Mahathma Gandhi Rare Photos That You May Not Have Seen Before

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Mahatma Gandhi addressing a prayer meeting.

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March, 1942: Marshal & Madame Chiank Kai-Shek meet Mahatma Gandhi.


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Though Mahatma Gandhi’s always traveled in the third class, his arrival at any station was a source of rejoicing and huge crowds always collected to welcome him.


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Thakin Nu, Burmese Prime Minister, met Mahatama Gandhi in New Delhi in December, 1947.


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Mahatma Gandhi performing the opening ceremony of Kamla Nehru Hospital in Allahabad in 1941. Pandit Mahan Mohan Malavaya is seated next to him and Jivaraj Mehta is seen standing on the extreme right.



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During his Naokhali tour, undertaken to bring about Hindu-Muslim unity, Mahatma Gandhi’s converses with an aged Muslim peasant.


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Manu Gandhi and Abha Gandhi with the blood stained shawl of Mahatma Gandhi.



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Mahatma Gandhi greets an aged Muslim peasant during his tour of Noakhali, undertaken to bring about Hindi-Muslim unity.


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Mahatma Gandhi signing autographs, in return for donations to the Harijan Fund. This happy picture of Gandhi was taken at Juhu in Mumbai where he spent an occasional rest.


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Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur and Shrimati Kasturba Gandhi photographed during the Haripura Congress Session in 1939.


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Mahatma Gandhi with Mohammad Ali Jinnah.


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April,1942: Sir Stafford Cripps and Mahatma Gandhi.


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On March 27, 1942 Mahatma Gandhi called at 3, Queen Victoria Road, New Delhi, and had an interview lasting over two hours with Sir Stafford Cripps. Sir Stafford Cripps sees Gandhiji to her car, as journalists surround the leader and ask questions.

Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once portrayed Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi as “a rebellious Middle Temple legal advisor, now acting like a fakir of a sort surely understood in the East, striding half-exposed up the Vice’s progressions glorious castle.” 

A symbol of peace and resistance, Gandhi’s thoughtful noncompliance development once aided wrest the country from the hands of the British. Gandhi, who was conceived in Porbandar in Gujarat on October 2, 1869, was at the front line of the peaceful battle for opportunity from the colonizers. 


As India commends his introduction to the world commemoration today in the midst of stressing reports of common viciousness and rising religious prejudice, here are a few previews from his life that will help its nationals to remember his legacy of agreement and acknowledgment.