Gandhiji – A 2ndlook

MOHANDAS KARAMCHAND GANDHI, right, with his brother Laxmidas in an image from 1886. Gandhi was very attached to his oldest brother. After their father passed away, it was Laxmidas who arranged for funds to send his younger brother abroad to study law at University College London. 2 October 2011 marks the 142nd birth anniversary of the Mahatma. (Image, text, source and courtesy - caravanmagazine.in). Click for source.

MOHANDAS KARAMCHAND GANDHI, right, with his brother Laxmidas in an image from 1886. Gandhi was very attached to his oldest brother. After their father passed away, it was Laxmidas who arranged for funds to send his younger brother abroad to study law at University College London. 2 October 2011 marks the 142nd birth anniversary of the Mahatma. (Image, text, source and courtesy - caravanmagazine.in). Click for source.

One may admire, adore or agree with the Mahatma.

Even worship. Or abhor, as some do.

But it has always been 2ndlook’s attempt to look at things – differently.

Gandhiji deserves no less. Not for his sake, but ours.

There has been no post on Gandhiji, for sometime, because there is so much that needs a 2ndlook.

Some of the images that accompany these posts are good reason to look at the post.

For the flavor of the times.

2ndlook at Gandhiji

Between a rock and hard place

India’s Biggest Success – Gandhiji

4000 Years – Hittites & Gandhiji

Two Aryans – Hitler and Gandhiji

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Posted on October 1, 2011, in Britain, British Raj, Desert Bloc, Politics, Propaganda, Westernization /Christianity and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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