Gandhi – The person in timeline

29 Jul

Gandhi in his childhood
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Gandhi in his teens
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in South Africa in 1895
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi as Lawyer
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Gandhi in Videshi outfit at 19 years of age
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Young and handsome Gandhi
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Gandhi with his wife Kasturba after returning from South Africa
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Gandhi with his collegues in South Africa
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Mohandas Gandhi with his friends in South Africa
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Gandhi and his wife Kasturba
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Gandhi preaching a group of people
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Gandhi interacting with his followers sitting in a train
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Gandhi in Downing Street, England
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Gandhi in Downing Street, London, UK
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Gandhi giving speach to his followers
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Gandhi on Salt March
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Gandhi on Dandi March
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Gandhiji lifting the salt
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Mahatma Gandhi with a facial expression of peace
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Gandhi with his supporters in the train
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Gandhiji with two women Manu and Abha
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Gandhiji on a walk with Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
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The two women Manu and Abha as his walking sticks
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Gandhi-Nehru on a happy mood
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Gandhiji and Nehruji on serious discussions for attaining independence to India
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Gandhiji addressing the huge gatherings pertaining to Salt Satyagraha

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Gandhiji with Jinnah in 1944
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Gandhiji popularly known as Bapu with a sweet smile
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Gandhiji along with his followers for Salt Satyagraha
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A young boy leads Gandhiji for a walk
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Gandhiji spinning the wheel
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Bapu reading newspaper
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Gandhi and Kasturba in their old age
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Gandhiji on fast
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Bapu’s last walk for his prayer on January 30, 1948
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Mahatma Gandhi – The Father of India (1869-1948)
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8 Responses to “Gandhi – The person in timeline”

  1. charleyjk4 July 29, 2009 at 4:24 pm #

    Nice Pics of Gandhi.He was indeed the chosen one.His principles of passive resistance and mutual dialogue with the enemy made him a rare and unknown quantity.His likes will never come again.
    Adieu,Baba.

  2. natarajan September 6, 2009 at 3:24 pm #

    sir it is a great thing to save such a wonderful moment

  3. suresh October 3, 2009 at 5:01 pm #

    thank you for such pics,it made me shed a little

  4. Wally the Wombat January 5, 2010 at 8:25 am #

    This is the face of a man who can convince us that we are capable of great things when we set our minds to it. Nothing is impossible. He’s more than the Father of India.

  5. prakash October 1, 2010 at 10:38 am #

    thanku vv much

  6. Gowthami October 2, 2010 at 5:22 am #

    He is the man. Bapu gave us a new India. Long live Bapu in our minds. Jai Ho! Happy Gandhi Jayanthi!

  7. vijay October 10, 2010 at 4:32 am #

    THERE WAS NOT ONLY GANDHI WHO MAKES INDIAN HISTORY.I STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT BECAUSE OF GANDHI INDIA GO BACK NOT FURTHER.THE MOST PROBLEMS IN INDIA RIGHT NOW ARE DUE TO GANDHI AND NEHRU.AS KASHMIR PROBLEM AND MUSLIM PROBLEM IN INDIA

    • Devi April 2, 2011 at 6:19 am #

      Sorry you feel like that Vijay but it was Jinna that wanted Pakistan and the British that crossed lines through villages without thinking about the implications of mass migration. Also it was the British who thought Hindus and Muslims could not live together like the religious extremists, but Gandhi and Nehru did not want a divided India. They were the quintessential example – Hindu and Muslim living, planning, and working together towards the same goal in their beloved India.

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