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Mahatma Gandhi. . . . The Great Soul of India

Mahatma Gandhi was an Indian lawyer  known worldwide as the leader of Indian Freedom fighters. This goal  for freedom and home rule for Indian people was lead by nonviolent passive marches and  demonstrations in response to the conflict with Britain … Continue reading

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Ahmedabad Rap Anthem

  The young rapper H-Rim will introduce and entice you to visit Ahmedabad, India.  Walk along the mighty Sabamati River, high with the water from the monsoons.   See why Ahmedabad is  not only the jewel of Gujurat , but … Continue reading

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President Reagan at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin

Comments yesterday from a blogger wondering why the United States and the EU had not kept their promises to the people of the Ukraine have me thinking.  A promise was made that  traditional weapons would be provided  if Ukraine disarmed … Continue reading

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BBC Partition of India ‘How the Hatred Began’. . . . . .

My blogger friend Sudharsan  at viruvasan.wordpress.com  sent me this amazing BBC video yesterday in response to my post on Wagah Border . The BBC always does such a wonderful job telling historical events and using  primary source film. In this … Continue reading

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Gandi-ji

Ghandi-ji was  the name showing love and respect by Indians for the Father of India. Interesting that he chose non-violence and civil disobedience to reach the desired end of  freedom and self-reliance for all Indians. Two hundred years before,  the … Continue reading

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