Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, born in Porbandar and educated in law at University College, London, lead the successful nonviolent resistance campaign for India's independence from British Rule. An international symbol of a free India, he spearheaded the movement for nationhood. He famously lead the Salt March to Dandi with the declared intention of breaking the salt laws.

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