One of the world’s most inspiring people that ever lived was Mahatma Gandhi In 1906 when the British declared war against the Zulu Kingdom in Natal; Gandhi encouraged the British to draft Indians.He claimed that Indians should assist the war efforts to legitimize their claims to full citizenship. The British accepted Gandhi’s offer to let a detachment of 20 Indians volunteer as a stretcher-bearer corps to treat wounded British soldiers. Gandhi commanded this corps and operated for less than two months. The experience taught him it was hopeless directly to challenge the overwhelming military power of the British army—he decided it could only be resisted in nonviolent fashion by the pure of heart. In 1910, Gandhi organized a utopian society called ‘Tolstoy Farm’ near Johannesburg, where he sustained his policy of peaceful resistance. In The years after blacks gained the right to vote in South Africa (1994), Gandhi was proclaimed a national hero with numerous monuments. Congress in the 1920s contested to peasants by portraying Gandhi as a variety of Messiah, a fact that succeeded in combining radical forces within the commonality into the nonviolent resistance campaign. In thousands of communities, plays were done that presented Gandhi as the incarnation of earlier Indian nationalist leaders, or even as a demigod. The plays built support among uneducated peasants steeped in conventional Hindu culture. Similar messianic imagery appeared in popular songs and poems, and in Congress-sponsored religious pageants and celebrations. The result was that Gandhi became not only a folk hero but the Congress was widely seen in the villages as his sacred instrument. As a rule, Gandhi was confronted to the notion of partition as it differed his vision of religious unity. Concerning the partition of India to create Pakistan, while the Indian National Congress and Gandhi called for the British to quit India, the Muslim League passed a resolution for them to divide and quit, in 1943.Gandhi suggested an arrangement which required the Congress and Muslim League to co-operate and achieve independence under a provisional government, after that, the question of partition could be resolved by a plebiscite in the districts with a Muslim majority moving away from the issues for now like

When Jinnah moreover for Direct Action, on 16 August 1946, Gandhi was infuriated and individually visited the most riot-prone areas to stop the massacres. He made strong efforts to unite the Indian Hindus, Muslims, and Christians and struggled for the emancipation of the “untouchables” in Hindu society. India’s partition and independence were followed by more than half a million killed in riots as 10–12 million Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims intersected the borders dividing India and Pakistan. Gandhi, having vowed to spend the day of independence fasting and spinning, was in Calcutta on 15 August 1947 where he prayed, confronted rioters and worked with Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy to stop the communal killing. But for his instructions, the efforts of his followers, and his own presence, there maybe could have been much more carnage during the partition, according to leading Norwegian historian, Jens Arup Seip.  Stanley Wolpert has established, the “plan to carve up British India was never approved of or accepted by Gandhi…who realized too late that his closest comrades and disciples. We’re more interested in power than principle, and that the illusion had long clouded his own vision that the struggle he led for India’s independence was a peaceful one.