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KHOJ: Ahinsa aur Shaanti Program on Gandhi Jayanti CJP's Educational Program for a Plural India

On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti this year KHOJ organised an event titled “Ahinsa aur Shaanti” at Nadkarni Park School in Wadala for over 50 students from the Marathi, Urdu and Hindi medium schools. These students participated and performed in the event. KHOJ is an Education for a Plural India movement. It is an innovative…

We are violent! A blog on 150 years of Gandhi

“My religion is based on truth and non-violence. Truth is my God. Non-violence is the means of realising Him” said Mahatma Gandhi. Thanks to him, perhaps the greatest gifts which modern India has given to the world are his doctrines of ‘Ahimsa’(Non-violence) and ‘Satyagraha’ (the force of Truth). Appropriately enough, from 2007 (due to the…

गांधीजी को किसने मारा और क्यों ? आज़ाद हिंदुस्तान का पहला आंतकवादी हमला

क्या आपको मालूम है की गाँधीजी को मारने की पांच विफल कोशिशों के बाद , छठा सफल हुआ। उन्हें मारने की पहली कोशिश 1934 में हुई थी। तो कौन था जिसे गांधीजी से इतने गिले शिक़वे थे ? किसकी संकीर्ण, खूनी विचारधारा में गांधीजी जैसे महानुभाव की कोई जगह नहीं थी। और वो कौन है…

H.S. Doreswamy: Karnataka’s Foot Soldier Meet one of Bapu's greatest supporters and most devoted follower

On the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, meet one of his greatest supporters and most devoted followers… HS Doreswamy. A veteran freedom fighter, school teacher and social activist, Doreswamy dedicated his life to the struggle for Indian Independence. In his youth, he was incarcerated by the colonial machinery for destroying imperial administrative documents and letters.…

Paying the Price A Tribute to Mahatma Gandhi

Exactly seventy years ago on 30 January 1948, Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated. On his death, in an impromptu and highly emotional radio address to the nation, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the then Prime Minister of India said, “the light has gone out of our lives and there is darkness everywhere.” Nehru went on to add, The…

Who killed Gandhi? Remembering Bapu and his cold blooded murder

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, fondly called ‘Bapu’ and ‘Mahatma’, and regarded as Father of the Nation, was shot dead by Nathuram Godse on January 30, 1948. Here is a reminder of the dark forces behind Gandhi’s cold blooded murder and why their ideological allies need to be stopped.  

India’s Gang of Supremacists Is Killing Mahatma Gandhi All over Again The "father of the nation" is now being targeted by a campaign of animosity and disrespect.

Again and again, not satisfied with the physical assassination of the man named ‘Father of the Nation,’ a barrister by profession and one of the leaders of India’s struggle for freedom, ‘they’ kill Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi). January 30 is the death anniversary of the man, and this year the date marked the 68th…

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