Here is your short paragraph on My Ideal Hero (Gandhiji) !
India has given birth to many heroes. Some immortal souls and great heroes are Shivaji, Netaji Shubash Chandra Bose, Mahatma Gandhi, Rana Pratap, Swami Vivekanand, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, Yogi Aurobindro, Jawarahlal Nehru, Savarkar and Saheed Bhagat Singh.
These people sacrificed their entire life for the sake of our motherland.
Among all of these heroes my ideal hero is Mahatma Gandhi. He was considered among the greatest personalities in India. In his period many brilliant & intellectuals people took birth but Mahatama Gandhi has all those virtues and qualities of sages that have blended curiously.
As far as greatness is concerned only few personalities come close in comparison with Gandhiji. Gandhiji was never a brilliant scholar but he was certainly indifferent. To qualify for the bar he went to London. He was opposed by his family and relatives to move to a foreign land because of their culture and orthodoxy. He convinced each one of them & promised that he would not take liquor and meat and maintain his culture in foreign too. He also lived up to his promises.
In England Gandhiji made may friends. In 1893 he returned back to his own country holding a Law Degree. Later he practiced law & pleaded in support of just and true cases. After sometime he went to South Africa. He was invited there by to assist an Indian Merchant with legal advice.
After moving to South Africa his interest as a lawyer vanished. There Gandhiji saw that his countrymen are treated with contempt and being humiliated. Like many other Indians Gandhiji were also humiliated because he was travelling in a compartment which was reserved for the white people. He decided to take steps to overcome such humiliation and help his countrymen.
In the year 1915 he paid attention towards the problem of the Indian laborers and farmers. He leaded the farmers to raise their voice against the Champaran (white Indigo planters). He gained success against cruel Britishers on the basis of his great devotion and moral strength towards the principle of non violence and truth. He also guided people to not to cooperate with the British government. Because of this Gandhiji was also regarded as the father of India. Gandhiji was a perfect blend of simplicity, non-violence and truth. He sacrificed his entire life for the freedom of people of India and unit the religious groups in India. Gandhiji my ideal hero. It is difficult to find a man like him in this world again.