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Mahatma Gandhi—Father of the Indian nation and the propounder of ahimsa and truth, was a seeker, environmentalist and humanist, in sum, a Mahatma or Great soul. He played a vital role in India`s struggle for independence from the British colonial role and his life and book, "The Story of My Experiments With Truth" continue to inspire many in their personal quest and in tackling greater issues.
 
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The World Of Mahatma Gandhi
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Mahatma Gandhi Research And Media Service
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Mahatma Gandhi eArchive & Reference Library
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And Gandhi Came Alive
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When Gandhi became God
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Experimenter of Truth
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In the Footsteps of the Mahatma
Tushar Gandhi, the Mahatma's Grandson and organizer of the recently concluded Dandi march is a transformed man today. More...
Looking for Gandhi
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Food for the soul
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A living sermon
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Visionary of peace
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On the right track
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We need more Gandhis
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The ascetic journey
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Bappu, My friend
For the children living with the Mahatma at his Sabarmati Ashram, he was a friend, guide and a sensitive More...
Feminist sage?
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In Gandhi's footsteps
Mahatma Gandhi may be viewed as too idealistic in today's world but his concept of nonviolence is more More...
Where is Gandhi now?
Mahatma Gandhi has come a long way. Amitava Kumar, author, writes in his new book, York: "In America, More...
Experiments with celibacy
An extract from M.K. Gandhi's autobiography More...
Grassroot science
A scientist brings to the fore the need to take science and technology to remote corners of India by building the essential link More...
King of hearts
Gandhi can be considered the most modern political thinker India has ever had. He imbibed the best from the East and the West and evolved a political philosophy that worked miracles. Today, in a More...
Peerless Communicator
As a journalist, Gandhi could have taught a few lessons in mass communication. An effective communicator, fearless and eloquent with his words, he reached out to millions of people and convinced them More...
Ink Notes
Gandhi's handwriting highlights two great aspects of his personality-simplicity and relentless determination More...
Gandhi after Gandhi
There are four Gandhis alive today. Each with his own eccentricities, conveniences and place in the psyche of the society. But which one of these is real, if any? More...
Portrait of nonviolance
Atul Dodiya is one of the finest artists to emerge in modern times. His works have been exhibited all over the world, including Madrid and New York. Collections of his works are with the Anand More...
"You are, therefore I am"
Satish Kumar is the editor of Resurgence, a bi-monthly magazine that provides an international forum for ecological and spiritual thinking, and programme director of London-based Schumacher More...
Other Gandhis
"Freedom is like birth. Till we are fully free, we are slaves." From USA to Myanmar, these words of Gandhi have generated a thousand nonviolent movements, all aimed at one goal: complete freedom More...
The man behind the Mahatma
There are many myths about Gandhi. First, a quick one: Gandhi was not a scrawny little man. Yes, his legs were scrawny and bowed, but he had a barrel chest and a deep, booming voice to match it. More...
The seed as modern Charkha
The Gandhian concept of the charkha was a symbol of self-entrepreneurship, which alone can help the nation protect its bio-diversity and provide sustenance to the poorest of the poor More...
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—Father of the Indian nation and the propounder of ahimsa and truth, was a seeker, environmentalist and humanist, in sum, a Mahatma or Great soul. He played a vital role in India`s struggle for independence from the British colonial role and his life and book, "The Story of My Experiments With Truth" continue to inspire many in their personal quest and in tackling greater issues.

 
Related Links
The World Of Mahatma Gandhi
A comprehensive site about Mahatma Gandhi, his life, work and philosophy. More....
Mahatma Gandhi Research And Media Service
A well-designed site containing extensive information on Mahatma Gandhi and also has a digital image section dedicated to Gandhi and the Indian freedom struggle. More....
Mahatma Gandhi eArchive & Reference Library
MAHATMA GANDHI archive and reference library featuring books, audio, photographs, films and more More....
Related Articles
The return of Gandhi
Gandhism is becoming the flavour of our times as a newly awakened youth discovers the eternal relevance of values like love, truth, and non-violence. Shivi Verma profiles some neo Gandhians
 More...
Turning the other cheek
Our capacity to appreciate Mahatma Gandhi is in direct proportion to our spiritual maturity  More...
India and Universalism
India is a country committed to internationalism or universalism. More...
The Age Of Gandhi
As the world stands on the threshold of a monumental change, leaving behind the debris of communism and capitalism, it is time to look for a new ideology. Could Mahatma Gandhi hold the answers?  More...
And Gandhi Came Alive
A real leader creates leaders. here is the story of how one of india’s finest mentors inspired such dedication from his followers that even today millions are reaping the benefits of their work More...
Gandhigiri - Way to Go
Now that Gandhigiri has been proven to be a viable concept, here’s a deeper look at Gandhian principles and how we can apply them to our lives More...
When Gandhi became God
A moving excerpt from Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai’s short story, death of Gandhi More...
Experimenter of Truth
Mahatma Gandhi is widely recognized as the creator and practitioner of an ideology that honed ahimsa and a staunch commitment to truth into tools of political resistance and activism. More...
In the Footsteps of the Mahatma
Tushar Gandhi, the Mahatma's Grandson and organizer of the recently concluded Dandi march is a transformed man today. More...
Looking for Gandhi
In a world increasingly enamoured with technology and good-living on one hand and giving in to violence on the other, perhaps it is time to rediscover the Mahatma More...
Food for the soul
Gandhi followed a diet patter n that most nutritionists consider an ideal diet. But, to what extent is that diet practical for a modern individual? More...
A living sermon
Mahatma Gandhi's biographer, Louis Fischer, once said that his greatness "lay in doing what everyone could do but doesn't". Gandhi's Salt March to Dandi in 1930 can be examined as a version of this More...
Visionary of peace
We live in troubled times. Ethics are a defunct concept. Given a choice, many would choose to be on the side that wins, even if it calls for wanton bloodshed.So how does  More...
On the right track
Railways enjoyed a special place in Gandhi's journey through life, be it an inspiration for a struggle for human rights, evolution of an ideology, a measure to connect with the masses or his last More...
We need more Gandhis
Gandhi's charkha may have lost its relevance amidst rapid advancements in More...
The ascetic journey
M.K. Gandhi's simple lifestyle was reflective of his higher state of mind and the unsurpassed spirit of More...
Bappu, My friend
For the children living with the Mahatma at his Sabarmati Ashram, he was a friend, guide and a sensitive More...
Feminist sage?
M.K. Gandhi is known to be one of the few people who encouraged women's active participation in the freedom More...
In Gandhi's footsteps
Mahatma Gandhi may be viewed as too idealistic in today's world but his concept of nonviolence is more More...
Where is Gandhi now?
Mahatma Gandhi has come a long way. Amitava Kumar, author, writes in his new book, York: "In America, More...
Experiments with celibacy
An extract from M.K. Gandhi's autobiography More...
Grassroot science
A scientist brings to the fore the need to take science and technology to remote corners of India by building the essential link More...
King of hearts
Gandhi can be considered the most modern political thinker India has ever had. He imbibed the best from the East and the West and evolved a political philosophy that worked miracles. Today, in a More...
Peerless Communicator
As a journalist, Gandhi could have taught a few lessons in mass communication. An effective communicator, fearless and eloquent with his words, he reached out to millions of people and convinced them More...
Ink Notes
Gandhi's handwriting highlights two great aspects of his personality-simplicity and relentless determination More...
Gandhi after Gandhi
There are four Gandhis alive today. Each with his own eccentricities, conveniences and place in the psyche of the society. But which one of these is real, if any? More...
Portrait of nonviolance
Atul Dodiya is one of the finest artists to emerge in modern times. His works have been exhibited all over the world, including Madrid and New York. Collections of his works are with the Anand More...
"You are, therefore I am"
Satish Kumar is the editor of Resurgence, a bi-monthly magazine that provides an international forum for ecological and spiritual thinking, and programme director of London-based Schumacher More...
Other Gandhis
"Freedom is like birth. Till we are fully free, we are slaves." From USA to Myanmar, these words of Gandhi have generated a thousand nonviolent movements, all aimed at one goal: complete freedom More...
The man behind the Mahatma
There are many myths about Gandhi. First, a quick one: Gandhi was not a scrawny little man. Yes, his legs were scrawny and bowed, but he had a barrel chest and a deep, booming voice to match it. More...
The seed as modern Charkha
The Gandhian concept of the charkha was a symbol of self-entrepreneurship, which alone can help the nation protect its bio-diversity and provide sustenance to the poorest of the poor More...
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