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  <h1 class="text-center">Mahatma Gandhi</h1>
  <h3 class="text-center"><em>The man who dispised violence</em></h3>
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      <p> <h3> Brief timeline of Mahatma Gandhi:</h3></p>
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       <li><strong>1869</strong> - Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is born in Gujarat, India</li>
       <li><strong>1879</strong> - Mohandas Gandhi begins primary school in Rajkat</li>
       <li><strong>1881</strong> - Mahandas Gandhi enters high school in Rajkat</li>
       <li><strong>1883</strong> - Mohandas Gandhi marries Kasturbai Makhanji in an arrange child marriage</li>
         <li><strong>1884</strong> - Mohandas Gandhi enters rebellious adolescent phase, engaging in activities he will soon reject</li>
         <li><strong>1885</strong> - Mohandas Gandhi's father dies at 63</li>
       <li><strong>1888</strong> - Mohandas Gandhi travels to London to train as a barrister</li>
       <li><strong>1891</strong> - Monhandas Gandhi returns to India from London after passing the bar</li>
       <li><strong>1893</strong> - Mohandas Gandhi travels to South Africa to work under a year  long contract with Dada Abdulla & Co., an Indian firm</li>
       <li><strong>1893</strong> - Mohandas Gandhi is ejected from a South Afican train, motivating him to fight for the Indian rights in the British colony</li>
       <li><strong>1894</strong> - Mohandas Gandhi founds the Natal Indian Congress</li>
       <li><strong>1897</strong> - Mohandas Gandhi is nearly lynched by white settlers in Durban upon returning from a brief trip to fetch his family form India</li>
       <li><strong>1899</strong> - Gandhi organizes an Indian ambulance corps to 1100 men during his service in the Boer war</li>
       <li><strong>1906</strong> - Gandhi introduces non-violent protest of satyagraha</li>
       <li><strong>1908</strong> - Gandhi is arrested for the first time for refusing to carry an obligatory id card in South Africa</li>
       <li><strong>1913</strong> - Gandhi begins "Great March" to gain Indian rights in South Africa</li>
       <li><strong>1915</strong> - Gandhi receives hero's welcome upon returning to India from South Africa</li>
       <li><strong>1920</strong> - The Gandhi era of the Independence movement begins with the non-cooperation movement</li>
       <li><strong>1922</strong> - Gandhi is arrested by the british government on charges of inciting violence at Chauri Chaura</li>
       <li><strong>1924</strong> - Gandhi is released form prison serving only two years of a six year sentence following surgery for appendictis</li>
       <li><strong>1930</strong> - Declaration of the Independence of India</li>
       <li><strong>1934</strong> - Gandhi announces retirement from politics to focus on Village Economics</li>
       <li><strong>1948</strong> - Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is assasinated by Nathuram Godse</li>
         <p> "Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth"</p>
        <footer><cite>Albert Einstein</cite></footer>
    <h4 class="text-center">Can't wait to read about Mahatma Gandhi
      <a href="" target="_blank">Wikipedia entry</a></h4>


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