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Why do you think Gandhi considered the Champaran episode to be a turning point in his life?
The Champaran episode was a turning point in Gandhi's life because his method consisting of disobedience and acceptance of punishment came out successful. The whole nation came to know that they could oppose the British. The peasants became aware of their strength and they came to know that if they were united, they could make the British landlords work on their own terms. This episode emerged as the first ray of hope for the Indians. Now the Britishers were no longer invincible for them and the peasants were no longer utterly fear-stricken poor fellows.
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