Rare Images and Quotes of Mahatma Gandhi













 


<p> Rare image of Mahatma Gandhi (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, 1869 - 1948), taken in 1945. Getty Images</p>
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi leaves the home of Muhammad Ali Jinnah (1876 - 1948)  founder of the Muslim League en route to the Viceroy's Lodge in Delhi. Getty Images
<p> Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi leaves the home of Muhammad Ali Jinnah (1876 - 1948)  founder of the Muslim League en route to the Viceroy's Lodge in Delhi. Getty Images</p>
Mahatma Gandhi talks to women of Darwen, Lancashire during his visit to England. Getty Images
<p> Mahatma Gandhi talks to women of Darwen, Lancashire during his visit to England. Getty Images</p>
Crowd flanked Mahatma Gandhi when he left the Friends' Meeting House, Euston Road, after attending the Round Table Conference on Indian constitutional reform. Getty Images
<p> Crowd flanked Mahatma Gandhi when he left the Friends' Meeting House, Euston Road, after attending the Round Table Conference on Indian constitutional reform. Getty Images</p>
In this photo, Mahatma Gandhi is seen leaving Maor Ville, his Simla residence, during the Leaders Conference. He is helped to his car by his doctor Sushelia Nayyer, right, and Susila Ben, left, and accompanied by his private secretary Mr Piare Lal. Getty Images
<p> In this photo, Mahatma Gandhi is seen leaving Maor Ville, his Simla residence, during the Leaders Conference. He is helped to his car by his doctor Sushelia Nayyer, right, and Susila Ben, left, and accompanied by his private secretary Mr Piare Lal. Getty Images</p>
Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba meet Charlie Chaplin at the home of Dr Katral in Canning Town, east London. Getty Images
<p> Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba meet Charlie Chaplin at the home of Dr Katral in Canning Town, east London. Getty Images</p>
Accompanied by Mrs Sarojini Naidu, Mahatma Gandhi is pictured at Boulogne station, on the way to England to attend the Round Table Conference as the representative of Indian citizens. Getty Images
<p> Accompanied by Mrs Sarojini Naidu, Mahatma Gandhi is pictured at Boulogne station, on the way to England to attend the Round Table Conference as the representative of Indian citizens. Getty Images</p>
Mahatma Gandhi and Pandit Nehru chat at the All-India Congress committee meeting at Bombay. Getty Images
<p> Mahatma Gandhi and Pandit Nehru chat at the All-India Congress committee meeting at Bombay. Getty Images</p>
Viscount Mountbatten (1900 - 1979), the new Viceroy of India and his wife Edwina (1901 - 1960) invite Mahatma Gandhi to the Viceroy's house in Delhi, ...
Mahatma Gandhi takes a rickshaw on his way by rickshaw to the Viceregal Lodge to meet the Viceroy of India as people throng to catch a glimpse of him. Getty Images
<p> Mahatma Gandhi takes a rickshaw on his way by rickshaw to the Viceregal Lodge to meet the Viceroy of India as people throng to catch a glimpse of him. Getty Images</p>
Mahatma Gandhi and George Lansbury (1859 - 1940) grin as they pose with a group of children in London, in 1931. Getty Images
<p> Mahatma Gandhi and George Lansbury (1859 - 1940) grin as they pose with a group of children in London, in 1931. Getty Images</p>
Mahatma Gandhi at the spinning wheel--which went on to become iconic and a symbol of self reliance--during a 'Charlea' demonstration in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh. Getty Images
<p> Mahatma Gandhi at the spinning wheel--which went on to become iconic and a symbol of self reliance--during a 'Charlea' demonstration in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh. Getty Images</p>
An admiring East End crowd gathers to witness the arrival of Mahatma Gandhi on September 22, 1931 in East London, as he calls upon Charlie Chaplin. Getty Images
<p> An admiring East End crowd gathers to witness the arrival of Mahatma Gandhi on September 22, 1931 in East London, as he calls upon Charlie Chaplin. Getty Images</p>
Premier of the Republic of China Chiang Kai-shek (1887-1975) with his wife, Soong May-ling (1898-2003), stand either side of Mahatma Gandhi after a meeting between Chiang Kai-shek and Gandhi to discuss matters of common concern to both India and China, in India, circa 1930. Getty Images
<p> Premier of the Republic of China Chiang Kai-shek (1887-1975) with his wife, Soong May-ling (1898-2003), stand either side of Mahatma Gandhi after a meeting between Chiang Kai-shek and Gandhi to discuss matters of common concern to both India and China, in India, circa 1930. Getty Images</p>