Humanity's Beloved Champion of
2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948
The world should never forget the
philosophy of "Non-Violence"
that Mahatma Gandhi did beget.
Of Truth . . . Of Peace . . .
His non-violent resistance
Did Not Cease!
As the very depth of his Soul
was put to the test . . .
Mahatma Gandhi continued
in his destined journey of
Gandhi (right) with his eldest brother Laxmidas in 1886.
Gandhi and his wife Kasturba (1902)
The whole world beheld Gandhi's
unshakeable, steadfast stance
during an unjust time in history -
utterly unjust in every way -
and subjection ruled Gandhi's
beloved India night and day!
In the face of colonial occupation
which ruled with discrimination,
Gandhi undertook an enormous
task of chance: he embarked
upon a "non-violence"
path so that India could
become an independent Nation.
Gandhi bravely led the way for
independence, human rights and freedoms; with patience,
peaceful resistance &
Video Courtesy, DW Documentary
Even though "non-violence" was
the core foundation of Gandhi's
determination to become an
independent nation . . .
violence would not be silenced!
The horrific assassination of
took center stage on a global scale:
a most mournful and darkened day.
Video Courtesy, British Pathé
The name, "Mahatma Gandhi"
together with his diligent work of
"Peace, Truth & Non-Violence"
for the Rights & Freedoms
of beloved India and
the whole of Humanity . . .
SHALL FOREVER BE DEEPLY
ETCHED IN ETERNITY!
Gandhi's Last Fast.
May the Whole World proudly
"Peace, Truth & Non-Violence;"
forever advancing the
rights & freedoms of Humanity that shall
never be silenced.
Welcome to the
National Gandhi Museum
The National Gandhi Museum or Gandhi Memorial Museum is a museum located in New Delhi, India showcasing the life and principles of Mahatma Gandhi. The museum first opened in Mumbai, shortly after Gandhi was assassinated in 1948. The museum relocated several times before moving to Raj Ghat, New Delhi in 1961. [Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia]
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