October 2, 2007

Mahatma Gandhi: Little known facts most of us don’t know about him

Today is 2nd October the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, father of the nation or Bapu as he was lovingly called in India. This day is the third and the last national holiday in India (the 26th January – the Republic day and 15th August- the Independence day are the other two).


A debate on the relevancy of Gandhi in today’s time has become a routine affair on every 2nd October. For some people Gandhi is still relevant today whereas some think that India (& the world at large) has changed so drastically that there is no role of Gandhi in it.

No matter what exactly the truth is, the biggest truth of all is that if you go to any corner of earth and ask any stranger to name two Indians he has heard of in his lifetime; the answer in all likelihood will be (1) Gautam Buddha and (2) Mahatma Gandhi.

Among all Indians born during the span of last 2600 years, these two mans are the most popular, most loved and worshiped by millions. There is some kind of charisma in them which simply fails to fade.

I reserve my thoughts on Buddha for one of my future posts. Today, on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday, I would like to share some little known facts about him which most of us don’t know.

(1) He had a set of false teeth, which he carried in a fold of his loin cloth. He put them in his mouth only when he wanted to eat. After his meal, he took them out, washed them and put them back in his loin cloth again.

(2) Mahatma Gandhi spoke English with an Irish accent, for one of his first teachers was an Irishman.

(3) During the freedom struggle, he wore nothing but a loin cloth , but for years he lived in London and used to wear a silk hat and spats and carried a cane.

(4) He was educated at London University and became an attorney. But the first time he attempted to make a speech in court, his knees trembled, and he was so frightened that he had to sit down in confusion and defeat.

(5) As a lawyer in London, he got nowhere at all. He was practically a failure there. Years before, when he first came to England, his Irish teacher made him copy the Sermon on the Mount, over and over again, purely as an exercise in English. Hour after hour, Gandhi wrote “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth. . . . Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God,” and these words made a profound impression on him.

(6) Later, he was sent to South Africa to collect some huge debts; and he tried to apply there the philosophy of the Sermon on the Mount. And it worked. Clients flocked to Gandhi because he settled their claims peacefully out of court and saved them time and expense.

(7) His income during those days in South Africa touched fifteen thousand dollars a year! Something still a dream for most Indians !

(8) However, despite this worldly success he was not happy. On seeing the untold misery of millions of his fellow countrymen; on seeing thousand of them dying of starvation; the worldly success seemed cheap and unimportant to him. He gave up all his money and ‘took the vow of poverty, and since that time, he consecrated his life to helping the poor and the downtrodden.

(9) On seeing the hopeless condition of one tenth of India which was living in a hungry and half-starved state, Mahatma Gandhi pleaded with them to cease bringing children into a world filled with so much misery and want.

(10) Mahatma Gandhi experimented with diets to see how cheaply he could live and remain healthy. He started living principally on fruit and goats’ milk and olive oil.

(11) Mahatma Gandhi got inspiration of Civil Disobedience by reading a book of an American ! He had been greatly influenced by the teachings of an American by the name of David Thoreau. Thoreau was graduated from Harvard University ninety years ago, and then spent twenty-eight dollars building a cabin for himself on the lonely shores of Walden Pond, in Massachusetts. He lived there like a hermit, and refused to pay taxes; so he was thrown into jail. He then wrote a book on Civil Disobedience, saying that no one ought to pay taxes. People didn’t pay the slightest attention to his book then; but, seventy-five years later, Gandhi read that book, away out in India, and decided to use Thoreau’s tactics. He felt that England had not kept her promise to give India self-government; so, in order to punish England, Gandhi urged the people of India to go to jail rather than pay taxes, and he also urged his followers to boycott English goods. When the British placed a tax on salt, Gandhi led his follower to the sea and they made their own salt.

(12) Mahatma Gandhi never visited the US, but he had many American fans and followers. One of his more unusual admirers was Henry Ford. Gandhi sent him an autographed charkha (spinning wheel) through a journalist emissary. During the darkest days of the Second World War, Ford, who was struck by the charkha’s “mechanical simplicity and high moral purpose,” would often spin on “the symbol of economic independence that Gandhi had sent.

(12) Mahatma Gandhi inspired millions of people world over to take the path of non-violence and civil disobedience. 5 world leaders who got Noble Peace prize viz. Martin Luther King Jr. (USA), Dalai Lama (Tibet), Aung San Suu Kyi (Myanmar), Nelson Mandela (S. Africa) and Adolfo Perez Esquivel (Argentina) have acknowledged the fact that they were influenced by the philosophy of Gandhi. Yet, Mahatma Gandhi; the man who inspired these Nobel Peace Prize winners, never got a Noble Prize !

I think it is a loss for the Noble – the prize; not for Gandhi – the man who is above all prizes.

(13) The great Scientist Albert Einstein once said about Gandhi :

“Generations to come will scarcely believe that such a one as this (Gandhi) walked the earth in flesh and blood.”

He also once said,

” I believe that Gandhi’s views were the most enlightened of all the political men in our time. We should strive to do things in his spirit: not to use violence in fighting for our cause, but by non-participation in anything you believe is evil.”

The more I read about Gandhi, the more I become humble to the greatness of this man who was seeking nothing for himself but was willing to die in order that others may live.

Sources of my article : Little known facts about well known people; by Dale Carnegie, The Times of India, some article on Internet and some books from my collection.

101 Comments on “Mahatma Gandhi: Little known facts most of us don’t know about him

Chrisitne Martell
October 2, 2007 at 12:07 pm

I love your stories. Keep telling us about the amazing people from India. We need to know more about the wisdom coming from there.

October 3, 2007 at 2:39 am

reading about Gandhi is always inspiring… Thanks for the post mate…

October 12, 2007 at 9:14 am

Really very interesting.

I Really amazed on hearing the (5)th and (7)th points…

December 1, 2007 at 3:05 pm

hmm i dunno wat 2 say but gandhis just great n im doin a project on him!!!
all im goin 2 say is that ive found alot about him!!!
xxxxxxxxx annonymous xxxxxxxxxxxxx

January 27, 2008 at 5:10 am

hey eklavya…
hope you are doing good…
I don’t know if this right on my part to say this.. but you have got some of these facts wrong…

like.. he used to follow the european way of dressing not only in england but even in south africa.. it was not until his second stint there that he chose to discard such an attire.. which brings me to the second part.. as far as i know he never took a vow of poverty.. indeed his mission was to help people out of it.. during his lifetime Gandhi took many vows. the fact that he gave up a lot of physical comfort was his quest (not vow) for simplicity.. perhaps inspired by many reading or a natural fallout of the man that he was he opined that man should be as frugal in his existence as what is necessary to survive.. hich brigns me to the third point
that while it is true that he experimented with his diet quite a lot.. it did’t consist of goat’s milk.. in fact he stroe hard to keep milk away from his diet.. his view was that humans should only have their mother’s milk and so should not have milk once they grow up from being a toddler.. the goat’s milk diet was used only for sometime during an illness where he couldn’t refuse the doctor’s word (though he did it many times) and thought taking goat’s milk was an alternate option to drinking cow’s milk.. there are two reasons here.. one that he had vowed not to touch cow’s milk (for the above reason) and secondly he deplored the cruelty meted to cows and buffaloes in India under the name of dairy farming..

having said all this.. I got to know quite a lot fo things because of your post and I thank you deeply for the same… I hope you don’t take my intrusion in this regard in the wrong manner.. it wasn’t to put you in a bad light…

January 27, 2008 at 8:01 am

Thanks Maneesh for coming here and giving your views on the above post. I am not doing much blogging for quite sometime. In this time of inactivity, it’s nice to find that old friends are still coming to this blog.

Now the points raised by you :

(1) Yes. Mahatma Gandhi was following the European way of dressing in S. Africa also. Where in the post I have mentioned he was not doing that.

(2) When I say he took the vow of poverty, I mean it only literally. There is no official record telling us that he took any vow of poverty. What I only want to say that he decided to identify himself with the poorest of the poor of India and started living like them to show their solidarity with them. You must be aware of his love for the third class compartment of trains.

(3) He has some initial hesitation in drinking goat’s milk owing to his vow for not drinking animal’s milk. However, on the insistence of Kasturba he started taking it and he continued taking Goat’s milk for 30 years.

See: mahatma gandhi lived mostly on goat milk for more than 30 years.

Also see :

For Gandhi, food was not something that just satiated hunger. It was an integral part of shaping the human consciousness. Which is why he carried out a number of experiments to find the perfect diet. Though Gandhi is associated with vegetarianism and milk, he actually abstained from milk for a period of six years, considering it an animal product.

In 1917, when he was bed-ridden, doctors compelled him to take milk. He, however, did not want to break his vow of not consuming cow’s milk. Thus began his now-famous goat-milk diet. And the idea seems to be catching on.


john frame
February 21, 2008 at 8:35 am

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October 5, 2009 at 1:47 pm

i do too

Kayla M
December 21, 2009 at 10:55 am

as do i

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March 8, 2008 at 7:42 am

Thanks for very interesting article. btw. I really enjoyed reading all of your posts. It’s interesting to read ideas, and observations from someone else’s point of view… makes you think more.
So please keep up the great work. Greetings.

March 31, 2008 at 10:59 am

Hello brother

Gandhi is not worshiped, and those who do have no idea of worshiping, only God is to be worshiped, and God doesn’t die(like Gandhi did), he was a mere human. I don’t think elevating any human to level of God is a good idea. He might be a great man for many a ppl, but not me!

April 22, 2009 at 5:01 am

God is worshipped only by their respective communities. But in india he is respected to the elevell of God by all the communities who r indian.

December 2, 2009 at 7:14 am

To Leonk: No one is able to prove the existence of so-called God. But Gandhi existed. His achievements and compassion is of great proportions. Show some respect this great man deserves.

Kayla M
December 21, 2009 at 10:56 am

i agree with jason.

April 7, 2008 at 9:12 pm

I loved your facts, but your typing and editing need some work. 😛

rahul Dadlani
May 20, 2008 at 12:09 am

I love Mahatma Gandi.

July 12, 2008 at 11:10 pm

I think worship is not rite word to describe wat many feel bout the mahatma, But yes many like can say for sure that some of his philosophy still is valid,
The truest one for me is truth. The meaning I got form his writing is that “truth to urself is at times more important” …. Helped me better my self and my work.

His diet (from his book) or rather my version of his diet helped me to stay fit, and enjoy much better. I mean I look better , play with my dog more, feel much much better.
I think its more important that u understand the sprit of his writing , and evolve a version most acceptable to you.

Tolaram Suthar
July 28, 2008 at 7:20 am

Love Gandhi Ji, his nature, ideas, his personality….

Tolaram Suthar, Hyd, Sindh, Pakistan.

September 5, 2008 at 4:41 am

he made india great

April 22, 2009 at 8:01 pm

im doing a ural report on him and i agree with u. he did and always stuck with non-voilence after the books

Ravi Kumar
September 29, 2008 at 8:52 am


Its very interesting to know about great personalities and that too about some little known facts.

Thank you friend. Keep up the good work.

Proud to be an INDIAN.

Jai Hind.

Ravi Kumar.

October 1, 2008 at 7:16 am

he is great men and i alwys recpect him.
gandi ji aap nhi to kya mger apka naam to aje bhi
bhoolo ki treh mehkta hai. i love gandiji

October 5, 2008 at 4:04 am

Gandhi is a perfect man to look up to. I really like him as ha is the best man in India!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nagaraj pr
October 19, 2008 at 12:49 am

It is happy to see persons like u here ur thinking is quite simple
Thanks for ur material
PLs keep in touch with me

PR Nagarj

October 19, 2008 at 5:34 am

Thanks for your nice comments 🙂

October 20, 2008 at 4:13 pm

Hey Eklavya…

U seem to have gone through “My Experiment with Truth” and the another book (I forgot it’s name) of Mr MK Gandhi.
Hehehehehe…not alleging you of plagiarism just wanted to confess that I liked the way you are spreading knowledge about extincting things and simultaneously able to keep live the current topics.

Good job done buddy!!!

October 21, 2008 at 12:10 am

Hello friend,

To be honest, I have not read any of the book written by Mr Gandhi himself. I have already quoted my sources at the bottom of the post. So there is no question of plagiarism. I am glad that you liked the post.

November 2, 2008 at 11:34 am

I think you should talk about ‘Shaheed Bhagat Singh’, because my mum was telling me about him. I found out how great he was.

November 26, 2008 at 3:47 pm

I’m also doing a project on gandhi and all i can say is that he’s a wonderful person and i hope the family of the man who killed gandi is so ashamed of their son but anyway even though i’m not indian i wish i was born during gandhi’s time and followed his marches exspcially the march to the arabian sea.

December 5, 2008 at 4:37 am

Dear Eklavya

I never believe man can be God but I believe God lives in every man, eventhough many never realizes the presence of Gon in themselves. May be Gandhiji was one of the person who realized the God in himself and made his way according to the way “God wanted him to”. You “knowledge-sharing article” was very good. Keep up the good work in future with other such posts.

Have a nice day!

Najma Bibi
May 21, 2009 at 12:50 pm

I totally agree with you adout god is in everyone.

May 21, 2010 at 8:18 pm

yes if you look hard enough you can find god in everyone you just have to try!!!!!!!! gandhi is such and intresting person to research!!!!1

January 8, 2009 at 12:10 pm

I am doing a report on Gandhi. Who is the author of just the top part?

January 8, 2009 at 12:11 pm

Who is the author?

January 16, 2009 at 9:55 am

of What?

February 5, 2009 at 2:20 pm

gandhi was sexy

Todd Anderson
March 2, 2009 at 1:37 am

‘On seeing the hopeless condition of one tenth of India which was living in a hungry and half-starved state …’ I’ve been to India eleven times, and my wife is from there. Even today, far more than one tenth of Indians suffer from malnutrition, and it must have been even more so in Gandhi’s time.

April 9, 2009 at 11:28 pm

I <3 Mahatma Gandhi
He is the koolest guy in history.
i think the world should b more like he wanted it.

nirupan shrestha
April 13, 2009 at 3:03 pm

buddy, gautam buddha wasnt born in india fag, he was born in nepal

April 14, 2009 at 1:32 am

Buddy, it was 4500 years ago. Can you say that Guru Nanak was not born in India? After all his birthplace is now in Pakistan?

April 19, 2009 at 11:05 pm

The main objective of Gandhi is to help the poor people, whereever they are from. Indeed he was God.

April 21, 2009 at 4:46 am

im doing a project on gandhi for hidtory, do you have anymore interesting facts that would get me marks?
and great ideas for me?
schoolgirl xox

Najma Bibi
May 21, 2009 at 12:47 pm

He was the best leader ever that noone could forget about.

May 24, 2009 at 9:00 pm

Gandhi was revered so much because of how he united the conflicting religions of Islam and Hinduism against the brutal British.

June 2, 2009 at 4:09 pm

Hey i really liked your post I never knew much about him but now i do. Thanks for writing this and btw you think you can maybe write an article on Bhagat Singh. I think you will probbly like it. I would do the reserch myself but i cant(and i am to lazy LOL)
Anyway thanks for the article!

June 8, 2009 at 5:12 am


July 18, 2009 at 5:11 am

I believe that the dawn of 15th August, 1947 was made historical and memorable for every Indian, only because of Mahatma Gandhi. The mighty English were humbled and humiliated just because of gandhi ji. However, I would also like to mention here that, the creation of separate Pakistan and the subsequent riots which shook the whole Indian sub-continent, could have been avoided, if, Mahatma Gandhi had thought otherwise. His soft-corner for Nehru and his belief that Jinnah too was eligible to become a Prime Minister, created havoc on our country. The resolution to carve out another country was perhaps the worst decision. I cant and I am not blaming Gandhi ji for this debacle, however, he is partially responsible for this. Just my thoughts. Your article was awesome. It made me read the rest of your articles as well. Keep up the good work!

August 4, 2009 at 6:29 am

dear sir,

i, long back, in a weekly magazine have read that he had a very conflicting personality.if by any chance you have read it could you please send me your comments on that article? and also could you state your comments on why nathu ram godse killed gandhiji and what was his thinking.

October 1, 2009 at 11:25 am

read your article…nice one..but just be sure that Gautam buddha was not born in India. he was born in NEPAL. he got his enlightment in India..but he was born in Nepal..hence, he is Nepali and not Indian…
thank you,

October 2, 2009 at 2:23 am

Well I admit that he was born as Siddhartha in a kingdom (Kapilvastu) which at present is located in Nepal. Yet Siddhartha became a Budhha in India. The main thing which seperates Budhha from Siddhartha is his enlightenment which happened in India. It will be too stringent to separate Buddha from India just because he happened to born in a place which is now came in another country. Budhha represent all that is good in spiritual India.

October 1, 2009 at 11:37 pm

This article reflects the hard work done by you in collecting the information . I hope u wil come down with many such good articles

With Regards,

kris has a big head
June 14, 2010 at 3:36 am

i love ghandi :0

October 2, 2009 at 1:25 am

Today is the Birthday of a Great Leader, Politician, Philanthropist, Truth seeker, who said my life is my message!! Who win the freedom of a counrty through non violence!!…we salute……

Doreen Mackay
October 2, 2009 at 7:20 am

Isn’t technology marvellous?! I saw Ghandi’s face on Google today which led me to look him up and read all the comments. I am 76 and of course remember reading all about Ghandi and when in India visited his shrine. I find it fascinating that the Net opens up debates such as this and enables on to read about Ghandi and so many others SO easily. I certainly believe, not in God, but that a God lives within us, but one of my favourite sayings these days is that it would be a wonderful world without human beings!! Sorry, but some of us SO good and some SO bad. Still, life is fascinating and I am glad I have lived in Ghandi’s time. It may not have been apoparent but he no doubt contributed to the thoughts and beliefs and behaviour of MANY people.

October 4, 2009 at 9:28 am

Sir ! Thanks for coming and giving your comments about Gandhi. I feel glad that some one from Gandhi’s time came and read this.

Doreen Mackay
October 4, 2009 at 12:55 pm

Actually I am not a SIR and am quite happy that way ! I now realise that I was 14 when he died, but have been aware of Ghandi all my life.

November 27, 2009 at 3:19 pm

God is real!!!!!

October 2, 2009 at 2:03 pm

Jai Hind…Every one should take some bits from this great man! One billion people country can make a big difference!!

October 5, 2009 at 7:07 am

We should be follow his Sayings for the well being of the World

R. Selvakkumar
October 11, 2009 at 12:51 pm

I stumbled upon this wonderful blog, when I was searching rare facts about Gandhiji, for my 8th studying daughter. But the points mentioned here are for everyone, not just for my little daughter.

Thanx for sharing

October 25, 2009 at 8:51 am


This really helps me with my topic on india!!!

Brittany Bennett
November 3, 2009 at 3:05 pm

im writing a research paper on Gandhi for English is there anyone that is willing to help me start writing the paper cuz im stuck lol

November 18, 2009 at 4:07 pm

In the movie “Gandhi”, it was stated that Gandhi was a Christian before he converted to Hinduism. Is this correct? Where is that fact found? and what Christian faith was he? I am studying the Apostle Thomas and there are several churches in India bearing Thomas’ name, the Mar Thoma Church, Christians of Saint Thomas. One church was found in Malabar and a bishop was found in Galiana, south of Bombay.
thank you in advance, Cheryl

December 1, 2009 at 11:10 am

No this is not true. Gandhi was not a converted Hindu. Where is the scene in the movie that depicts so?

November 23, 2009 at 11:07 am

great man

November 25, 2009 at 9:40 am

I’m frequently searching for brandnew blogposts in the net about this subject. Thankz.

December 7, 2009 at 3:24 am

i want to know about should we go to mahatma way or heatler way

Raja Mahavir
December 8, 2009 at 12:23 am

Its good to see a healthy blog coming up on Gandhiji.
Thanks to Ekalavya for the initiation.


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January 29, 2010 at 11:46 pm

The Greatest man ever heard.

May 1, 2010 at 4:03 pm

who would like to kill him but they did i dont know who kiilled him but if they did plz tell me thanks.

kris has a big head
June 14, 2010 at 3:37 am

im kris and i love ghandi 🙂

June 27, 2010 at 2:14 pm

he opposed to the caste system which almost ruined India

July 9, 2010 at 10:36 am

It is wonderful that, i could learn more about Gandi and
his life style.

July 30, 2010 at 7:53 pm

I love gandhi ji nd their thoughts

Karan Singh
August 7, 2010 at 3:00 am

I do not believe that he was great man . i can only say that he was politician like other phonetician. whatever he had done in his life frame other phonetician r doing the same.
Mahatma Gandhi got popularity because he was killed. Suppose he was not killed could he become a father of nation of India.
I believe that truth has been buried.
its never reveal because it was buried under billions of tone soil.

Mahesh Punhani
September 6, 2010 at 3:28 am

He was killed ny nathuram Godse… i have heard that he used to beat his wife.. but dont know whether its a truth or not..I agree with karan that he was just a politician. He was also responsible for the partition…He was a congressman so after congress came into power in 1947 they just exaggerated everything and made him the great man..and mahatma gandhi…he always said non-violence but the last indian movement i.e. Quit India, he gave the slogan Do or Die…

shashidhar thakur
September 7, 2010 at 10:48 am

well i heard the lots of comment of various people about mahatma gandhi . In openion of some people gandhi do all this as a politician but according to me he is the person who have the guts to stand infront of britishers who never allow any Indian to do this but he he stand their because his weapon for fighting is totally different from the others AHINSHA .He have an IDEA that make him different from the otherS. so always think about the positive aspects frome the negative things ……..

kishor patil
September 26, 2010 at 11:54 pm

as each coin has two side in the same way every great person have to face criticism and flattery, i dont think that mahatma gandhi was a bad person . He was a noble person with affluence values and ethic. The person who criticise mahatma gandhi they should have to remember his sacrifice snd devotion for the country and think over what they have done for the sake of country.

September 27, 2010 at 12:04 am

Mahesh, non – violence is not killing or hurting anyone else… By do or die he ment do or let your own slef be m,artyered… So that is not violence….

And yes, if he was responsible for the partition, then it is good only na…. Just think you a citizen of Pakistan… You’de be dying of hunger (Cos your not a muslim)

September 27, 2010 at 3:32 am

excellent to know many facts. a nice collection. all should have access to this facts.

thanks for your efforts

September 27, 2010 at 12:56 pm

I believe and love gandhi. He is the greatest man.

October 2, 2010 at 1:12 am

those people who are criticising should think ones the life of indians of britishers hands
how dare you talk bad about gandhiii
he is rolemodel of all the people throught out the world

October 3, 2010 at 1:29 am

I dnt think wise to comment on Gandhiji but as well Gandhiji was a afterall a human being,and human beings are never perfect,2ndly he was a leader and I think what leaders say and preach is often interpreted by their followers,that too in a wrng way than a right way.I think it needs a very big heart to do all that thing when u knw that u can b heavily criticised for what u r going to do.Either it was the matter of giving 55crores to Pakistan to stabilise its people or matter of controlling riots at Noakhali,I suppose no leader except him could have done. He was a humanitarian and some times these humanitarian upset their country people and world too.

October 3, 2010 at 1:41 am

Also I think it to say some thing in haste about his decisions and on other scandals (as available on internet)would be total Idiocy and is not a wise thing because what historians and other learned people say is something they have come to know by ears and not eyes,same goes for our generation too.I m just 24 and neither my father nor my mother had born when he died in 1948. SO only avialable information was the thing recorded in History.Actual truth always remains hidden.Suppose NEtaji still lives or not no one knws it correct similarly the person hanged in 1860 was TANATYA TOPe or not who knws.It is quite easier to give commentary from outside than to look inside the truth.

October 8, 2010 at 8:11 am

after reading all the facts its difficult to judge his character.As we go through the statement that only he had the guts to face britishers i would say it a part of great politics which was played by the renowed people of that time.And poor india was forced to follow them coz of its pity condition.

Harsha Kovil
October 9, 2010 at 5:46 am

Well, now I am studying in VIII std .This is the first time I saw one who is criticising Gandhiji. It’s so pity that you are criticising Him,the Father of Our Nation. It is clear that He didn’t played any political role in British India during the olden days and from His great innocence and simplicity shows that He is great that all those who followed Him and His pathways also became Great . Respect Our Father of Nation ever and ever. Otherwise, insulting our GANDHIJI will be as equal as a crime against India according to me……..

October 14, 2010 at 2:11 pm

incredible person of incredible india…

November 11, 2010 at 12:54 pm

He was greatest man of the universe…….no one can compete him

Jitendra Dave
November 14, 2010 at 10:28 am

The above article is very good. Some of the unknown facts about Mahatma Gandhiji came to be known. However, Mahatma Gandhi was
such an unsual personality that he always had something to say about evrything. He was not only champion of nonvioleance, he himself
practised nonviolrence and insisted that all those who claim to be
his followers should follow nonviolence.

November 18, 2010 at 10:37 am

gandhiji was nothing.he is famous due to media hype.this is bcz media is not allow to criticise him.bhagat singh,chandrashekhar was real leader and we r free today bcz of them not due to gandhi.

November 23, 2010 at 12:16 pm

Me tto agree that he was little selfish. But cant blame him fully. There are positives also.

December 27, 2010 at 8:12 am


Mansha upadhyay
January 23, 2011 at 4:55 am

What a fantastic research i loved reading this article and this even helped me in my class activity thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

March 11, 2011 at 2:40 am

Though some of the people said gandhi is bad , I still believe that gandhi is a very great person who fought very hard for the sake of liberty . We are living here in india because of great freedom fighters like gandhi .

March 17, 2011 at 12:51 pm

he was an awesome man and i am indian that makes me feel good that my nation is very well behaved

April 2, 2011 at 3:59 am

meh,…i was looking for facts like how gandhi slept naked with his grand niece and how he was a racist,.. oh well….

November 4, 2011 at 6:50 am

I am from Iran and I love Gandhi very much.

September 10, 2012 at 11:04 am

this didnt really help me with my homework and why would people write sad stuff on hear, this is such a ribbish blog but i do love gandhi but you people are weird anyway im not going to waste anymore of my life writing this when i have 30 minutes to finsh my homework so goodbye!


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Follower of Gandhism
October 1, 2012 at 4:43 pm

God can be found in every human being who can be selfless, righteous, truthful, honest. To be one such kind, you may take Gandhi’s life as an example. Everyone dies one day or the other.Be a human, stay a human and help human kind, you can see God in yourself.

October 18, 2012 at 3:21 am

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brijesh chauhan
November 5, 2012 at 3:12 am

soory, gandhi was not right, if always followed his own way because according to him
he was only person who can remove britishers and listen one more fact if he was right, then moh. ali jinaha was p.m of india and nehru for pakistan.


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