Man is neither mere intellect, nor the gross animal body, nor the heart or soul alone. A proper and harmonious combination of all the three is required for the making of the whole man and constitutes the true economics of education. – Gandhi (May 1937) in an article ‘Intellectual Development … Continue reading Gandhi Quote
The title of ‘Mahatma’ to Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi was given by Rabindra Nath tagore when he returned from England to India during 1915 after world war I. Gandhi had built his base and led an influential struggle for Indian merchant community in South Africa.
Abdul Ghaffār Khān (6 February 1890 – 20 January 1988), was a Pashtun independence activist who worked to end the rule of the British Raj in India.
In the meeting of Indian National Congress, Nehru met to the Mahatma Gandhi in 1916. After the event of Jallianwala Bagh massacre he vowed to fight for India with the Britishers.
The image portrays the Mahatma Gandhi’s letter to Gopal Krishna Gokhale, narrating the political development in South Africa in 1903. Besides being a political leader and freedom fighter, Gopal Krishna Gokhle was also the political mentor of Mahatma Gandhi.
The three Round Table Conferences of 1930–32 were a series of peace conferences organized by the British Government and Indian National Congress was participant to discuss constitutional reforms in India.
When Gandhiji was studying in high school, Mr. Giles, a British inspector of school visited his school and asked students to write set of five words as spelling exercise. One of the words was ‘Kettle’.