Gandhi created and led the most influential movement in India. The purpose of this movement was to retrieve Indian’s human rights, and return them their dignity. Gandhi, together with most of his followers, would start to break rules that were implemented by the British, with the consequence of getting in prison. Having a great amount of people in jail pressured the British government to free them. A contract was then signed to free all Indians, with the condition of stopping all the civil disorder. This was a successful attempt, and an important step in India’s independence.