Posts Tagged "Tushar Gandhi"

Gandhi Tour in Progress Cited by Times of India

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Gandhi Tour in Progress Cited by Times of India

Times of India caught up with the Gandhi Tour legacy travelers as they toured parts of Gujarat, visiting institutions that were set up by the Mahatma or were inspired by his philosophy, during the annual pilgrimage. AHMEDABAD JAN 5, 2015: Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson Arun Gandhi, 80, and his son Tushar, 54, visited Sabarmati Ashram on Sunday. The two were leading the annual Gandhi Tour that Arun and his group of select students from University of Rochester’s MK Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, have been undertaking for the past 16 years. Arun is the son of Manilal Gandhi, Mahatma’s second son. Speaking to Times of India about the Gandhi Tour visit to...

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New Film Sheds Light on Who Killed Gandhi?

Posted by on Oct 14, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

New Film Sheds Light on Who Killed Gandhi?

How did M.K. Gandhi die and who killed him? These questions have never been adequately answered when looking at the life and biography of Mahatma Gandhi.   Who Killed Gandhi? is the definitive documentary film inquiry into a deeply entrenched conspiracy that has remained only a footnote in history.  It reveals an epic battle of clashing religious and political ideologies through interviews with historians, journalists, eyewitnesses and unprecedented access to the families of Mahatma Gandhi, his assassin Nathuram Godse, and the conspiracy that precipitated it. (Enjoy this short trailer featuring commentary from Gandhi Tour leader  and great grandson Tushar Gandhi, author...

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What Does India’s Youth Really Need?

Posted by on Sep 10, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

What Does India’s Youth Really Need?

India is a young nation, and a nation of the young. If pundits are to be believed, it is time to hand over the reins of the nation into the hands of the youth and let them forge a nation of their dreams and expectations. But is there a single, common, united face of young India? Like everything else Indian, unfortunately not, as Gandhi’s great grandson Tushar Gandhi explains passionately …  Source: Tushar Gandhi Oped: Financial Chronicle India Columnists write about the power of the youth. In the recent past, youth power has been apparent on the streets of India and it even seemed as if the nation’s young were restless and ready to rise. However, if one...

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Gandhi Legacy Tour Twice!

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Gandhi Legacy Tour Twice!

Gandhi Legacy Tour Imagine, coming from the sterile and serene surroundings we all come from in the US and other developed countries, and landing in a place so foreign and different from anything you’ve ever known. Stepping off the airplane into an airport full of brown faces, many people just waiting and lying down on blankets or eating in groups, noise and chatter and disruption and wonderment and smells and sights and people dressed in clothes you only see in magazines and restrooms that challenge your very sense of what’s normal and words you do not recognize and money with a picture of Gandhi’s smiling face….Welcome to the first taste of the Gandhi Legacy Tour and...

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Tushar Gandhi from the Heart!

Posted by on May 20, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Tushar Gandhi from the Heart!

Here is a video featuring Tushar Gandhi, great grandson of Mahatma Gandhi. He shares with us from the heart.     “My grandmother told me as a kid she told me that I was like a sapling that had taken root under the shadow of a massive tree and no matter what I did I would not be able to move out of that showdown and so it was up me whether I use the protection of that tree to flourish or treat it as a curse and be shriveled up and stunted.” Tushar Gandhi Speaks at Salisbury University April 2013 NOTE: To book speaking engagements with Tushar Gandhi or Arun Gandhi please email: Speaker Inquiry About Tushar A. Gandhi: Born on 17th January 1960. Tushar 1996 was appointed...

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