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Top 100 GK (General Knowledge) questions on Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation, and one of the most revered leaders not just in India, but the world over.

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Q) Gandhi ji’s full name?
Answer: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Q) Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on which date?
Answer: 1869, and can you guess the day? (Oct 2, which is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti in India)

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Q) Where was Gandhiji born?
Answer: Porbandar (Gujarat)
Porbandar is also the birthplace of Sudama.

Q) Gandhi’s Mother’s name?
Answer: Putlibai
If you have seen Lage Raho Munna Bhai, you will know this answer

Q) Gandhi’s Father’s name?
Answer: Karamchand

Q) How many children did Putlibai have?
Answer: One daughter and three sons

Q) What was the name of Gandhiji’s sister?
Answer: Raliat

Q) What was the profession of Gandhiji’s father?
Answer: Diwan

Karamchand Gandhi, also known as Kaba Gandhi, was a political figure in Porbandar. He served as Diwan of Porbandar, Rajkot, and Wankaner.

Q) What was the name of Gandhi’s domestic help?
Answer: Rambha dai

Q) What was Gandhiji’s nickname in childhood?
Answer: Manu or Moniya

Q) Who inspired Gandhi with ‘Ram Nam’ in his childhood?
Answer: Rambha Dai

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Q) Where did Gandhiji receive his primary education?
Answer: Rajkot

Gandhi received his primary education in Porbandar and Rajkot (till twelfth year).

Gandhi was good in English, okay in arithmetic, weak in geography, and had bad handwriting. But he was an obedient and sincere student as reported here.

Q) Which spelling did Gandhiji spell wrong as a child when the school inspector gave dictation to the class?
Answer: Kettle

Q) How old was Gandhi when he got married to Kasturbai?
Answer: 13 years
14-year old Kasturba Kapadia married 13-year old Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in a traditional marriage.

It was an arranged marriage, and Gandhi had been engaged to Kasturba since he was seven.

Q) Who was Gandhiji’s youngest child
Answer: Devdas

Q) Who was Gandhiji’s eldest child
Answer: Harilal

Q) Who asked Gandhiji to eat meat in order to become strong?
Answer: Sheikh Mehtab

Gandhi was born into a Vaishnav family who did not eat non-vegetarian (meat and eggs). He did eat meat as a child after his friend Sheikh Mehtab convinced him that he needs to eat meat in order to become strong. Gandhi even tried smoking in his company. But soon, his guilt made him give up meat and smoking completely.

Q) Gandhiji confessed in a letter that he stole money for smoking, asked for adequate punishment, and and promised never to steal again in future. To whom was this letter addressed?
Answer: Father
His father tore the paper and didn’t utter a word, neither did he punish Gandhi

Q) How old was Gandhiji when his father died?
Answer: 16 years

Q) How old was Gandhi when he went to London to become a barrister?
Answer: 19 years

Q) In which year did Gandhiji pass his matriculation in England?
Answer: 1890

Q) What were the vows taken up by Gandhiji before he left for England?
Answer: Not to take alcohol, Not to eat meat, Not to eye other women

In London, Gandhi took lessons in dancing and music for a short time because he thought they were necessary to be considered a gentleman. He reads books on simple living and religious literature and is deeply impressed by the Gita.

Q) Which institution did Gandhi join as a member during his stay in England?
Answer: Vegetarian Society

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Q) Which book influenced Gandhi greatly, which he read in England?
Answer: Plea for Vegetarianism

Q) To become a barrister in England, one had to join one of the Inns of Court. After obtaining admission, Gandhiji joined the Inner Temple on which date?
Answer: November 6, 1888

Q) To represent which company’s case did Gandhi go to Durban’ South Africa in 1893?
Answer: Dada’ Abdulla & Co.

After coming back from England, Gandhi struggled for over a year to get a case; he struggled with the legal practice in Rajkot and Bombay. Later, he left for South Africa, being after engaged by a Muslim firm for legal work.

Q) Which province in South African had the most number of India emigrants, when Gandhi arrived in South Africa?
Answer: Natal

Q) While holding a first-class ticket on his journey to Pretoria, Gandhi was ordered by a railway official to shift to the van compartment. On his refusal to comply, a constable pushed Gandhi out of the train with bag and baggage. Name the railway station where this incident took place.
Answer: Maritzburg (Pietermaritzburg) in South Africa

Q) After winning the law suit he was representing in South Africa’ Gandhi decided to return to India. But some one placed a copy of a journal in his luggage at his farewell party. Reading it’ Gandhi dropped the idea and stayed back to work for the Indian community in South Africa. Name the journal.
Answer: Natal Mercury

Q) On Gandhi’s suggestion’ which organization was formed in 1894 by the Indian community in South Africa?
Answer: Natal Indian Congress

Q) Who in South Africa gave Gandhi ‘Unto This Last’ to read which proved to be one of the most decisive books of his life?
Answer: H S L Polak (Henry Polak)
During a long train journey in South Africa, Gandhi was given the book ‘Unto This Last’ (written by John Ruskin) by one of his friends, which had a tremendous impact on his life

Q) To put the ideas of ‘Unto This Last’ into practice, Gandhiji founded the Phoenix Settlement near Durban. In which year was this?
Answer: 1904
Inspired by the teachings in the book, a young Gandhi established the Phoenix settlement near Durban and started publishing his newspaper “Indian Opinion” from there.

Q) Name of the community started by Gandhi in Transvaal, South Africa, in 1910, which later became the headquarters of their Satyagraha (non-violence) campaign
Answer: Tolstoy Farm.

This campaign was a reaction to the discrimination against Indians in Transvaal (now Gauteng Province). Gandhi and his friend Hermann Kallenbach (a white farmer) had deep admiration for Leo Tolstoy’s writings who advocated non-violence as an appropriate response to aggression and suggested the need for equitable treatment of the poor and working class.

In 1910′ Hermann Kallenbach donated his farm near Johannesburg to Gandhi where he established an ‘ashram’ named Tolstoy Farm.

Q) Who advised Gandhi to be on a ‘probation’ period of one year and travel throughout India before leading India’s political movement?
Answer: Gopal Krishna Gokhle

Q) Who gave the title “Mahatma” to Gandhi and referred to him as “Maharaj”?
Answer: Rabindranath Tagore

Indian Poet and Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore use to refer to Gandhi as the Mahatma (Great Soul) in his letters addressed to Gandhi.

Q) In 1915′ Gandhi was awarded a medal which he returned to the Government in 1920 as a gesture of non cooperation towards the British Government. Name the medal.
Answer: Kaiser-i-Hind

Q) In May 1916′ Gandhi was invited to speak at laying of the foundation stone of which university?
Answer: Banaras Hindu University

Q) At which place was Gandhiji arrested for the first time by the British Government for sedition?
Answer: Ahmedabad

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Q) On which date Gandhiji started with a band of chosen volunteers on his famous Dandi March to break the law by manufacturing illegally, but openly, salt from the sea?
Answer: March 12, 1930

Q) When was the Gandhi – Irwin Pact signed?
Answer: March 5, 1931

Q) Subhash Chandra Bose was elected President of the Congress in 1938 with Gandhiji’s goodwill. He wanted a second term, but Gandhiji did not approve of it. Despite the disapproval, Bose fought the election and won it, defeating the official candidate by over 200 votes. Gandhiji took it as a personal defeat. Identify the candidate.
Answer: Pattabhi Sitaramayya

Q) On being arrested for his “Quit India” programme, where was Gandhiji detained?
Answer: Agakhan Palace Jail

Q) The book “Unto This Last” greatly captivated and transformed Gandhiji. So much so that he translated it into Gujarati. Who was its author?
Answer: John Ruskin

Q) Which of the following, according to Gandhiji, is an essential principle of satyagraha?
Answer: Infinite capacity for suffering, Non-violence, Truth

Q) Gandhiji’s autobiography “The Story of My Experiments with Truth” was originally written in Gujarati.
Answer: Mahadev Desai

Q) Which one of the following books is the work of Gandhiji?
Answer: Hind Swaraj and My Experiments with Truth

Q) Identify the year in which Birla House, New Delhi, where Gandhiji very often used to stay and where he was shot dead, was turned into a government-run Gandhi museum.
Answer: 1971

Q) In February 1933 Gandhiji started the publication of a weekly paper, Harijan, to promote the anti-untouchability campaign. Its first issue, published on February 11, 1933 was released in which city?
Answer: Poona

Q) What did Gandhiji mean by ‘Swaraj’?
Answer: freedom for the meanest of the countrymen

Q) When did Gandhiji take the vow of brahmacharya or celibacy of life?
Answer: 1906

Q) When did Gandhiji get his head shaved, discard his clothes and settle for a loin cloth?
Answer: 1921

Q) Which mythological character impressed Gandhiji for life when he saw a play on his life?
Answer: Harishchandra

Q) Which of the following did Gandhiji describes as his two lungs?
Answer: Ahimsa and Truth

Q) Who worked as a Private Secretary to Mahatma Gandhi?
Answer: Mahadev Desai

Q) “Like the historic march of Ramchandra to Lanka, the march of Gandhi will be memorable”. Name the leader Who described Gandhi’s march to Dandi in these words?
Answer: Motilal Nehru

Q) The historic August session of the All-India Congress Committee, at which the Quit India Resolution was passed, was held at Gowali Park. where is this place located?
Answer: Bombay

Q) Subhas Chandra Bose’s differences with Gandhiji led to Subhas resigning the Presidentship of the India National Congress in 1939. He left Congress and formed a new party. What was the name of the party?
Answer: Forward Bloc

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Q) “Mr Gandhi’s religious and moral views are, I believe, admirable, but I confess that I find it difficult to understand the practice of them in politics,” Name the Viceroy who wrote these words after his first meeting with Gandhi.
Answer: Lord Reading

Q) Lord Mountbatten arrived in India on 22nd March 1947 as the new Viceroy in the place of Lord Wavell to finalise the process of the transfer of power. His first act was to invite Gandhiji to meet him in that connection. When did Gandhiji meet him for the first time?
Answer: March 31, 1947

Q) When on August 15, 1947 the transfer of power took place, the Congress President issued a message to the nation and saluted Mahatma Gandhi as “the maker of freedom achieved in a unique way.” He said “never before was so great an event consummated with such little bloodshed and violence.” Who was the Congress President?
Answer: J B Kripalani

Q) Gandhiji accorded very high priority to communal harmony in his programme of actions. In which city did he undertake his last fast for communal harmony?
Answer: Delhi (on January 13, 1948)

Q) After India achieved independence, towards the end of January 1948, Gandhiji sketched a draft constitution for an ‘association’ of servants of the people in which he wanted the Indian National Con­gress to dissolve itself, as he felt Congress had outlived its usefulness. What was the name of the association?
Answer: Lok Sevak Sangh

Q) Gandhiji, the votary of nonviolence was shot dead on January 30, 1948 at Birla House, New Delhi, shortly after 5 p.m. while going to the prayer meeting. Which was that fateful day of the week?
Answer: Friday

Q) Identify the leader who las met Gandhiji for about an hour and left him just few minutes before he was shot dead on January 30, 1948 while on his way to the prayer meeting.
Answer: Vallabhbhai Patel

Q) How old was Gandhi when he was shot dead by Nathu Ram Godse on January 30′ 1948?
Answer: 78 years

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What do you know about Gandhiji answer? ›

Mahatma Gandhi (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi) was born on October 2, 1869. He was an Indian lawyer, politician, social activist, and writer. He became the leader of the nationalist movement against the British rule of India. He was known as the Father of the Nation.

Where was Gandhi born Mcq? ›

Explanation: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in Porbandar, Gujarat, India on 2 October 1869.

What is the full name of Mahatma Gandhi? ›

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in Porbandar, a town in Gujarat in western India on 2 October 1869.

Who is our national father? ›

India celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, fondly known as the 'Father of the Nation'. Gandhi with his non-violence policy and Swadeshi movement led India towards its freedom from Britishers.

Who inspired Gandhi? ›

Mahatma Gandhi

Was Gandhi a freedom fighter? ›

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi or Mahatma Gandhi was a renowned freedom activist and an authoritative or powerful political leader who had played an important role in India's struggle for Independence against the British rule of India. He was also considered as the father of the country.

When did Gandhiji win Nobel Prize? ›

Mahatma Gandhi was nominated five times for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1937, 1938, 1939, 1947, and 1948. But he was not awarded this award. What was the reason, let us find out! Alfred Nobel signed his testament on 27 November 1895.

What was the name of the mother of Mahatma Gandhi *? ›

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi) was born on October 2, 1869, into a Hindu Modh family in Porbanadar, Gujarat, India. His father, named Karamchand Gandhi, was the Chief Minister (diwan) of the city of Porbanadar. His mother, named Putlibai, was the fourth wife; the previous three wives died in childbirth.

What did Gandhiji mean Swaraj? ›

Although the word Swaraj means "self-rule", Gandhi gave it the content of an integral revolution that encompasses all spheres of life: "At the individual level Swaraj is vitally connected with the capacity for dispassionate self-assessment, ceaseless self-purification and growing self-reliance." Politically, swaraj is ...

Who called Bapu to Gandhiji? ›

Mahatma Gandhi is also called the Father of the Nation or "Bapu" as the prime minister called him at his funeral; a title given to him by Subhas Chandra Bose on 6 July 1944 during his address on the Singapore Radio.

What was Gandhi famous for? ›

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is widely recognized as one of the twentieth century's greatest political and spiritual leaders. Honored in India as the father of the nation, he pioneered and practiced the principle of Satyagraha—resistance to tyranny through mass nonviolent civil disobedience.

Where did Gandhi live? ›

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Who is the mother of India? ›

Bharat Mata (literally "Mother India"), the national personification of India. Scholars have noted allusions to this goddess in the protagonist Radha and in the film Mother India, which is interpreted as an allegorical representation of India after independence.

Who is the mother of Nation? ›

Bharat Mata

When was Gandhi called Mahatma? ›

The Sanskrit word Mahatma, which means a great soul, is often taken to be Gandhi's given name in the West. History books tells us poet and Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore bestowed the title on Gandhi in 1915 while writing his autobiography after the latter called him Gurudev.

What is Gandhi's Favourite book? ›

Leo Tolstoy

When Gandhi was growing sceptical of non-violence, it was his favourite author's book that helped ease his mind. He even mentioned in his autobiography that this book made him a firm believer in ahimsa. Gandhi's other favourite books by Tolstoy include The Gospel In Brief and Letter To A Hindoo.

How many books did Gandhi read? ›

Mahatma Gandhi

Who follows Mahatma Gandhi? ›

Mahatma Gandhi
Mahātmā Gandhi
SuccessorSarojini Naidu
Political partyIndian National Congress (1920–1934)
MovementIndian independence movement
Spouse(s)Kasturba Gandhi ​ ​ ( m. 1883; died 1944)​
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Where did Gandhi study law? ›

Mahatma Gandhi

How many movements Mahatma Gandhi? ›

Seven major freedom movements started by Mahatma Gandhi.

What religion was Gandhi? ›

Gandhi of course was born a Hindu but his interpretation of Hinduism was his own. While keeping firm roots in ancient Hinduism, he welcomed contact with other religions, especially the Christian doctrines.

Who won 2 Nobel prizes? ›

Chemist and peace activist

One person, Linus Pauling, has won two undivided Nobel Prizes. In 1954 he won the Prize for Chemistry.

Who got first Gandhi Peace Prize? ›

The word consists of 1 crore rupee cash which is convertible in any currency in the world, a plaque, and a citation. It is an international award therefore it is open to all regardless of gender race and nationality. The first recipient of the international Gandhi peace prize was Julius Nyerere in the year 1995.

Who gave Gandhi Peace Prize? ›

The Gandhi Peace Prize is awarded to one person/organization annually. A Jury comprising Prime Minister of India, Chief Justice of India, Leader of Single Largest Opposition Party in Lok Sabha, and two eminent members decide the awardee. The term of the jury is three years.

Who is the grandfather of Mahatma Gandhi? ›

Who used the word Swaraj first? ›

Swaraj was first articulated, in the presidential address of Dadabhai Naoroji, as the Congress's goal at its Calcutta session in 1906.

Who started Swaraj movement? ›

Swaraj Party
Swaraj Party (স্বরাজ দল)
FounderChittaranjan Das, Motilal Nehru
Founded1 January 1923
Dissolved1935
Split fromIndian National Congress
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What means satyagraha? ›

Satyagraha (Sanskrit: सत्याग्रह; satya: "truth", āgraha: "insistence" or "holding firmly to"), or "holding firmly to truth", or "truth force", is a particular form of nonviolent resistance or civil resistance.

Who called Gandhiji as Fakir? ›

WlNSTON CHURCHILL DISPARAGINGLY referred to Mohandas Gandhi as the 'half-naked fakir'.

How old is Gandhi? ›

Why is Gandhi called father of Nation? ›

Mahatma Gandhi better known as the father of Nation because it was he who got freedom for us. He was the maker of Modern India.

Was Gandhi a lawyer? ›

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on 2nd October, 1869, in Porbandar, Kathiawar, which was a part of the British Empire then. He was a lawyer and an anti-colonial nationalist who made use of non-violent resistance to lead the successful movement for India's independence from the British rule.

What did Mahatma Gandhi study? ›

Gandhi enrolled at Samaldas College, Bhaunagar, in 1887 but left after one term. However, he was encouraged to go to London to study law and he left for London on 4 September 1888.

Who was the first Indian lady? ›

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No.NameRole
1Sarojini NaiduFirst Woman Governor in India
2Santosh YadavFirst Woman to climb Mt. Everest Twice
3Neerja BhanotFirst Lady to Receive Ashoka Chakra
4Kiran BediFirst Woman Indian Police Service Officer (IPS)
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What is India's national food? ›

India: Due to its diverse culture, India does not have a specific national dish. There were rumours that the government of India was planning on designating khichdi as a national dish but it was later denied by the government.

Who is the Queen of India? ›

Order of the Crown of India
Imperial Order of the Crown of India
Awarded forA national order of chivalry
StatusNot awarded since 1947
SovereignQueen Elizabeth II
Post-nominalsCI
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Who is the narrator in the above passage Class 9 answer? ›

Answer: Gandhiji is the narrator of the above passage.

What did Gandhiji do for the farmer in Bihar? ›

Gandhi led organised protests and strike against the landlords, who with the guidance of the British government, signed an agreement granting more compensation and control over farming for the poor farmers of the region, and cancellation of revenue hikes and collection until the famine ended.

Who is the narrator in the above passage a Gandhiji B Gandhiji's friend c someone who knew Gandhiji d the waiter? ›

Gandhiji is the narrator of the above passage. Option A is correct. Here are the details: The passage has been extracted from the autobiography of M.K.

What last effort did the friend make to reform the narrator? ›

He therefore made one last effort to reform me. He one day invited me to go to the theatre. Before the play we were to dine together at the Holborn Restaurant. It was a very big company of diners in the midst of which my friend and I sat sharing a table between us.

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A book published in 1934 by Jawaharlal Nehru is titled Glimpses of World History.. Who called Gandhiji as 'Mahatma’?. When was Mahatma Gandhi assassinated?. The railway official had ordered Gandhiji to move to the van compartment despite his first-class ticket.. All the above quotations given in the options are written by Mahatma Gandhi.. From 1917 until 1930, Gandhi lived at the Sabarmati Ashram, one of the main centres of the Indian freedom struggle.. According to Gandhi ji, Infinite capacity for suffering, Non-violence, Truth are the essential principles of satyagraha.. Which of the following was the first movement of Mahatma Gandhi in India?. During the Indian freedom struggle, Mahatma Gandhi led the Champaran Satyagraha in 1916, the first Satyagraha movement in India.. In 1942, Mahatma Gandhi launched the August Movement, or August Kranti also known as the Quit India Movement (translated into several Indian languages as the Leave India Movement) in Bombay, under the All India Congress Committee, calling for the end of British rule in India.

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Identify the Viceroy who wrote home these words after his first meeting with Gandhiji:”Mr Gandhi’s religious and moral views are, I believe, admirable, but I confess that I find it difficult to understand the practice of them in politics.”. (a) Lord Wavell. (b) Lord Irwin. (c) Lord Reading. (d) Lord Mountbatten. Ans:- (c) Lord Reading. The Khilafat issue related to the policy of the British Government towards. (a) Turkey. (b) Afghanistan. (c) Iraq. (d) Iran. Ans: (a) Turkey. Q.18 Before the civil disobedience or non-co-operation movement could be effectively launched, Gandhiji suspended it because of an outbreak of mob violence at Chauri Chaura in the sate of…... (a) Gujarat. (b) Uttar Pradesh. (c) Punjab. (d) Bihar. Ans: (b) Uttar Pradesh. Q.19 For writing which of the following articles, published in Young India, was Gandhiji convicted for the first time in the country by the Government?. (d) All of the above. Ans: (a) Passive resistance is the resistance offered by the weak because they are unable to offer armed resistance, whereas nonviolence is the resistance offered by the strong because the are unwilling to offer armed resistance. Q.42 A special attraction of one of the Gandhi museums is the exhibition depicting Gandhi’s life through figurines prepare by Sushila Patel.. Mahatma Gandhi become a barrister in London at the age of –. a) 30 year. b) 20 year. c) 21 year. d) 19 year. Ans.. a) Hiralal Gandhi. b) Ramdas Gandhi. c) Devdas Gandhi. d) Manilal Gandhi. Ans.

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