Hint: On 2nd October 1869, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi who is popularly known as 'Mahatma Gandhi was born. His role and contribution in the freedom movement of India is noteworthy .
Complete answer: Mahatma Gandhi returned to India in January 1915. Mahatma Gandhi made them realized the value of independence and accorded Satyagraha-the best and infallible weapon and called them to cut down their centuries-old chains of slavery. Popularly known as 'Mahatma Gandhi or Bapu' was born on 2nd October 1869. Both in personal force and in political effect, he was undoubtedly a great man.
He was an Indian lawyer, politician, social activist, and writer who molded the character of the struggle for freedom in India, and impressed his own ideals upon the new governing class that came into power when the English went home.
He was the youngest child of his father's fourth wife. The dewan chief minister of Porbandar which was under British suzerainty, Karamchand Gandhi was his father. Putlibai was his mother who was a very religious lady. His upbringing was steeped in Vaishnavism (worship of the Hindu god Vishnu) and a strong tinge of Jainism.
Thus, he took for granted ahimsa (no injury to all living beings), vegetarianism, fasting for self-purification, and mutual tolerance between adherents of various creeds and sects. The stories of Shravana and Harishchandra that reflected the importance of truth deeply influenced Mahatma Gandhi.
He received comprehensive education- attended primary school at Porbandar, high school at Rajkot, and Samaldas College in Bhavnagar State where he then dropped out because of his marriage.
At the age of 13, he got married. He joined the Inner Temple, one of the four London law colleges (The Temple) where he successfully completed his degree in Inner Temple and was called to the Bar, in 1888. He enrolled in the High Court of London, but later that year he left for India.
Hence, the correct answer is option (D)
Note: A hero’s welcome awaited Gandhi when he landed on January 9, 1915, at the Apollo Bunder in Mumbai. Three days later he was honored by the people of Bombay at a magnificent reception in the palatial house of a Bombay magnate Jehangir Petit. The Government of India joined with the people of India in showering honors on Gandhi. He received a "Kaiser-I-Hind'' gold medal in the King’s birthday honors list of 1915. His association with Gokhale was guaranteed enough of his being a safe politician.