“The Champaran agitation” in Bihar was Gandhi’s first active involvement in the Indian freedom struggle in 1916.
A village of Gujarat was severely hit by flood and the farmers appealed for cancellations of the tax. Gandhiji helped them in relaxation of the tax in 1918.
C. Non- cooperation movement:
When Gandhiji realised that the British had been able to be in India due to the cooperation of Indians. So he convinced people not to co operate them any more on 1 August 1920. And called it as non- non-cooperation movement.
D. Salt march:
It’s also popularly known as “Dandi March”. In March 1930 Gandhiji started a Satyagraha against the Salt tax. He marched 388 kilometres from Ahmedabad to Dandi to make salt.
E. Quit India movement:
During the second world war Gandhi started the Quit India Movement against Britishers in 1942.