The Champaran Satyagraha of 1917 was the first Satyagraha movement in India led by Gandhiji and is regarded as a historically significant rebellion in the Indian independence movement. It was a peasant rebellion that took place in the Champaran district of Bihar, India, during the British colonial period. After this movement, the feeling of independence arose among the Indian people. The Ahmedabad Mill Workers Movement was started by Mahatma Gandhi just after the Champaran Satyagraha in Ahmedabad city of Gujarat. Gandhi believed that the battle can be won even with Satyagraha and this fight also connect Indians to this religion of truth and non-violence. Mahatma Gandhi believed that British rule could be ended by following the path of non-violence. Mahatma Gandhi became very famous in the world due to their non-violence. Because of this, his birth date 2nd October is celebrated as National Non-Violence Day. If you want to purchase the Centenary of Satyagraha the stirring Miniature sheet and Indian Stmaps then visit Philacy.com
2-10-2007 Centenary of Satyagraha the stirring Miniature sheet
Indian Post Office launched a commemorative miniature sheet on the occasion of the centenary of Satyagraha. Satyagraha is a way of life that guides the political activism practised by Satyagrahi followers. On the personal front, it involves a life committed to truth, purity, detachment, and hard work. The Satyagraha movement was started by Mahatma Gandhi in protest against the apartheid policy in South Africa. Mahatma Gandhi followed the path of Satyagraha and achieved success in the apartheid revolution of South Africa and protest against British rule. He had an instinctive belief that it would also be successful in India. Satyagraha started by Mahatma Gandhi is the unique weapon of the world.