There are few men in history that have accomplished what Gandhi did when he took on one of history's most powerful empires. Gandhi was an Indian man that took on the British Empire's policies of injustice, discrimination, and command without throwing a single punch, firing a single bullet, or in any way using violence as a weapon. The fact that he defeated the British Empire by winning Indian Independence obviously tells us that Gandhi should
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was very disappointed with the way that Indian Hindus and Muslims were fighting each other after they gained Independence. Gandhi died at a time when he wanted to achieve an end to the hostility that the Hindus and Muslims had toward one another. Perhaps the real tragedy of Gandhi's life was that he accomplished what few in history could, but died without knowing his real impact or accepting that he was indeed a 'great' man.