Celebrating 141 years of the Mahatma
Non-violence and peace are all best exemplified with one name - Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948), also known as Mahatma Gandhi.
Residing in the minds of millions, Gandhiji was able to unite India like none other.
Let's take a look at some exemplary moments from his life and times, that made him the Mahatma that the world has come to revere.
Mohandas K. Gandhi with his wife, Kasturba, on their return to India from South Africa in 1915.
Crowds gather to hear Gandhi speak next to the Sabarmati River.
The Mahatma delivering a sermon to his followers.
Gandhiji in one of his endeavours for Satya Graha.
In this picture taken on March 1930, Gandhi is pictured with his followers during the famous salt march to Dandi in the western Indian state of Gujarat.
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Mahatma Gandhi (right) with fellow delegate Madan Mohan Malaviya aboard the S.S. Rajputana en route to the Second Round Table Conference on Dominion Status for India (September - December 1931) in London.
Mahatma Gandhi with fellow passengers aboard the S.S. Rajputana en route to the Second Roundtable Conference on Dominion Status for India.
The Mahatma in one of his many public meetings.
Mahatma Gandhi, left, interviewed by reporter James A. Mills in Borsad, India, 1931.
Mahatma Gandhi, center, accompanied by Abha Gandhi, left, and Dr. Sushila Nayyar, right, one of his attendants during his illness, is shown walking in the garden of Birla House, New Delhi, India, October 2, 1947, as he celebrated his 78th birthday. H.S. Suhrawardy, former chief minister of Bengal Province, is at extreme left, rear).
Mahatma Gandhi, is carried from his main house to the Garden area after breaking a five-day fast in New Delhi, India on January 21, 1948.
In this photo, Mahatma Gandhi, right, with Indira Gandhi.
Mahatma Gandhi chatting with Jawaharlal Nehru in the doorway of the house where they conferred in Wardha, Bombay, September 9, 1942. At far left is Gandhi's secretary, Mahadev Desai.
The unstoppable Gandhi, who always advocated a policy of non-violent non-cooperation to achieve independence for India, is seen here walking with Manu Gandhi (L), his grand-daughter.
Mahatma Gandhi with his followers before a meeting.
Mahatma Gandhi and Madeleine Slade (Mirabehn) aboard the S.S. Rajputana en route to the Second Round Table Conference on Dominion Status for India.