Why is the champaran episode considered to be the begining of the indian struggle for independence?

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Gandhi considered the Champaran episode to be a turning point because he realised that civil disobedience, which had triumphed for the first time, could go a long way in the freedom struggle. Moreover, he had succeeded in making the peasants aware of their rights and becoming confident. This success, thus, proved the effectiveness of Gandhi’s method of non-violence and non-cooperation.

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