Gandhi had several methods of civil disobedience that they showed in the movie.One example of a non-violent protest was fasting.He fasted when India finally gained their independence, because the Muslims wanted to live in their own country and name it Pakistan.That's not what Gandhi wanted as independence he wanted everyone to get along and except each other, so he fasted at the age of 70 to stop the fighting.Another method of civil disobedience that he used was not paying taxes and protesting it because they were made by the British to grow indigo and pay the British taxes in indigo.When indigo was not a cash crop anymore because England didn't want indigo anymore, because they had a good supply of it, the people in India were forced to pay their taxes in money and many people couldn't because they had no jobs.
When there is a non-violent protest the point the protesters are trying to get across is seen in a non-violent protest than in a violent protest.When violence is used in protest, a threat is seen rather than the point of the protest.In my opinion a non-violent protest is more effective and accomplishes more because there is no threat toward the opposition, because if the opposition felt threatened they would automatically become defensive.
There were some cultural aspects of Indian society that were portrayed in the movie. One difference was in religion between the Hindus and Muslims.The Hindus religion was Hinduism and the Muslims religion was Islamic.The Hindus have three major Gods, the Brahma (Creator), Vishnu (Preserver) Shiva (Destroyer).The Hindus once a year take a pilgrimage to the Ganges River to cleanse themselves.The Muslims believe there is only one God, Allah, and Muhammad is the one true prophet.They fast during the Holy month of Ramadea.
Some political problems India faced while under the British imperialism rule was that Indian people didn't want …


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