Mahatma Gandhi

Entwined Lives

Urvashi Bahuguna

Amit Majmudar’s new book fictionalises a comparative study of Gandhi and Jinnah

1942: An Indian Tragedy

The price we paid for the failure of the Cripps Mission eighty years ago

Nandalal Bose’s People

What did Gandhi and Tagore find in his work?

The Seed of Communalism

Jinnah became even more bitter as Gandhi gained in stature

Missing Gandhi at Bharatpur House

The college where no one took the Mahatma’s name

Was There Ever a Golden Age?

An era when Hindus and Muslims shared a bond

Gandhi, the Father

A shared vein of political reflection makes the letters to his son Devadas special

Gandhi in Champaran

Testimonies of the indigo peasants played a pivotal role in making the Mahatma

Truth On Trial

On March 18, 1922, Gandhi pleaded guilty and won a moral victory

The End of Unpredictability

A breakout Budget reveals the prime minister's political confidence


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