“If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him. 

Mahatma Gandhi, by name of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, (born October 2, 1869), Porbandar, Gujarat, India

Indian lawyer, politician, social activist, and author. As a result, he came to be known as the father of his country.

Albert Einstein was one of Gandhi's most ardent supporters, seeing in Gandhi's nonviolence a possible antidote to the massive violence unleashed by atomic fission.

Gandhi is internationally esteemed for his doctrine of nonviolent protest (satyagraha) to achieve political and social progress.

His father—Karamchand Gandhi, was the dewan (chief minister) of Porbandar, the capital of a small principality in western India

Putlibai, Gandhi's mother, was completely absorbed in religion and wore herself out in days and nights of nursing whenever the family was sick.

Gandhi passed his matriculation exams at the University of Bombay and joined Samaldas College in Bhavnagar.

On 30 January 1948 by the Hindu fanatic Nathuram, Godse armed with a pistol About 5pm in the afternoon, the 78-year-old Gandhi shot him three times at stomach and chest.