Where did Gandhi develop the practice passive resistance?
Satyagraha, or passive resistance, was developed and expanded on by Gandhi as an alternative to the type of passive resistance discussed by Thoreau in â??On Civil Disobedienceâ??. He believed his version stressed love and a lifestyle that incorporated mind, body and spirit.
Gandhi was born in Porbandar in Gujurat in India. but Where did Gandhi first practice non-violence resistance?
Sri Aurobindo wrote The Doctrine of Passive Resistance as a series of articles first appearing in the Indian daily Bande Mataram under the general title of New Thought from April 11 to April 23, 1907. It was brought out in 1948 in book form and named The Doctrine of Passive Resistance. This was not written by Gandhi.