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The Life Of Mahatma Gandhi – Few Rare Videos And A Documentary

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Life Of Mahatma Gandhi The birth and death anniversaries of Great leaders come ones in a year and on that particular day different celebrations take place in remembrance of such people with much enthusiasm and respect. But unfortunately in most cases that end with that.
But here is an exception to this trend “Gandhiji” the Father of Nation is still remembered and his brand has grown stronger and stronger every year and every walk of life even the new generation giving a new vision to it and discovering him and adopting his polices with much enthusiasm.

The life of Mahatma Gandhi is an open book to all!

Especially the political leaders of India should learn more from his life and adopt it in their life to serve the nation.  They (the politicians) should pick more lessons from this honorable personality, “The Father of Nation”. 

His birthday is also known as the International day of non-violence.
Here are some rare videos from the life of Mahatma Gandhi — The first TV Interview and his speech at different places.

To read and watch the videos please click on the below link:

The first-ever made TV interview with Mahatma Gandhi by Fox Movietone News.
The first-ever made TV interview with Mahatma Gandhi by Fox Movietone News.
The interview is done in the year 1931 at his home in Borsad.
In this video you can see the US – American journalist speaks to army personnel and then Gandhiji walking along with his wife Kasturba and other associates and then the interview with Gandhiji.
The interviewer’s last question and the answer to it is very thought-provoking and very intelligent one.
Q. Are you prepared to die in the cause of India’s independence?
MK Gandhi: (after a pause)… I think it’s a bad question.
Today’s politicians can take one or two leaves from the life of Mahatma Gandhi, via
Educational documentary biography of Gandhiji.
The Life Of Mahatma Gandhi5 hours. 10 minutes.  The documentary covers almost all events and principles of Gandhi’s life and thought are viewed as integrated parts of his truth-intoxicated life depicting permanent and universal values.
The purpose of the film is to tell the present and the future generations “that such a man as Gandhi in flesh and blood walked upon this earth”.
To acquaint them with his life and work and to spread his message of peace and universal brotherhood to the war-weary and fear-stricken world.

The Life Of Mahatma Gandhi

This film brings together a mass of visual records not only of the 78-year life of Gandhi but also of an important period of India’s history.
The aim of the film is being education and not entertainment.
There is no attempt at dramatization of those exciting times. The story is told with an eye to the truthful documentation of the main events within the limits of available documentary visual material… 
Read more about the film: visit gandhiserve
Published on: Oct 2, 2012 @ 17:29

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  1. Tanisha Pant
    Tanisha Pant

    My Life is completely inspired by Mahatma Gandhi!

    I really appreciate you positing this blog post, Really Inspiring Sir!

    Also Request you to post an article about Lal Bahadur Shastri as it is his birthday too.

    October 2, 2019
  2. Mahimuddin Laskar
    Mahimuddin Laskar

    Found your post interesting to read. I cant wait to see your post soon. Good Luck for the upcoming update.This article is really very timely and interesting and effective.
    Thanks for sharing.

    October 5, 2019

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