Gandhiji initiated a concept of Sarvoday Society. Sarvodaya is a Gujarati term that roughly translates into “well-being for all,” “progress for all,” or “universal uplift.” It was first coined by Mahatma Gandhi, who altered and combined the Sanskrit root words sarva (all) and udaya (uplift), creating the concept that would define his political philosophy and, later on, his movement.
He didn’t care if you were a Hindu, Buddhist, Christian, Jew or a Muslim. He neither cared if you were White, Black, Red, Brown or Yellow, he envisioned a kind of society that lived in peace with one another and the environment around them. He believed in living in harmony with nature and a simple life – The crux of it being to “generate more, from less, for more people”