As a 19-year-old, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi had left India for the first time on September 4, 1888, to get enrolled in the centuries-old law institute Inner Temple in London. Having become a barrister, M.K.
In which year did Gandhiji pass his barrister in England?
He passed his Roman law examination in March 1890 and passed the Bar finals in January 1891. Before leaving for London, Gandhi had promised his mother not to eat meat.
What is the name of Gandhiji’s father?
When did he became a barrister?
Mahatma Gandhi sailed for England on 4th September, 1888 to study law and become a barrister. He kept terms at the Inner Temple and after nine months’ intensive study he took all his subjects in one examination which he passed.
What is the longest fast ever?
The longest known fast was in 1971, when a 27-year-old man survived on water and supplements for 382 days and shrank from 456 to 180 pounds. In 1981, Irish republican prisoners refused food for more than two months before dying, but in 2010, a Florida woman on a water-only religious fast died within just 26 days.
What was Gandhi’s Favourite food?
Brown rice was his preferred staple with dal and local vegetables. He drank goat’s milk. Mahatma Gandhi was a great believer of the fact that one should consume seasonal produce and eat raw fruits and vegetables to maximize their nutritional benefits. As a sweetener, he preferred jaggery over refined sugar.