The Great Trial of Mohandas K.GandhiJournal: SCHOLARLY RESEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (Vol.2, No. 12)
Publication Date: 2014-07-01
Authors : Harmik Vaishnav;
Page : 1485-1489
Keywords : Gandhi’ ‘Law’; ‘Speech’; ‘Oratory’; ‘Humanity’; ‘Language’; ‘Morality’; ‘Great Trial’;
The famous speech delivered by Mohandas K. Gandhi, the father of the nation on March 23, 1922 in the court defending his beliefs is a historical speech from the context of the study of freedom movement of India, law and leadership. The speech is a classic study rather a microcosm of the vision, strategy and thought process that led to the birth of a nation and it tells about the brain behind it which was one of the most visionary and opulent brains. The article strives to study deliberate upon the mettle behind one of the greatest humans and leader the world has seen: his in-depth insight into human psychology, civilization, economics, machinery of justice and political influence which ultimately envisioned the making of a great nation. It also throws light on the aspect or moral courage, obedience to morality than law and the ultimate target of law: to uphold morality and goodness for the masses. The article also deliberates on how The Father of the Nation He truly built the soul and structure of a nation which would take rapid strides and the strides would be firmer and the progress sustainable if his ideals are put into practice wherever possible and at as many fronts as possible.
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