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  Mahatma Gandhi
Mohandas Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869, in Porbandar, Gujarat, India.
Gandhi was arrested on November 6, 1913 while leading a march of Indian miners in South Africa.
Gandhi translated Tolstoy's "Letter to a Hindu" [1] which was written in 1908 in response to aggressive Indian nationalists, and the two corresponded until Tolstoy's death in 1910.
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 Mahatma Gandhi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gandhi was a mediocre student in his youth at Porbandar and later Rajkot, barely passing the matriculation exam for the University of Bombay in 1887, and joining Samaldas College, Bhavnagar.
Gandhi felt that one should be aware of worshipping the symbols and idols of the religion and not its teachings, such as worshipping the crucifix whilst ignoring its significance as a symbol for self-sacrifice, for example.
Gandhi maintained this was because of the sin committed by upper caste Hindus by not letting untouchables in their temples (Gandhi was committed to the cause of improving the fate of untouchables, referring to them as Harijans, people of Krishna).
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 Encyclopedia: Mohandas Gandhi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Gandhi was also inspired by the American writer Henry David Thoreau's famous essay on “Civil Disobedience." Gandhi's years in South Africa were his formative years as a socio-political activist, when the concepts and techniques of civil disobedience and non-violent resistance were developed.
Gandhi gave up sexual intercourse at the age of 36 and became totally celibate while still married, a course deeply influenced by the Hindu idea of brahmacharya, or spiritual and practical purity, largely associated with celibacy.
Gandhi, also known as Mahatma Gandhi, was born in Porbandar in the present state of Gujarāt on October 2, 1869, and educated in law at University College, London.
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 "Gandhi" -- by John Briley
Gandhi stands with a studied air of defiance as the train pulls away – but when it is gone he is suddenly very aware of his isolation and looks around the cold, dark platform with self-conscious embarrassment.
Gandhi and Walker are approaching the tent from the river, Gandhi discoursing earnestly.
Gandhi is holding a large white head cloth which he is soaking in the water, but his eyes have been arrested by the sight of the women across the river.
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 Manas: History and Politics, Mahatma Gandhi
His father died before Gandhi could finish his schooling, and at thirteen he was married to Kasturba [or Kasturbai], who was even younger.
Though his elders objected, Gandhi could not be prevented from leaving; and it is said that his mother, a devout woman, made him promise that he would keep away from wine, women, and meat during his stay abroad.
Gandhi was powerfully attracted to them, as he was to the texts of the major religious traditions; and ironically it is in London that he was introduced to the Bhagavad Gita.
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 Mahatma Gandhi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (October 2, 1869 - January 30, 1948), known popularly as Mahatma Gandhi (Mahatma - Sanskrit: "great soul"), was one of the founding fathers of the modern Indian state and an influential advocate of Satyagraha (non-violent protest) as a means of revolution.
Gandhi's principle of satyagraha, often roughly translated as "way of truth" or "pursuit of truth", has inspired generations of democratic and anti-racist activists including Martin Luther King, Jr.
Gandhi became even more vocal in his demand for independence during World War II, drafting a resolution calling for the British to Quit India, which soon sparked the largest movement for Indian independence ever, with mass arrests and violence on an unprecedented scale.
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 Rediff On The NeT: Pritish Nandy on the prodigal son   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Harilal alias Abdullah alias Hiralal was an aberration that an orphaned India was anxious to quickly forget, awash as it was in grief.
The degeneration of Harilal, from an affectionate, admiring son into a driven, drunken wreck is brilliantly portrayed by Menon, who captures every subtle nuance through a sustained performance and refuses to be awed by Naseeruddin's inspired portrayal of barrister Gandhi morphing into the Mahatma.
Harilal's helplessness as he watches the father he once loved, for whom he went all the way to South Africa and became a satyagrahi slowly moving away from him and becoming, instead, father to a nation fighting for freedom.
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 H-Net Review: Goolam Vahed on Gandhi's Prisoner?: The Life of Gandhi's Son Manilal
Gandhi believed that this was the most effective way to train for life, at the core of which were human relationships.
With Gandhi spending long periods in prison and elder brother Hiralal preoccupied, Manilal was the "man of the house." His tasks, Gandhi reminded him in 1909, included being guardian of younger brothers Ramdas and Devadas, "looking after aunt Chanchi, nursing mother, and cheerfully bearing her ill temper" (p.
Gandhi's credo of non-violence, which Manilal embraced, left him increasingly in the political wilderness because he was unsure how to react as the Congress Alliance moved towards confrontation with the apartheid government.
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 archive: In the name of the father
In Gandhi's case it was racism at its worst that moved him to action.
In Mahatma vs Gandhi, Feroze's approach was not so much to intellectualise such issues as to draw the drama out of the lives of the Gandhis.
Buddha is primarily a theoretician, Gandhi an activist.
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 Gandhi (1982)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
As soon as I finished watching Gandhi, I thought to myself "This movie had to have won Best Picture." I think it's one of the best epics of all time.
Without a doubt his portrayal of Gandhi is one of the best performances of his career, if not THE best.
Gandhi is a role model for religion (no flame wars)
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 Mahatma Gandhi | Indian Spiritual/Political Leader and Humanitarian
Gandhi helped free the Indian people from British rule through nonviolent resistance, and is honored by his people as the father of the Indian Nation.
The Gandhis had four sons: Harilal and Manilal, born in India, and Ramdas and Devdas born in South Africa.
Gandhi was arrested many times by the British for his activities in South Africa and India.
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 Faith Freedom International :: View topic - A Muslim pretending to be a non-Muslim
Harilal Gandhi was oldest of four sons of M.Gandhi.
Gandhi had no time for this oldest son, as he was busy with his political and social activities in South Africa and India.
Gandhi declared: His conversion to Islam is no gain to Islam and no loss to Hinduism.
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 archive: Oh what a lovely sport!
Harilal-kaka’s unhappy yet vigorous life is effectively conveyed in Mahatma versus Gandhi, though his grandchildren, I know, were pained by the false if dramatic statement early in the play that he was alone and untended when dying in Bombay.
Blaming Gandhi for his political role in the Thirties and Forties, Patrick French, a young British writer, has also come up with the breezy comment that “Gandhi was emotionally and spiritually troubled whereas the Dalai Lama has a very high spiritual realisation”.
We should, I suppose, be shocked that Gandhi was often emotionally and spiritually burdened, though it is also true that again and again his faith and prayers enabled him to bear his burdens.
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 The Official Mahatma Gandhi eArchive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Mahatma v/s Gandhi presents a moving account of the turbulent relationship between Mahatma Gandhi and his eldest son Harilal Gandhi.
The play is based on the Gujarati novel Prakashno Padcchayo, accounts of events drawn from newspaper articles, letters exchanged between Harilal and his father, writings of Gandhian scholars and the biography of Harilal Gandhi.
Mahatma v/s Gandhi is about the anguish of the Mahatma, the man who transformed the soul of a nation and the angst of his son's troubled soul.
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 The Tribune, Chandigarh, India - Arts Tribune
Mahatma, Ba and Harilal, no one seems to have been overshadowed by another as regards their role and Performance.
It was his powerful portrayal of a pitifully weak and potentially incompetent Harilal that resulted in the constant sniffing and sighing from an audience that was mesmerised till the last moment.
The subtlety of its theatre nuances makes “Mahatma vs Gandhi”, a compelling depiction of human inadequacies and strife as also the tremendous strength of character and conviction that it entails.
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 Indo-American Arts Council, Inc.
The play explores the personal anguish of Mahatma Gandhi and his troubled son Harilal Gandhi.
As a young barrister in South Africa, M.K. Gandhi began his initial experiments with truth and his journey
But the brunt of his experiments largely borne by his family.
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 Mahatma Gandhi at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
At the age of 13 Gandhi married Kasturba, who was of his same age.
There is a statue of Gandhi outside the Ferry Building in San Francisco
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