Gandhi's peacemaking efforts. Gandhi was shot on his way to evening prayers. His memory and teachings live on in the non-violent peace movements of today.. (MORE)
His goal was to improve immigrant Indians and Hindus rights and to bring freedom to India in a nonviolent way.
Poseidon was usually angry, and sometimes he could be quite nice, but he was also greedy, moody, cruel, and violent.
The notion of 'personality traits' for nationalities, and also the idea of 'national character' is dangerous; it's also false and misleading, and it can spill over into racism. Germans are as varied and mixed a group of people as any other. (I spent a year working in Germany and have visited the cou…ntry about 50 times, so I have quite a lot of experience of the country). During and after World War 2 all kinds of very unpleasant characteristics were ascribed to 'the Germans'. However, the Germans themselves have traditionally seen Germany as 'the country of poets and thinkers' ( das Land der Dichter und Denker ). I think people tend to pick out things that are fashionable at the time ... After all, the implied comparison with an individual with an unchanging personality is a clumsy analogy. 11/03/09- This is a valid question. In fact, it's part of an oral presentation in my dialects class. I was asked to research and present personality traits of German people. Noting differences is not racist. In fact, in this class we are embracing our differences. We had an Irish gentleman come and speak to our class about cultural and social differences as well as his own observations about American people vs. Irish people. Some people desperately need to be offended and I believe the answer that was given above is not very useful. -researcher in need Reply " ... Some people desperately need to be offended". The fact that the topic has been set for a presentation doesn't make it respectable. Most of the characteristics ascribed to nationalities and speakers of dialecs are just a load of mythology. ____ all of the above answers just demonstrate the absolute sheep mentality of people these days...criticising everything related to nationality under the guise of 'it's racism' just reflects an inability to analyse whilst separating emotion from intellectual enquiry. find another 'cause to fight'...there are cultural differences, some good, some bad, and to pretend that there are not just because you want to be fashionable is purely ignorant. ____ The question is about 'personality traits', not cultural differences. There's a big difference. To the person who wrote the last answer I'd say this: before telling other people on this site that they have a 'sheep mentality', that they 'just [...] want to be fashionable' and that they are fighting some cause read carefully what they have written. (MORE)
Mohandas Gandhi's wife died when their son was 17,after being bedridden with illness for two years And there's ur answer No need to thank me...
Polish people are generally shorter than others. They are kinder and nicer as well. They conserve their money very well and only spend when absolutely necessary. Generally, they like to invite people over to show the items in their houses or show that they can invite guests over and afford to feed …them. Sources: A true Polish female with a Polish Heritage. And I've been to Poland before. (MORE)
He stole gold once. He kept on getting nagged by his conscience He told his dad ,expecting to be punished . But his dad forgave him. this made Mohandas Gandhi Change.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi . Did you know: Ghandi was born in Porbandar, India in 1869.
Â· He is a greedy god who is greatly concerned with increasing his subjects. Â· More than any of the Greek gods, Hades seemed to respect women and was willing to participate in a marriage of equals, sharing his decision-making powers with his wife
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He was courageous, and he liked everyone. He believed in godlikewise a Hindu and he helped a lot of people. Gandhi was self-made man, he was stubborn by birth and was a man ofprinciples. He wouldn't give a blow, instead, he was ready to amillion blows for his country. He was not a person with grea…tphysical personality but he sure scared the British. (MORE)
These were some of gandhiji's associates in India: . Alexander, Horace Amrit Kaur, Rajkumari Amtusallam Andrews, C. F. Ansari, M. A. Azad, Abdul Kalam Bajaj, Jamnalal Bankar, Shankerlal Bhave, Vinoba Birla, G. D. Bose, Subhash Chandra Chandiwala, Brijk…rishna Chowdhrani, Sarladevi Das, C. R Desai, Bhulabhai Desai, Mahadev Desai, Valji Gandhi, Narandas Gokhale, Avantikabai Harrison, Agatha Hingorani, Anand Iyengar, Kasturi Ranga Jayramdas, Daulatram Jaju, Shrikrishnadas Jaykar, M. R. Joshi, Chhaganlal Kalelkar, Dattatreya B. Kantak Premaben Khan, Abdul Gaffar Khan (Badshah Khan) Kripalani, J. B. Kumarappa, J. C. Lajpatrai, Lala Lester, Muriel Malaviya, Madan Mohan Mashruwala, Kishorelal Mavlankar, G. V. . Mehta, Pherozshah Mehta, Dr. Prajivandas J. Mehta, Rajchandra R. Menon, (nee Faering), Easther Mirabehn (Madeleine Slade) Morarji, Shantikumar Munshi, K. M. Naidu, Sarojini Naoroji, Dadabhai Narayan, Jayaprakash Nayyar, Shushila Nehru, Jawaharlal Nehru, Motilal Parchure, Shastri Parekh, Narhari Patel, Maniben Patel, Vallabhbhai Pattani, Prabhashanker Prabhavati Prasad, Rajendra Pyarelal Rajgopalachari, C. Rolland, Romain Sapru, Tej Bahadur Sarabhai, Ambalal Sarabhai, Ansuyabehn Sarabhai, Mridula Shastri, V. S. Shrinivas Sitaramayya, B. Pittabhi Dr. Spiegel, Margarete (Amla) Swami Anand Tagore, Rabindranath Thakker, Amritlal V. Tilak, B. G. Tyabji, Abbas Tyabji, Raihana Zakir, Hussain . (MORE)
Gandhi wanted everyone to be treated equally,\n. \nNon violence,\n . \nHe also said love thy neighbour as thyself (treat others how you wish to be treated.)\n . \n he wanted to free the world!worldwide freedom!ya! go him!
He was short, highly controversial and extremely cruel. He was classed as a primitive man who was cautious and slow-moving in both his political life and writing style. However, he was a fierce debater and clever public speaker. He had an amazing ability to absorb detailed knowledge.. He was always… lonely too - his first wife died (Ekaterina Svanidze) of tuberculosis, his second wife (Nadezhda Alleluyeva) killed herself in 1932. Apparently due to Stalin's dictatorial rule of the party. His only child (Jacob) from his first marriage fell into German's hands in the WW2, he was killed later. The two children from his second marriage out-lived Stalin but their relationship was never stable. Vasili was an Officer in the Soviet airforce - he drank himself to death in 1962. His daughter (Svetlana) fled to the United States in the 1960's. (MORE)
gandhi was an outstanding social reformer. he fought the evils of communalism and un touchability.
He was a simple man and only ate vegetation. He did eat meat in his childhood but he hated himself throughout his life for it. His fav foods was aloo dum, which is an Indian food with potatoes and curry and peas.
Abrasive, abrupt, abusive,adventurous, affectionate, aggravating, aggressive, agreeable,aloof, ambitious, amorous, angelic, annoying, antagonistic,appreciative, articulate, artistic and authoritative arepersonality traits. They begin with the letter a.
Yes he was really a very nice person who fought only for freedom and was never intrested in any richness or becoming a Prime Minister which he could have got very easily. Everyone should respect and follow his principles in day to day life even though they are difficult.....Hats off to such a great …leader.....May he lives in the memories forever.. (MORE)
He was raised a Hindu but he also said " I am also a Christian, a Muslim, a Buddhist and a Jew." He was critical of all religions, too--he opposed the caste system which is part of Hinduism and about Christianity, he said, "I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians."
Born October 2 1869 at Porbandar,India . Died January 30, 1948 (aged 78) On 30 January 1948, Gandhi was shot and killed while having his nightly public walk on the grounds of the Birla Bhavan
Kasturba Gandhi . Kasthurba Gandhi . kasthurba Gandhi's wife was named Kasturbai Makhanji. They were married when he was 13 and she was 14 years old. Kasturba \nKasturbai Makhanji . She was Kasturba Gandhi.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is perhaps the most well known name ofIndian freedom struggle. Gandhi based his political, religious andsocial beliefs on non-violence. He preached perseverance andrestraint as virtues for attainment of political goals and shunneduse of violence. His philosophy also result…ed in severe oppositionamong nationalist circles. (MORE)
he got Indian independence from the british empire and inspired his fellow Indians to get their independence they deserve.
Faith changed Mohandas Gandhi's life in an intrinsic way. It gavehim the inner strength needed to preserve and win freedom for Indiain a nonviolent way.
His greatest achievement was that he took part in nationalist movement and made his nation free on the basis of non violence.
Superficial, shallow, think way too much of what other people think of them, promiscuous, VERY BIPOLAR PERSONALITY! Although... They are warm, passionate, playful, great with kids, loyal to friends and family and a very healthy sex drive (great in bed) ;) obviously this it stereotyping but I've came… to this conclusion from dating a lot of Italian women. :) (MORE)
It depends on the girl I see them as different types there are: Hot girls that are skinny and sporty. Ugly girls that are probably dumb as well and hang in the gay group. Smart girls that may also be hot. Loner girls. Girls that hang with guys because they find it hanging out with g…irls too wierd. The teachers pets. And the girls that are the top 5 you dream about hanging with that are perfect in every way. They have that ausome smile and hang with there group of cool girls that wear make up and stuff and giggle all the time. (MORE)
well since the massacre and stuff, it was a good family, however he did beat up his wife, and their marriage was shaky. Edit: Well if as a child he had to do chores and actually at age 13 got married and actually told his wife who was 12 when they were married when she would be allowed to see her …friends but she kind of ignored him and just saw her friends anyway and when he was a teenager he tried telling his wife what to do but she simply ignored him since she was slightly stronger. (MORE)
- sad - sullen - sarcastic - sassy - stupid - shameless - sour - snide - sweet - sporty - sadistic - self-centered - self-righteous - self-absorbed - selfless
Anne had so much confidence in herself that she never gave up in anything she was doing and she believed in herself. She stayed with Helen till the day she passed away.
He had a vision of what India could be and based it in the culture of the people.
He was a shy man who didn't want much info about himself spread. Was kept to himself
be the change you wish to see in the world is one of Gandhi's favorite quotes
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Hebe, Greek goddess of youth, seemed a helper of other Olympian gods and goddesses: notably her mother Hera, goddess of marriage and women, Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty - and Ares god of war and men.
some of shirley temple blacks personallity traits cxame from her singing and dancing on the set of her movies. you can tell that shes so alive from her great golden curls the energy she puts into dncing and her wonderful smile.
Gandhi introduced non violent protests to India and to the rest of the world. He gained many followers through his teachings and techniques. From that, he got lots of support in non violent protesting helping gain independence. .
Hrothgar the king and ruler of the great spear-danes, has many given traits. One of them is that he is bipolar. He constantly roams back and forth between rooms on a canoe of whom many do not fear. In addition, his lack of entitlement to the spear-danes is greatly dishonored and is feared as a propr…ietorial doctorate. As University of Toronto would say, please open the gangnam style. (MORE)
He was generally known as a cold, icy person, very strict with military traits and offensive to his opponents.
He is a very shy and scared Child. He has no place to call home.How would you feel... think about that then you will have youranswer.
Those who have number 4 birthdays have a Gryphon personality because they possess a genuine gift for being prepared, punctual, and planning ahead. They tend to be somewhat cautious people, who usually are not the ones to act first and think later; and generally remain cool under fire, being careful …not to sweat the small stuff, or to let others see them sweat at all, for that matter. Gryphons are mostly thought of as hardworking, but it doesn't seem like hard work to them, because they are tenacious people who desire above all else to be stable and secure. As a rule, Gryphons don't like surprises and need to know where their next meal is coming from, and know they have a place to lay their heads. For these reasons, many Gryphons work hard to create the order and structure they need in their life, so they may rest easy. As an added benefit to their need for stability and willingness to work hard for it, Gryphon people tend to be well rewarded in life, some of whom are among the wealthiest people in the world because of their stamina and practicality. Gryphon people tend to be drawn to law, and other related fields due to their tendency to be very disciplined individuals with an innate ability to plan, regulate, and enact order; as well as to become founders of long-lasting establishments. (MORE)
Gandhi had 4 sons: Harilal, Manilal, Ramdas, and Devdas. The last living son, Ramdas, died in 1969 at the age of 73. His brothers died between 1948 and 1957. Gandhi had a fifth child who died as an infant. There were 13 grandchildren born.
They love to make good first impressions. They don't like to be rushed. Often weighs pros and cons before making a decision. Talkative. Very good at solving conflicts. Loveable, kind, sweet, considerate of others, social. Doesn't like rudeness or selfishness. Witty humor and laughs often.
The most common traits of an outgoing personality are the ability and genuine need to have and get along with a large, diverse group of people. The enjoyment of being the center of attention, and the ease with which one can 'strike up' a conversation with anyone, even complete strangers.