A spiritual leader
The most important figure in the Indian history of peace and social responsibility is perhaps Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, affectionately called 'Mahatma' meaning 'Great soul'. He was a spiritual leader and famous for leading India to independence under British rule in 1947. He believed in justice, non-violence and nationalism, and fought for civil rights in India. He lived modestly and was imprisoned many times. At an age of 78, in 1948, he was assassinated by a Hindu nationalist.
Physical Therapist Neha Kumar talks about life in India of today, and a simple vision of being conscious about the environment, about honesty, and the need for keeping fit.