Gandhi supported his fellow Indians in making their own clothing with a spinning wheel. The British were against this because the British made a profit out of selling British clothing.
But Gandhi didn't care!
He later started wearing the clothing that was traditionally called “khadi”, which he wore with sandals and a shawl.
Gandhi was arrested for encouraging people to peacefully go against the British. He was sentenced to 6 years in prison.
Gandhi did not mind being in prison. In fact, he enjoyed the time alone, where he slept, read, and continued to spin the wheel every day. After 2 years in prison, the court officials decided his sentence was long enough. After he was released he went right back to work. His goal was to join together Hindus and Muslims who were fighting with each other.
A few days had passed, When they reached, the crowd instantly got to work.
They reached their hands onto the cool waters of the Mediterranean sea. They then picked up the soft salt to go against the salt acts. They gathered as much salt as possible to make and sell the salt. Later, along with Gandhi hundreds of people were arrested.