Links for Learning about Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi
b. 10-2-1869; Porbandar, India
d. 1-30-1948; New Delhi, India

Mohandas Gandhi (1869-1948) is known for the non-violent means of revolution by which India was able to gain its independence.
His emphasis on truth and the purity of means was from a deep sense of humanity: the respect for life should not be violated in the fight for their rights and privileges.”Great as he was as a leader, he was far greater as one who put no limit to humanity. For him life was an indivisible whole and to know is to act.
His entire life was devoted to the translating of his thought into “experiments with truth.”


Mahatma Gandhi, the Missing Laureate – Gandhi was nominated three times for the Nobel Peace Prize. He was never awarded the prize. An article on the official Nobel e-Museum site tells why.

Gandhi TODAY – is a religious/political independent periodical, with the single main purpose to spread the writings of M.K. Gandhi and information regarding nonviolent activities around the world. (English and Swedish)

Mahatma Gandhi Canadian Foundation for World Peace -The aim of the foundation is to share, in a universal and cross-cultural way, knowledge of Mahatma Gandhi’s beliefs and philosophies and to initiate, conduct and support research, studies, writings, teaching, education and scholarship in international understanding based on the teachings, philosophies, activities and ideals of Mahatma Gandhi.

M.K. Gandhi Inst. for Nonviolence – The Mission of the Gandhi Institute is to promote and apply the principles of nonviolence locally, nationally, and globally, to prevent violence and resolve personal and public conflicts through research, education, and programming.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Global Freedom Struggle – A testament to the revolutionary power of nonviolence, Gandhi’s approach directly influenced Martin Luther King, Jr., who argued that the Gandhian philosophy was “the only morally and practically sound method open to oppressed people in their struggle for freedom“.

Hinduism – Wikipedia – an introduction to Hinduism.

Hinduism Today – Online and print magazine.

Special- Peace Education Links




Mahatma Gandhi available as
notecard and biographical bookmark.

gandhi-shopping-cartArtist: Frank V. Szasz

Posters (18"x24"+/-) Printed on heavy weight paper, ready to take to your favorite framer.
• Posters $20/ea.;
• Laminated posters $25/ea.;
• Gandhi & Mother Teresa not available as posters.

Notecard w/ envelope (4.5"x6" folded). Heavy weight paper, blank inside; great for invitations & program covers.
• Notecard $2.50/ea.
• Dozen of one image $24/doz.

Bookmarks (1.75"x6"), heavy weight paper.
• Bookmark: $1.25/ea.
• Pkg/25 of one image: $25
• Jung image not available as bookmark.

Printed in the USA.

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