Father of the nation Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi left this world on 30th January, 1948 leaving all his followers. The ultimate Indian leader who fought for the nation and for Indians was assassinated on this day. Gandhi followed the principle of Ahimsa (Non-Violence) with which he won the hearts of all the Indians along with Britishers. In fact, majority of the Britishers described Gandhiji as the symbol of love. Gandhiji studied Barrister course at the University College of London. After studying such a respectable course, one can lead his life luxuriously with good set of name and wealth. But Gandhiji never thought of leading a luxurious life when his fellow Indians were treated as slaves in India. He strongly aspired to bring the feeling of unity among Indians and Gandhiji took the responsibility of fighting against Britishers to grab the freedom. It is not an easy task to lead a huge mob and Gandhiji successfully achieved that with his loving heart and caring responsibility. Finally, he left all his belongings just for the sake of the nation and hence Gandhiji stood as the mark of inspiration for all Indians. Gandhiji succeeded in achieving Independence to India on 15th August, 1947 and left this world on 30th January, 1948. Nathuram Godse who is a Hindu nationalist felt that Gandhiji is sympathetic towards Muslims and hence he shot Gandhiji on 30th January, 1948.
"Born for the nation, lived for the nation, died for the nation" is perfectly apt for the father of the nation Gandhiji.