Best words about independence by Mahatma Gandhi

Read here about Independence and it’s meaning as per Mahatma Gandhi. In these below quotes he has explained fully about Independence.

Mahatma Gandhi Independence Quotes

“I want for India’s complete independence in the full English sense of that English term.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Independence means voluntary restraints and discipline, voluntary acceptance of the rule of law.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Independence of my conception means nothing less than the realization of the “Kingdom of God” within you and on this earth.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Complete independence does not mean arrogant isolation or a superior disdain for all help.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“When real independence comes to India, the Congress and the League will be nowhere unless they represent the real opinion of the country.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“The fire of independence is burning just as bright in my breast as in the fieriest breast in this country, but ways and methods differ.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Personally I crave not for ‘independence’, which I do not understand, but I long for freedom from the English yoke.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“We cannot have real independence unless the people banish the touch-me-not spirit from their hearts.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“We must learn to be self–reliant and independent of schools, courts, protection, and patronage of a Government we seek to end if it will not mend.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“If it is man’s privilege to be independent, it is equally his duty to be interdependent.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Only an arrogant man will claim to be independent, it is equally his duty to be inter-dependent.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Civil disobedience can never be in general terms, such as for independence.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Swaraj means, even under dominion status, the capacity to declare independence at will.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Mass civil disobedience was for the attainment of independence.” – Mahatma Gandhi

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