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April 14, 1934 Durban, South Africa –
May 2, 2023 5:04 a.m. Kolhapur, India

Posted by on May 2, 2023 in Blog | 0 comments

April 14, 1934 Durban, South Africa –  May 2, 2023 5:04 a.m. Kolhapur, India

Very sad news to announce. Photo of Arun Gandhi at the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad, India. April 14, 1934 Durban, South Africa – May 2, 2023 5:04 a.m. Kolhapur, India Arun Gandhi, 5th grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, son of Gandhi’s second child Manilal and Sushila Gandhi, brother to Sita and Ela, and father of Tushar Gandhi and Archana Prasad, has passed away at the age of 89. A memorial service will be held at Phoenix Settlement in Durban, South Africa today at the same time his ceremony takes place in Kolhapur India.  His son Tushar will give the last rights. Arun Gandhi is the founder of Gandhi Legacy Tour which introduces people to the major sites Gandhi...

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Gandhi Legacy Tour of India The Book Available on Amazon

Posted by on Nov 4, 2022 in Blog | 0 comments

Gandhi Legacy Tour of India The Book Available on Amazon

Come along as we chronicle in words and pictures a life-changing journey through the heart of Gandhi’s India. Within these pages are provided an intimate experience of unique philanthropic travel though parts of India and groups that remain closely associated with the impact and phenomena of Gandhi: in the past, at present, and most importantly, in the future. “His was a challenging journey and it changed the world.”  He was a delicate and fragile man with glasses and a customary Hindu waistcloth, used a bamboo walking stick, and had a near-toothless smile. His outward appearance was that of a humble unassuming holy man; and fortified only with terrific bravery...

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Getting to Know Sharpeville Community History

Posted by on Jan 3, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

Getting to Know Sharpeville Community History

Shining a light on Sharpeville history through performing arts.    We enjoyed “A Day in Sharpeville” on our last Satyagraha Tour of South Africa and were kindly hosted by Nicho Ntema, Nina du Toit, Diniso “Gama” Gamakhulu alongside the Sharpeville Gang.  We are coordinating our upcoming 2018 visit with our Sharpeville friends and in the process, we prepared a few “getting to know you” questions for our hosts.  Due to the timing of the interview and that Sharpeville suffered a deadly massacre that shook the world March 21, 1960, we asked if they could lend any advice to the Las Vegas community given we just faced the deadliest...

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Together We ARE #VegasStrong!

Posted by on Oct 5, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Together We ARE #VegasStrong!

We express our deepest sympathies to all affected by the horrific senseless tragedy in Las Vegas October 1, 2017.  Our hearts go out to all those who lost loved ones.  The heinous event occurred on the eve of the October 2 United Nations International Day of Nonviolence named in honor of Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy and birth anniversary.     A frustrated Gandhi commented on October 3, 1947: “Nobody now listens to what I say.”  Photo was taken October 6, 1947 Here we are 70 years later… Real Las #VegasStrong: Many people when they think of Las Vegas, they associate the community with the one-mile strip that attracts 40+ million visitors a year.  In the heart...

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Walking Water in California…
… with Dr. Rajendra Singh ‘The Waterman’

Posted by on May 10, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Walking Water in California… … with Dr. Rajendra Singh ‘The Waterman’

On the recent 2016-2017 Gandhi Legacy Tour of India , led by Arun and Tushar Gandhi, we visited Tarun Bharat Sangh Campus to meet Dr. Rajendra Singh and take field tours of a few water bodies Dr. Singh has “resurrected.”  After two amazing days with Dr. Singh and his community, he informed our group about the upcoming Phase 3 of Walking Water in southern California slated for October 14-28, 2017. “More than a Water Walk, it is a movement!”, Singh has exclaimed.   “WALKING WATER is an invitation, an action, an educational journey and a prayer intended to bring together the voices of the many Peoples of the Eastern Sierra and Los Angeles...

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