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Q: Which Indian leader advocated a peaceful attempt at independence?
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The Indian leader that advocated a peaceful attempt at independence was?

gahndi


The Indian leader that advocated a violent attempt at independence was?

Bose


The Indian leader that advocated a violent attempt at independence was who?

Subhas Chandra Bose advocated a violent attempt at independence from British forces in the 1930's. This rebellion in India happened right before World War 2.


Who championed Indian independence and advocated nonviolence?

Mohandas karamchand Gandhi


What was the strategy of the Indian independence movement?

Mahatma Gandhi used peaceful protests.


How did Gandhi encouraged Indian people to gain independence?

He urged peaceful resistance against british authorities.


What is Gandhi known for?

Priyanka (Gandhi) Vadra is an Indian politician. She is currently the president of the Indian National Congress, and Chairperson of the ruling United Progressive Alliance. She is known for her extrordinary jump to fame and power.


How did the Mohandas Gandhi encouraged the Indian people to gain independence?

He urged peaceful resistance against british authorities.


How did Mohandas Gandhi encouraged Indian people to gain independence?

He urged peaceful resistance against british authorities.


How did Gandhi's beliefs help to guide the Indian independence movement?

I think gandhi wants to help Indian and fight peaceful because British rule Indian country and this is your answer I think


Who was the Indian who fought against British rule using peaceful methods?

Ghandi was the pre-eminent political and spiritual leader of India during the Indian independence movement.


Which of the following did not contribute to the Indian Wars?

A Century of Dishonor advocated expansion of Indian reservations.