Maganlal Gandhi is cited in many works of Mohandas. It is he who suggested the word Satyagraha to define Gandhi's non-violence methods. According to Mohandas, Maganlal was the soul of Sabarmati Ashram. He followed Mohandas in South Africa in 1903 "in the hope of making a bit of fortune", but instead followed his cousin's self-imposed poverty and joined the Phoenix settlement.
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