Meet Mahatma Gandhi

On his 150th birth anniversary, here's the story of one of the world's most iconic champions of social justice and non violence. From being a rebellious teenager to leading India in its struggle for complete independence, this is the life of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the Father of the Nation.

02/10/2019 2:57 AM
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  • Gale G.
    6 days

    Anyone really seeking truth and meaning: read "The Present" by Global Truth Project. It talks about Gandhi and some of his most powerful ideas

  • Justindhas
    18/02/2021 13:36

    Glory full message

  • Zafar H.
    11/02/2021 06:50

    He was the name of inspire.

  • Rama K.
    08/02/2021 15:28

    From 1846 to 1918 those British men killed ALL the freedom fighters in Indian Soil, who fought for the freedom of our country and this man came into light after he started Satyagraha movement after the Jallianwala bagh massacre without fighting back and you think the British men gave up on this Old Man who can't fight with them having only a Stick in his hand?

  • Surya N.
    07/02/2021 14:11

    The facts given here are far from truth.

  • Arun K.
    29/01/2021 13:28

    He lead India into no where. British left India on their volition, not by compulsion of Gandhi led useless Satyagraha. Stupidity has no reason. British neither feared Gandhi not Congress. Like other colonies they left India also by partitioning it at their mercy. Gandhi did nothing but silently presided over Partition, hence a burden to India though we condemn his killing.

  • Himanshu R.
    29/01/2021 10:31

    Father of India 🙏

  • Uran R.
    23/01/2021 17:21

    Why..have u( & yr close ones) agreed batuwara in Front of colonial British Empire ? Tdy..Hindustan must hav been 🌍🌍🌏

  • Jagdish S.
    10/01/2021 16:57

    Nothing to talk about this person. Just forgive and forget

  • Abhijit P.
    07/01/2021 08:02

    Chor टाकला

  • Mathew M.
    31/12/2020 19:54

    Its Non violence against the British,but v are Violent against our Own brethren of India

  • Jayram T.
    29/12/2020 16:41

    1.Why didn't Gandhi participate in Independence struggle till he attained 51? 2.why didn't he strongly oppose the presence of the British in India? 3.why wasn't he punished sivierly by the British, while he was in the jail? 4.Isn't it true,as he opposed only some rules proposed by the British,but not their rule in India? 5.Why did he make lakhs of Indian youth to join in British army at the time of both Ist and II world wars? 6.why does anyone say that his is a non-voilent method of Independence struggle,when hundreds and thousands of Indians were brutally killed by the British? 7.why didn't he follow the proposal of 'Sampoorna Svaraaj'proudly announced by the INC in 1930? 8.why didn't he obyed for the DO OR DIE policy initially? 9.why didn't he agree to make Sardaar Vallabhabhayee Patel the Prime Minister of India? 10.why did he think that British rule is comparatively better than Indians rule India?

  • Avanindra H.
    27/12/2020 07:20

    He was a great human being who sacrificed for our country

  • Sabari N.
    26/12/2020 17:45

    How could be Mahatma Gandhi would be the father of nation where the nation is 4500 years old and Mahatma Gandhi was born only 150 years ago no offensive this is freedom of expression in democracy 😁

  • Makhdoom I.
    26/12/2020 17:11

    i love & inspired by great mahatama sahab love from pakistan

  • Vn B.
    26/12/2020 12:27

    Sardar patel is the father of nation He integrated 550princely states into indian union like Junagarh kashmir and Hydrabad After the loss of Lanka Burma and pakistan the merger of small kingdoms which were not a part of British india made India made big country

  • Ammad S.
    26/12/2020 10:37

    But Jinnah was intelligent and gentlemen both are great leaders both Jinnah and Gandhi start life from a failures

  • Manish S.
    26/12/2020 08:53

    Your father not mine.

  • Mohd H.
    25/12/2020 18:53

    Subhanallah 🤲🤲🤲🕋🕋🕋⚔️🇮🇳⚔️🗡️🗡️🗡️👮

  • Anita H.
    25/12/2020 18:40

    RIP a great leader

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