Gandhi's child years were mostly harsh in school. He was kicked by the teacher for not getting an answer right. He was fun of because of his looks. He even failed his own religious Language
THE SALT MARCH
After his harsh childhood, he decided to go to England for law school. He decided to join the Vegetarian Society. Then he succeeded in becoming a British barrister.
After the his acts against the European Government he was sent to jail for 6-7 years. He was mostly arrested for his followers acting violently against the police. He started a "fast" in prison where he won't eat anything for a long period of time.
Gandhi then returned to India and that is when the salt march happened. The salt march is the most important part of Gandhi's history with the European empire. But, most of his followers were killed or arrested. He then, calls off the civil disobedience.
After announcing that he called off the civil disobedience he, was assassinated and died. The assassin was then charged to serve life in prison and was never seen again.