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  Herb Rubenstein Consulting
Arun Ghandi is the grandson of Mahatma Ghandi.
Ghandi told him that he was not moving and told the man, “You do whatever you think is right.” The other passenger went to get the security force for the train.
Ghandi says that the purpose of every leader is to look for the welfare of all of the people, not just those in his or her immediate family, society, culture or country.
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 Ghandi - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Ghandi giving a speech in the water by the beach during the great salt march.
When a bank of cumulus clouds massed near Ghandi’s palace in New Delhi, he accused them of being “Enemies of the People” and ordered them to be shot, resulting in what is now known as the Cloud Wars.
While Ghandi’s power was uncontested (in part due to the mass executions he ordered), perhaps the greatest threat to his power came from his hedonistic drug addiction, from inhaling carbon monoxide and chlorine to his kitten huffing habit.
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 Arun Ghandi Offends The Jewish People
A relative of Mahatma Gandhi has resigned from a peace institute after drawing condemnation for comments he made in an online forum that Israel and Jews "are the biggest players" in a global culture of violence.
Arun Ghandi Was the Fifth Grandson of Mahatma Ghandi
Ghandi was born in 1869, he was a British-educated lawyer, and is called 'Father of the Nation'.
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 Mid Term Papers: Term Papers on Mahatma Ghandi
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Ghandi preached non violence, he once said "Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind.
Mohandas K. Ghandi was born in 1869 to Hindu parents in Western India.
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 Mahatma Gandhi, the Missing Laureate
Mohandas Karamchand – known as Mahatma or "Great-Souled" – Gandhi was born in Porbandar, the capital of a small principality in what is today the state of Gujarat in Western India, where his father was prime minister.
She and the rest of the Gandhi family belonged to a branch of Hinduism in which non-violence and tolerance between religious groups were considered very important.
Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on 30 January 1948, two days before the closing date for that year's Nobel Peace Prize nominations.
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 Mahatma Gandhi Album: Gandhi: A Biography
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948), also known as Mahatma Gandhi, was born in Porbandar in the present day state of Gujarat in India on October 2, 1869.
In 1930 the Mahatma proclaimed a new campaign of civil disobedience, calling upon the Indian population to refuse to pay taxes, particularly the tax on salt.
Arrested twice, the Mahatma fasted for long periods several times; these fasts were effective measures against the British, because revolution might well have broken out in India if he had died.
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 Mahatma Gandhi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
According to his wish, the majority of Gandhi's ashes were immersed in all the major rivers of the world such as The Nile, Volga, Thames, etc. Also, a small portion was sent to Paramahansa Yogananda from Dr. V.M. Nawle, (a publisher and journalist from Poona, India) encased in a brass and silver coffer.
The centennial commemorative statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the center of downtown Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.
Mahatma Gandhi was to receive the Prize in 1948, but his assassination prevented the award from coming to him.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mahatma_Gandhi   (8257 words)

 Eulogy - Mahatma Ghandi
Mahatma Mohandas Ghandi Funeral Eulogy by Jawaharlal Nehru
Mahatma means "great soul," an honorific Gandhi earned by his powerful nonviolent political and spiritual leadership in India before and after it achieved independence.
Gandhi differed from other leaders in that he refused to profit from the misfortunes of the oppressor, insisting that his adversaries be won over by the moral rightness of his position.
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 Mahatma Gandhi - An Average Man - Nadesan Satyendra
Mahatma Gandhi and Tamils - Sachi Sri Kantha, 15 June 1991
Mahatma Gandhi -The South African Gandhi : an abstract of the speeches and writings of M. Gandhi, 1893-1914
Mahatma Gandhi was an average man - at least, that is how he regarded himself.
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 ::Mahatma Gandhi::
Mahatma Gandhi became one of the pivotal figures, if not the main figure, in India's history in the Twentieth Century.
Mahatma Gandhi was born in 1869 and he died in 1948.
Just ten days later on the 30th January, he was assassinated by a Hindu fanatic who could not forgive Gandhi for his belief that Muslims had equal value to Hindus and no-one was better than anybody else.
www.historylearningsite.co.uk /mahatma_ghandi.htm   (494 words)

 Mahatma Gandhi Memorial - Washington D.C.
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial - Washington D.C. (1869-1948) was a pivotal world figure of the 20th century.
Gandhi renounced all worldly possession, devoting his life to work for the dignity and uplift of the downtrodden.
Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Prime Minister of India dedicated the Gandhi Memorial in the distinguished presence of H.E. William J. Clinton, President of the United States on September 16, 2000 during his state visit to the United States.
www.indianembassy.org /gandhi   (92 words)

 Resources: Mahatma Ghandi's Unfinished Work
WHEN ITALIAN prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, a self-appointed spokesman for the West, asserted last week the “superiority of our civilization,” one wonders what Mahatma Gandhi would have made of it.
At last, war against civilians, the main mode of war for half a century, is seen for what it is. The American response must enshrine both of these epiphanies-by resisting terrorism, but without an indiscriminate war.
Mahatma Gandhi’s faith in the power of truth and in the readiness; of human beings to change when faced with truth has never been a more vivid image of hope.
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 Articles - Mahatma Gandhi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mahatma Gandhi was the charismatic intellectual and mass-movement more...
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi "Father of the nation" -Mahatma Gandhi Born October 2, 1869 Porbandar, Gujarat, India Died January 30, 1948 New Delhi, India Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (October 2, 1869 - January 30, 1948), (Devanagari), called Mahatma Gandhi, was the charismatic leader who brought the cause of India's independence from British colonial rule to world attention.
The word "Mahatma," while often mistaken for Gandhi's given name, is taken from the Sanskrit term of reverence "mahatman," meaning "great souled." The title "Mahatma" was accorded Gandhi in 1915 by his admirer Rabindranath Tagore (the first Indian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature).
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 *Mahatma Gandhi, Nonviolence* MARK SHEPARD'S GANDHI PAGE *Mohandas Gandhi, Not "Ghandi," Non-Violence, Small Scale ...
Here you’ll find resources for exploring Mahatma Gandhi (or Mohandas Gandhi, but not “Ghandi”), the Gandhi Movement, nonviolence (or non-violence), peacemaking, small scale alternatives, and simple living—all from Gandhian journalist and “alternative lifestylist” Mark Shepard.
The story of Vinoba, Mahatma Gandhi’s “spiritual successor,” and of the campaigns he led in pursuit of a “nonviolent revolution.”
Info on Mark’s books about Mahatma Gandhi, the Gandhi Movement, nonviolence, and small scale alternatives.
markshep.com /nonviolence   (332 words)

His title Mahatma (Great Soul) connotes his spiritual reputation.
The Mahatma used his religious power for social reforms and the abolition of the caste system.
Gandhi was born in India but studied law in London, and in 1893 went to South Africa, where he spent 20 years opposing discriminatory legislation against Indians.
www.hyperhistory.com /online_n2/people_n2/persons6_n2/gandhi.html   (167 words)

 The Man - The Mahatma
The life of Mahatma Gandhi from his birth to his unfortunate death.
This section has been thoroughly researched upon and is a useful resource for learning about the various events that occured in Mahatma Gandhi's life which moulded him into a person that he was.This is the most exhaustive section of the site and it covers twenty-one pages of original content.
A section on the 'ashram' set up by Mahatma Gandhi containing the explanation of the importance and significance of the 'ashram'.
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 LÖPA Berlin - Biography of Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)
LÖPA Berlin - Biography of Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in 1869 in India and was murded in 1948 by the fanatic Hindu Nathuram Godsey.
Written November 1997 by Rio Schmidt, Berlin, Germany.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/Lobby/8522/gand_eng.html   (2187 words)

 Mahatma Gandhi Quotes - The Quotations Page
Always aim at complete harmony of thought and word and deed.
I think it would be a good idea.
Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization
www.quotationspage.com /quotes/Mahatma_Gandhi   (564 words)

GandhiJI helped free the Indian people from British rule through nonviolent resistance, and is honored by Indians as the father of the Indian Nation.
At the age of 13 Gandhi married Kasturba, a girl the same age.
Vande Mataram,National Emblem of India, National Animal of India, National Bird of India, National Tree of India, National Flower of India, National Fruit of India.
www.indianchild.com /mahatma_gandhi.htm   (456 words)

 MySpace.com - Mahatma Ghandi - 102 - Male - Porbandar - www.myspace.com/mahatma__ghandi
MySpace.com - Mahatma Ghandi - 102 - Male - Porbandar - www.myspace.com/mahatma__ghandi
He was shot to death by a Hindu fanatic in 1948.
He was given the name "Mahatma" by the people of India.
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 Mahatma Gandhi on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Mahatma Gandhi Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi October 2, 1869 – January 30, 1948) was a prominent political leader of India and its struggle for independence from the British Empire.
He was the pioneer and perfector of Satyagraha - the resistance of tyranny through mass civil disobedience strongly founded upon ahimsa (total non-violence) — which led India to independence, and has inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world.
Gandhi employed the technique in organizing poor farmers in India to protest oppressive taxation and extensive discrimination, and carried it forward on the national stage to protest oppressive laws made by a foreign government.
www.flickr.com /photos/bootbearwdc/114349563/in/set-72157594448845524   (1163 words)

 BBC - History - Mohandas Gandhi (1869 - 1948)
Known as 'Mahatma' (great soul), Gandhi was the leader of the Indian nationalist movement against British rule, and is widely considered the father of his country.
His doctrine of non-violent protest to achieve political and social progress has been hugely influential.
BBC News: The Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi
www.bbc.co.uk /history/historic_figures/gandhi_mohandas.shtml   (473 words)

 *Mahatma Gandhi, Nonviolence* MARK SHEPARD'S GANDHI PAGE *Mohandas Gandhi, Not "Ghandi," Non-Violence, Small Scale ...
Here you’ll find resources for exploring Mahatma Gandhi (or Mohandas Gandhi, but not “Ghandi”), the Gandhi Movement, nonviolence (or non-violence), peacemaking, small scale alternatives, and simple living—all from Gandhian journalist and “alternative lifestylist” Mark Shepard.
The story of Vinoba, Mahatma Gandhi’s “spiritual successor,” and of the campaigns he led in pursuit of a “nonviolent revolution.”
Info on Mark’s books about Mahatma Gandhi, the Gandhi Movement, nonviolence, and small scale alternatives.
www.markshep.com /nonviolence   (332 words)

 Peace and non-violence
Mahatma Gandhi on Muslim massacres of Hindus and Sikhs: "I would tell the Hindus to face death cheerfully if the Muslims are out to kill them.
I would be a real sinner if after being stabbed I wished in my last moment that my son should seek revenge.
"Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolent resistance against an oppressor is surely one of the most admirable political phenomena of the 20th century.
markhumphrys.com /peace.html   (2502 words)

 Race Matters - Mahatma Ghandi
Furthermore, he was so hostile to modern civilization that he was unable to appreciate its complex dialectic or offer a meaningful narrative.
Nevertheless, Gandhi's life and thought had an enormous impact on the Indian nation, and he continues to be widely revered—known before and after his assassination as Mahatma, the Great Soul.
Bhikhu Parekh is Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Politics at the University of Hull.
www.racematters.org /mahatmaghandi.htm   (258 words)

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