Meaning of Satyagraha

Sat•ya•gra•ha

Pronunciation: (sut'yu-gru"hu, sut-yä'gru-), [key]
— n.
  1. (in India) the policy of passive resistance inaugurated by Mohandas Gandhi in 1919 as a method of gaining political and social reforms.
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