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7 principles of Mahatama Gandhi, he never compromised with

1. Truth
Gandhiji was a great advocate of truth, he considered truth to be God. Once Viceroy Lord Curzen had said that the idea of ​​truth came from Europe in India. Gandhiji was very upset on this and he wrote to Viceroy, “Your mind is wrong. In India, the reputation of truth is coming from very ancient times. True is considered the form of God. ”

 

“Truth is the universal principle for me. I try to establish truth in word and thought. The ultimate truth is divine. God has manifested in many forms in the world. I am surprised and amazed by seeing it. I worship God as truth. I can sacrifice my favorite thing in search of truth. ”

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2. Nonviolence
Gandhiji has taken a very small view on non-violence. He writes, “The definition of non-violence is very difficult. Such work is violence or non-violence has raised this question many times in my mind. I understand that non-violence is not to hurt anyone with heart, word and body. But to execute it, it is impossible for the flesh.

Many micro-organisms are killed in breathing. The lifespan of the eye, lifting the eyelids, the bodies sitting on the eyelids die. snake. Do not kill scorpions, but they have to be caught and thrown away. This also causes them to suffer a lot. Whatever I eat, whatever clothes I wear, if I save them, those who need me more, they can work for those poor. Due to my selfishness, they do not get these things. That’s why my use has a little violence against poor neighbor. The vegetation that I eat of my living is caused by violence of vegetation. There is only violence in killing, knocking and scolding children. Wrath is also subtle violence.

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3. Brahmacharya
The one who keeps the senses from mind, word and body, is very brave. The mind whose disorders are not destroyed can not be called complete brahmacharya. Vignan bhaav should not be awakened even with mind, word. Those who practice brahmacharya should keep the restraint of food and drink. They should quit the taste of the tongue and stay away from makeup and makeup. Brahmacharya is easy for the paramedic people.

 

4. Asty (not stealing)
This is one of five vows. The other thing is stealing without the permission of the other. It is also theft to take it in other work except for the work that we have received, or to take it for longer periods of time, for the time being received. Whatever the person takes as much as he needs is theft. Astaya and Apirigrah are the conditions of the mind. It is difficult for everyone to follow it so closely. But as human beings decrease the needs of their body, in the same way, the depth of unseen and unconscious will reach.

5. Apathy
The way stealing is sinful is the sin of collecting more things than it is. Therefore, it is inappropriate to collect more than necessary food items, clothes and table, chair etc. For example, if your work goes the other way, it is useless to have a chair.

6. Prayers
Mahatma ji had immense faith in prayer. From the time he lived in South Africa, he started public prayer. The basic meaning of prayer is to ask for it. But Gandhiji used to mean prayer, prayer, praise, devotion, satsang, spiritualism and self-purification. English poet Tennyson has written, “With prayer everything becomes possible, whose world can not be imagined.” Gandhiji also had some such belief.

Nobody has seen God. He has to experience us in the heart, that is why we should pray. Gandhiji believed in truth as God. They used to denote Truth as divine, which was only from the beginning in the world, is now and will be in the future. Praying is the prayer. In prayer, wishing to be truthful with truth should be kept. In the same way as it becomes distraught to be blissful in our subjects, so should we also be disturbed for being a juice in the absolute truth. There should be distraction in prayer.

7. Health
Mahatma ji, worried about lifelong health and also supported various kinds of concerns for him. They were anti-drugs. He read the books of Kune’s water treatment, the nature of the addict, and vegetarianism of salt etc. and followed the rules stated in it.

So friends were these 7 major principles of Gandhiji. Apart from this, you can read about Gandhiji’s many principles he used to follow.

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