Mahatma Gandhi is well-known as the father of Indian Independence. Following the years of the World War I, He became the leader of India to gain independence from the British Empire. He has made one script and one speech in trial to agitate for Indian independence, Hind Swaraj and Mahatma Gandhi’s Statement in the Great Trial of 1922. In the first text Hind Swaraj, on behalf of Indian citizens, he states about his arguments based on his demands towards the British, colonizing their land, India.
Gandhi, M. (1910). Hind swaraj: Or, Indian home rule. With the lastest foreword by the author. Madras: G.A. Natesan.
Gandhi, M. (1922). The great trial: Being a report of Mahatma Gandhi’s trial. Ahmedabad Navajivan Pub. House .