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bharanishan
10-02-2004, 01:24 PM
Tribute to Father of Nation

:sm30::sm30::sm30:Mahatma Gandhi :sm30::sm30::sm30:

1869-1948

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bharanishan
10-02-2004, 01:35 PM
Mahatma Gandhi
(1869-1948)

Albert Einstein said of Mahatma Gandhi that: "Generations to come will scarce believe that such a one as this ever in flesh and blood walked upon this earth." A deceptively simple man, Gandhi overturned the greatest Empire the world has ever seen. His country, India, was regarded by the British as "the jewel" of their Empire. For centuries they had held it by the force of arms. But the struggle for Independence from the British "raj" was won by a struggle, led by Gandhi, which used the power of peaceful non-cooperation.

In 1869 Gandhi was born to Hindu parents who lived in Gujarat in Western India. By a family arrangement he married Kasturbai Makanji when both were 13 years old. His family later sent him to London to study law, and in 1891 he became a lawyer. Soon afterwards, in order to obtain work, he went to Southern Africa.

Gandhi was appalled by the racial discrimination he encountered in Africa and immersed himself in the struggle for the rights of immigrant Indians. He also developed his creed of passive resistance against injustice, satyagraha, meaning "truth, force", and was frequently jailed as a result of the protests that he led. Before he returned to India with his wife and children in 1915, he had radically changed the lives of Indians living in Southern Africa.

In India, Gandhi began promulgating his ideals and leading the movement for independence from Britain. His lifelong belief in non-violent protest and religious tolerance was unshakeable. When Muslim and Hindu Indians acted violently against one another, or against the British raj who governed India, he fasted until such violence ended. He also led a "salt march" across India, persuading his followers to accept without retaliation the brutality of the police and soldiers. Independence, when it came in 1947, was attributed to the power of his non-violent form of protest, to passive resistance.

"Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of man." said Gandhi. But to his despair India, with Independence, was partitioned into Hindu India and Muslim Pakistan. The last two months of his life were spent trying to end the appalling violence which ensued, leading him to fast to the brink of death, an act which finally quelled the riots. In January 1948, at the age of 79, he was killed by an assassin as he walked through a crowded garden in New Delhi to take evening prayers.

After his death, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the great fighter for Afro-American equality in the USA, said of Gandhi: "Gandhi was inevitable. If humanity is to progress, Gandhi is inescapable. He lived, thought and acted, inspired by the vision of humanity evolving toward a world of peace and harmony. We may ignore Gandhi at our own risk."

bharanishan
10-02-2004, 01:45 PM
Youth



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Barrister Mohandas K Gandhi, 1890.


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Law Student Mohandas K. Gandhi with members of the London Vegetarian Society. Gandhi designed a logo for the society.

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Barrister M. K. Gandhi in his courtroom attire in South Africa.

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Barrister Karamchand Gandhi.

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Elder brother Lakshmidas and Mohandas 1886.

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'Monio' as young Mohandas was known, 1876.

bharanishan
10-02-2004, 02:10 PM
Gandhi With Leaders.

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Enroute from South Africa Barrister Mohandas K Gandhi meets with a British Colonel during the First World War. Gandhi had volunteered to form an ambulance corps of Volunteers, 1913.

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Dr. Annie Besant and others at a public reception for Mohandas K Gandhi, 1921.


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Mahatma Gandhi meeting with the rulers of Rajkot.

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Mahatma Gandhi meeting with Sir Stafford Kripps during the cabinet commission.

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Mahatma Gandhi visiting an ailing Pandit Madan Mohan Malavia. The Mahatma's granddaughter Sumitra peeps from behind him while Rajkumari Amrit Kaur is seen in the background.

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Mahatma Gandhi addressing a congress working committee meeting, 1946-47.

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Gandhi with Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit.

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Prime Minister and his cabinet, Pandit Nehru, Sarojini Naidu, Maulana Azad, Sardar Patel and others await the urns containing the Mahatma's ashes, 1948.

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Mahatma Gandhi with Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose


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An autographed photograph of Mahatma Gandhi, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.


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Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru and Maulana Azad at Sevagram, Wardha.

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Mahatma Gandhi and Mohammad Ali Jinha during the Gandhi - Jinha Talks in Bombay in 1945.


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Mohammad Ali Jinha leader of the Muslim League and Mahatma Gandhi during the Gandhi - Jinha talks, 1945


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Mahatma Gandhi listens to a visitor at Birla House in the background are Moulana Azad and Sardar Patel and next to the Mahatma are Acharya Kripalani and Pyarelal Nayyar


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Mahatma Gandhi steps out of a car and is greeted by Lord Pethick-Lawrence.


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Mahatma Gandhi conferring with C. Rajagopalachari.

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Mahatma Gandhi walking with Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, on his right Nehru's daughter Indira who was to grow up to be a new leader of India.

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Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore and Mahatma Gandhi, 1940

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Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba at Shantiniketan visiting Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore in 1940.

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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Mahatma Gandhi, Acharya Kripalani, Mahadev Desai and Maniben Patel on the way to a meeting at Sevagram.


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Mahatma Gandhi walking with his entourage resting his hands on the shoulders of his grand daughter Sita and Abhaben accompanied by Rajkumari Amrit Kaur.

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Mahatma Gandhi with Charles Chaplin in London, also seen Sarojini Naidu in the background

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Mahatma Gandhi meets Romain Roland at Villenuve Geneva.

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Mahatma Gandhi with Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

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Mahatma GAndhi with youg Indira Nehru, daughter of Pandit JAwaharlal Nehru, the future Prime Minister of India.


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Mahatma Gandhi with Sardar Patel and Acharya Kripalani reacting to a funny incident at Congress Convention.

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Mahatma Gandhi with Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan at a prayer meeting.

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Mahtma Gandhi with Kasturba and Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan


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Mahatma Gandhi with Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel

bharanishan
10-02-2004, 02:32 PM
Hi Friends.

i will Upload Some more Pictures of Gandhijis Life History...within 2 days.

RaasuKutty
10-02-2004, 03:32 PM
Good one and well compiled..

Some of his principles have been gr8 and an example to many of the generations ahead...

krishng
10-02-2004, 04:05 PM
gr8 work bharani. good to remind some history lectures.

simply superb compilation da.. :b:

cheers

bharanishan
10-02-2004, 04:18 PM
dai krish

today is Gandhi Jeyanthi....do u remember that?

krishng
10-02-2004, 05:27 PM
dai krish

today is Gandhi Jeyanthi....do u remember that?

sorry da..unnoda Gandhi Jayanthi post partha udaneydhaan nyabagam vandhichu.. one strange thing is germanyla tomm reunification daynnu nyabagam irundhuchu.. enna seyya.. my bad..

Cheers.

dude
10-02-2004, 06:16 PM
Dear !

The article was nice.

thank you
Dude

PS: Gandhi was Born on 1869 instead of 1969.Kindly correct it.

good work!

vasan
10-02-2004, 06:34 PM
Good work Bharani.. :clap: :clap: :clap:

A nice photo tribute to Gandhiji.. :P :P

Vasan

katteri
10-02-2004, 06:50 PM
Well done Bharani. actually i thought of giving Gandhi movie on oct 2nd , i dont know how did i forget to upload.
Man of simplicity
Man of sincerety and man with vision.
Unfortunately his principles are not followed by us.

shiam_saran
10-02-2004, 07:57 PM
Hi,
Nice collection of past. A journey into our past. I got to see many people, whom I have just read in the history books. Thanks a lot for that. Its good to see people remembering the Great Man who did so much for our freedom. Happy Gandhi Jayanthi!!

Shiam

senthil17
10-02-2004, 10:07 PM
GOOD JOB GUYS. GREAT PICTURES.

HAPPY GANDHI JAYANTHI TO ALL OF YOU.

PEACE.

vennai1
10-02-2004, 10:56 PM
Nicely done barani ! :clap: :clap:

A Day to remember a great soul :b: :sm03:

silican
10-03-2004, 01:29 AM
Amazing collection of very rare Gandhiji snaps Bharani..Thanks for the compilation. :sm03:

Silican

Priyanka
10-03-2004, 04:31 AM
Very nice pictures. Vazhththukkal! Happy Gandhi Jayanthi to all of you. En maamiyaarukkum innikki thaan pirantha naal. I forgot to wish her. :sm18: :sm18: Enga maamiyaar phone panni "Wish panna maranthu peittiyennanga" I felt really bad.

rajanme
10-03-2004, 07:49 AM
excellent remembrance of Mahatma Gandhi... very good Bharani

rajan

Ashok_Taurus
10-03-2004, 01:00 PM
Chanceaaa Illa......Superb and fantastic collection of these pictures...GREAT WORK..
Keep up the good work bharani... :b: :clap:

:pray: HAPPY GANDHI JAYANTHI :pray:

Teena
10-03-2004, 02:26 PM
I was taken back to past history.Good to see this great man's pictures.

Thanks for sharing here.

nvsmanian
10-03-2004, 08:21 PM
an excellent remainder to people who had forgot what he had preached.

sprithika
10-04-2004, 12:37 PM
hey Bharanishan.

wonderful collections of pictures. :clap:

i havent seen lot many leaders just read about them. :Ksp:

very nice to see the leaders pictures. :P

i think these pictures are very rare to get.that is really great. :think:

good work :b: .[/b]

summah
10-04-2004, 11:05 PM
that was really really nice.....thanks a lot for the pictures....it was nice to see all these pictures.....

bharanishan
10-04-2004, 11:39 PM
Family Photos


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A Young Barrister M. K. Gandhi and Kasturba in a typical Kathiavadi, Gujarati attire of West India, 1915.


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The young Gandhi's, Mohandas & Kasturba, 1915.


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Kasturba Massages the feet of Mahatma Gandhi.


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Raliatben,Gandhiji's Sister


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Father Karamchand "Kaba Gandhi"


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Mother Putliba


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Mahatma Gandhi dictating correspondence to Mahadev Desai on the deck of the S.S. Rajputana


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Mahtama Gandhi Grieves besides the body of Katurba Gandhi at the Agakhan Palace prison camp.


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Mahatma and Kasturba at Sevagram.


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Young Ramdas Gandhi, the third son of Mahatma Gandhi.


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Young Harilal Gandhi, the first son of Mahtama Gandhi


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Young Manilal Gandhi, the Second Son of Mahatma Gandhi


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Young Devdas Gandhi the fourth Son of Mahatma Gandhi


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Young Manilal Gandh the second son of Mahatma GaAndhi

sssura
10-04-2004, 11:40 PM
thanks for all the photos, it gives very patriotric feeling while looking at all the leaders of our nation

bharanishan
10-05-2004, 12:19 AM
Special Events




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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, The Mahatma walks out of the Dargah of Khwaja Nizamudin at Mehrauli - New Delhi after attending the annual hours on 27th January 1948.



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Peace Pilgrim, the Mahatma walks through the riot ravaged Noakhali district of West Bengal. Mountbatten called him "One man peace keeping force", August 1941.



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The peace brigade of the Mahatma in Noakhali, the riot ravaged district of East Bengal (now Bangladesh) in 1947.


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The Mahatma feeds Bibi Amtussalam who was fasting for 24 days for the return of the sacrificial swords stolen from a temple in Noakhali district of East Bengal also in the picture Abhaben Gandhi, 1946-47.


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The Mahatma steps out of a desecrated and damaged temple in riot torn Noakhali district of East Bengal (now Bangladesh), 1946-47.


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The Mahatma listens to a riot victim at Noakhali in East Bengal (now Bangladesh), 1946-47.


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Enroute to Noakhali the Mahatma talks to people at the station, 1946-47.


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An ailing Mahatma during one of his many fasts.


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The Mahatma at a foundation stone laying ceremony of the Kamala Nehru Hospital in Allahabad.


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The Mahatma writing an obituary to C. R. Das at C. R. Das's funeral in Calcutta.


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Mahatma gandhi at haripura congress.


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Mahatma Gandhi flanked by Abhaben and Meeraben on the lawns of Birla House New Delhi, 1948.


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Mahatma Gandhi reading messages held by Abhaben during his last fast for communal
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The Mahatma emerges from the Dargah of Khwaja Nizamudin at Mehrauli after attending the annual hours, 27th January 1948.



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Mahatma Gandhi meeting victims of riots in Bihar, Dr. Sushila Nayyar is seen in the foreground.


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Mahatma Gandhi in Simla


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Mahatma,Dr.Susila Nayyar. and Abhaben


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Mahatma Gandhi emerging from a riot ravaged house in Bihar in 1946-47


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Mahatma Gandhi crosses a narrow bamboo bridge in a riot torn Noakhali district of East Bengal (now Bangladesh), 1946-47.


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Mahatma Gandhi and Narayan Desai emerge from the Alipore Jail.


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Devdas Gandhi the 4th son of the Mahatma walks with his father at Wardha.


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Mahatma Gandhi and Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan during his visit to the Northwest frontier province (now in Pakistan).


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Mahatma Gandhi, Mahadev Desai taking a walk at Sevagram, Wardha.


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Mahatma Gandhi during his Harijan walk in Orissa.


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Mahatma Gandhi visiting Lancashire mill workers during his visit to England for the second round table conference.


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Mahatma Gandhi meets British well-wishers during his visit to attend 2nd Round Table conference.

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Mahatma arrives at Marseilles enroute to London for the Second Round Table Conference.

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Mahatma Gandhi at a Prayer Meeting.


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Visiting the Raja of KalaKankar a principality in Eastern UttarPradesh.


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At the 2nd Round table conference


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Women breaking the salt law being assaulted by British Police


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Mahatma Gandhi being attended to during his fast at Rajkot.


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Mahatma Gandhi addressing the World Press Corps at the Round table Conference. With him can be seen Meerbehn(Madalene Slade) and Devdas Gandhi


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Mahatma Gandhi being greeted by Congress workers.


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Congress Sevadal workers welcoming Mahatma Gandhi the traditional way



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Mahatma GAndhi picks up salt during the Salt Satyagraha. Behind him is his second son Manilal Gandhi and Mithuben Petit


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At the Round table conference

bharanishan
10-05-2004, 01:08 AM
Yet to come

Gandhi's public Meetings

Gandhis Personal Possesions

Gandhi in South Africa

Gandhi and his associates.

Gandhi's Residences.

Gandhi some Special Collections

Gandhi's Funeral and Cremation.

butterfly
10-05-2004, 01:15 AM
Bharani,
A tribute well presented :b: ...Thanks to u :sm08:

cselva
10-06-2004, 02:14 PM
Thanx for all the pics atleast on oct 2nd we all got a chance to remember Mr.Gandhi .excellent work bharanishan

bharanishan
10-06-2004, 05:18 PM
Public Meetings Of Gandhi



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A Prayer Meeting at Noakhali 1947


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Enroute to Noakhali the Mahatma holds impromptu public meeting at a railway station, 1947.


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Mahatma Gandhi addresses a prayer meeting as his secretary Pyarelal Nayyar looks on, 1947-1948.


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The Mahatma speaks to farmers of Rajkot during the Rajkot fast.

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The Mahatma being welcomed in Peshawar during his visit to the North-West frontier, 1938.

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Mahatma Gandhi hoists the congress flag at a congress.

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Mahatma Gandhi addressing a prayer meeting at Birla House. Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan is also seen, 1947-48.

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Mahatma Gandhi and Pandit Madan Mohan Malavia at a public meeting, 1934.


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Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru introduces delegates at the Asian region religion congress to the Mahatma, 1947-48.


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The Mahatma addressing people from the train.


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Mahatma addresses Congress Session.


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Gandhi arriving at a publis meeting.


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Mahatma Gandhi arriving at the venue of a public meeting.


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Mahatma Gandhi addressing a prayer meeting at Juhu Beach in Bombay.


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Congress leaders addressing a public meeting


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A view of the congress meeting on the sands of Chowpatty Bombay.


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Mahatma Gandhi addressing the world religion congress in New Delhi, 1947.


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Mahatma Gandhi at a prayer meeting in Noakhali, East Bengal (now Bangladesh) in 1946-47.


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Mahatma Gandhi in Public Meeting Walking Throu the Crowd.


http://www.mahatma.org.in/pictures/images/piccat0004/pu_1024_0026.jpgMahatma Gandhi and Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan address a gathering of the Khodai Khidmadgar (Servants of God) in Peshawar in October 1938.


http://www.mahatma.org.in/pictures/images/piccat0004/pu_1024_0029.jpgMahatma Gandhi being greeted by the women congress delegates

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Mahatma Gandhi at a Congress Convention


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Mahatma Gandhi addressing a Congress Convention.


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Mahatma Gandhi being greeted by the women Congress delegates.


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Women donating money and jewelry for the Harijan fund.


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Mahatma Gandhi addressing the crowd at the Shimla mall.


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Mahatma Gandhi addressing a convention. Abha Gandhi seen holding the mike


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Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba at a prayer meeting. Behind then seated is Sushila Gandhi, daughter in law Mahatma Gandhi.


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Mahatma Gandhi addressing a public meeting. Also seen are his secretary Pyarelal Nayyar and Abha Gandhi.

bharanishan
10-06-2004, 05:27 PM
Gandhis Possession



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Speak no evil, See no evil, Hear no evil the three monkeys of the Mahatma.


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The Mahatma's Watch and reading glasses and a book.


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Mahatma's Personal Effects

Ashok_Taurus
10-07-2004, 01:09 AM
He Bharani...

Its a grat work that u r posting all pictures of Gandhiji's history...! ! Thanks buddy... :b: :b:

Keep it up..(coz I know how difficult is to collect & post so much stuffs)

Hurray and Cheers to Bharani......... :yes: :sm14: :sm03:

edinburghking
10-11-2004, 07:00 PM
hi
really nice pictures ,txs a lot admn

pscompanies
10-14-2004, 03:09 AM
thanks for all the photos, it gives very patriotric feeling while looking at all the leaders of our nationyes yes it does

bbabab2004
10-22-2004, 12:06 AM
yes. einstein told that generations in future (that is us and after us) will
wonder in disbelief to know that such a man walked this earth not long ago.
this is the high truth that mahatma lead his life. if we all can adopt the
doctrines of love, it will be good for us and also our neighbour.
thanks for photos. i cherish it.