He was more than a mere political figure head. he was an ideological mind and individual. He did not focus his policies and doctrines on one single facet. rather he confronted the obstacles on multiple grounds which included the humane aspect. He advocated the general rights of mankind regardless of their tribe, color, race, religion and other associated ethnic affiliations. Mahatma Gandhi was the man behind the establishment of the Hindus representative party Congress. Mahatma Gandhi went on to become the founder father of India.
He was also known as Bapu and he has been honored as the founder of the nation in the modern times of India (Woolever, p 15). His struggle stretches to the early days of the 20th century where he fought against the British rule on multiple grounds. His civil disobedience movement was one other world famous move and movement based on which he engaged the masses against the British ruling junta and asked for the clearly defined rights of the people of India. Mahatma Gandhi, unlike the other Muslim leaders demanded and desired a unified India on the exit of Great Britain. He along with his contemporaries from the era and time of pre partition called the action and demand of Muslims as an unjust. Owing to his contributions 2nd October is marked as the Gandhi Day in India.
Subash Chandra Bose is another central figure who contributed largely to the political cause of Indian independence. He grew up in the shadow of the likes of Mahatma Gandhi, Nehru and other leads of those times. He went on to gain progress and recognition in times ahead in the form of becoming the prominent leader of Indian National Congress. Subhash Chandra Bose was also associated with the Indian politics in the post independence scenario where his role was relatively subjective and debated in terms of the policies and mindset he maintained and how the global affairs unfolded in those days afterwards