MAHATMA GANDHI A FEW PHOTOS 1931-40{ALSO ALONG WITH INDIAN VOLUNTEERS IN WORLD WAR -1- THE FIRST PHOTO}







Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi 
(1869 – 1948)

Gandhi in his childhood

Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi in his teens

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in South Africa in 1895
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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi as Lawyer
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Gandhi in Videshi outfit at 19 years of age
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Young and handsome Gandhi
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi with his wife Kasturba after returning from South Africa
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi with his collegues in South Africa
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Mohandas Gandhi with his friends in South Africa
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi


Gandhi, Gokhale, Kallenbach-1912


Gandhi and his wife Kasturba
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi preaching a group of people
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi interacting with his followers sitting in a train
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi in Downing Street, England
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi in Downing Street, London, UK
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Gandhi giving speach to his followers
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi on Salt March
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Gandhi on Dandi March
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Gandhiji lifting the salt
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Mahatma Gandhi with a facial expression of peace
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhi with his supporters in the train
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Gandhiji with two women Manu and Abha
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Gandhiji on a walk with Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
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The two women Manu and Abha as his walking sticks
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Gandhi-Nehru on a happy mood
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Gandhiji and Nehruji on serious discussions for attaining independence to India
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Gandhiji addressing the huge gatherings pertaining to Salt Satyagraha
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhiji with Jinnah in 1944
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhiji popularly known as Bapu with a sweet smile
Gandhiji along with his followers for Salt Satyagraha
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
A young boy leads Gandhiji for a walk
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Gandhiji spinning the wheel
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Bapu reading newspaper
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Gandhi and Kasturba in their old age
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Gandhiji on fast
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Bapu’s last walk for his prayer on January 30, 1948
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi
Mahatma Gandhi – The Father of India (1869-1948)
Young Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi



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Gandhi Irwin Pact.



Gandhi-Irwin Pact


After the conclusion of the First Round Table Conference,


 the British government realized that the cooperation of the Indian National Congress was necessary for further advancement in the making of the Indian constitution. Thus, Lord Irwin, the Viceroy, extended an invitation to Gandhi for talks. Gandhi agreed to end the Civil Disobedience Movement without laying down any preconditions.
The agreement between Gandhi and Irwin was signed on March 5, 1931. Following are the salient points of this agreement:
  1. The Congress would discontinue the Civil Disobedience Movement.
  2. The Congress would participate in the Round Table Conference.
  3. The Government would withdraw all ordinances issued to curb the Congress.
  4. The Government would withdraw all prosecutions relating to offenses not involving violence.
  5. The Government would release all persons undergoing sentences of imprisonment for their activities in the civil disobedience movement.
The pact shows that the British Government was anxious to bring the Congress to the conference table.

Second Round Table Conference

The second session of the conference opened in London on September 7, 1931. The main task of the conference was done through the two committees on federal structure and minorities. Gandhi was a member of both but he adopted a very unreasonable attitude. He claimed that he represented all India and dismissed all other Indian delegates as non-representative because they did not belong to the Congress.
The communal problem represented the most difficult issue for the delegates. Gandhi again tabled the Congress scheme for a settlement, a mere reproduction of the Nehru Report, but all the minorities rejected it.
As a counter to the Congress scheme, the Muslims, the depressed classes, the Indian Christians, the Anglo-Indians, and the Europeans presented a joint statement of claims which they said must stand as an interdependent whole. As their main demands were not acceptable to Gandhi, the communal issue was postponed for future discussion.
Three important committees drafted their reports; the Franchise Committee, the Federal Finance Committee and States Inquiry Committee.
On the concluding day, the British Prime Minister, Ramsay MacDonald appealed to the Indian leaders to reach a communal settlement. Failing to do so, he said, would force the British government would take a unilateral decision.
Quaid-i-Azam did not participate in the session of the Second Round Table Conference as he had decided to keep himself aloof from the Indian politics and to practice as a professional lawyer in England.
On his return to India, Gandhi once again started Civil Disobedience Movement and was duly arrested.



Gandhi Departure for England.1931
Mohandas Gandhi and fellow activist, Manibehn Patel, on the day of his departure for England in 1931.





Gandhi London rain
GANDHI AT DOWNING STRRET





Gandhi Naidu London
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Gandhi in Switzerland and Italy.
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Karachi Congress.
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Bombay Chronicle January 26 1931
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Bhagat Singh's execution Lahore Tribune Front page
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Gandhi to Tagore 1932

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Gandhi Abbas Tyabji
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Gandhi and Malavia 1934
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Gandhi in Bihar after the earthquake
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Efficacy of Bardoli programme
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Nehru Gandhi 1937.
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Bose Gandhi 1938


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Gandhi Simla 1939
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Gandhi at the telephone
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Gandhi fasting at Rajkot.
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Gandhi at Simla
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Gandhi to Hitler

Gandhi microscope


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Gandhi, Patel and Maulana Azad Sept 1940



Tagore Gandhi
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Kasturba Gandhi 1940
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Jinnah Periyar ambedkar
Gandhi Shantiniketan 1940
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Gandhi-Tagore.
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Abdul Ghaffar Khan and Gandhi in 1940
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Gandhi Patel 1940


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  protest in Bombay after Gandhi's arrest 1931
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