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  1. License Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, with no Front-Cover Texts, and with no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license is included in the section entitled "GNU Free Documentation License". The license is short and a fun read. Please read it to be aware of your rights.


  3. Vaishnav Jan toh taynay kahyeeyejey, Peerh paraayee janney ray, Par dukkhey upkar karey to yey, Man abhimaan na anney ray. Sakal lokma sahuney vandey, Ninda na karey kainee ray Vaach kaach, man nischal raakhey, Dhan-dhan jananee tainee ray. Samdristhi nay trishna tyagee, Par-stree jaynay mat ray Jivaah thaki asatya na bolay, Par-dhan nav jhaley haath ray. God’s child is one Who knows another’s pain Who uplifts the sorrowful And pride does disdain Who salutes all beings And criticizes none Of pure talk and action Such a One’s mother is blessed Who looks on all as the same Honors woman as mother Who does not utter untruth Even when the tongue has tired And never covets another’s wealth VAISHNAV JAN TOH VAISHNAV JAN TOH

  4. to the future gandhis in this audience

  5. International Student from India 19 years old University College, London Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Student of Law

  6. International Student from India Fascinated by THE NEW TESTAMENT “Turn the other cheek”

  7. NRI in South Africa Early daysJohannesburg practice


  9. Satyagrahi


  11. Go on Alone

  12. Teri Awaaz pe koi naa aaye, to phir chal akela re If no one heeds your call, then go on alone

  13. Phir chal akela, chal akela, chal akela, chal akela re Go on alone, go on alone, go on alone, Go on alone

  14. Yadi koi bhi na boley If no one speaks up

  15. Orey orey O Obhaage, Koi bhi na boley O Unfortunate One, if no one speaks up

  16. Yadi sabhi mukh mod rahe, Sab dara karein If all have turned their face away and are fearful

  17. Tab darey bina, O tu mukt kanth apni baath, Keh akela re Then, open your heart, and speak your mind on your own

  18. Yadi laut jayien sabhi If all are leaving you

  19. Orey orey O Obhaage, laut jayien sabhi O Unfortunate One, if all are leaving you

  20. Yadi gahan dagar chale dekhein, Mudh ke na koi As they leave, if no one even glances back

  21. Tab kantakon ko, O tu rakt range charan tale, Dal akela re Then with blood-soaked feet, trample the thorns & move on

  22. Yadi deep na jaleIf the flame does not hold

  23. Orey orey O Obhaage, Deep na jale O Unfortunate one, if the flame does not hold

  24. Yadi jhara aandhi raat mein, ghar band sab karein If on a stormy night, all have shut their doors to you

  25. Tab vajra skihka, se tu apni asthi jalaa aur jal akela re Then, let the lightning set your breastbone ablaze & shine on alone

  26. Phir chal akela, chal akela, chal akela, chal akela re Go on alone, go on alone, go on alone, Go on alone

  27. The Salt March at Dandi Mar 12, 1930

  28. Leadership Lessons

  29. Close the doors for prayer at 4:05 am. If anyone is late, he will be marked absent. This will be considered an instance of indiscipline. Leadership Lessons

  30. 4 feet of yarn must be spun by all inmates everyday, on time. Missing work will be considered indiscipline. Leadership Lessons

  31. 2 instances of indiscipline will be forgiven. At the third instance, the inmate will be asked to leave the ashram. Leadership Lessons

  32. Inmates of the ashram were stunned Leadership Lessons

  33. Many requested Gandhi to relax the rules Leadership Lessons

  34. He refused Leadership Lessons

  35. With just 78 volunteers, the Dandi March changed the course of Indian history Leadership Lessons

  36. It takes very few people to change the world

  37. Gandhi’s Weapon against Poverty Micro-entrepreneurship

  38. Gandhi’s Weapon against Poverty Micro-entrepreneurship SELF RELIANCE

  39. Sell indigenous clothes and create a local market

  40. Make salt from the sea and sell to local markets

  41. For every social problem, there is a voluntary solution

  42. What about class struggles?

  43. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar “Mr. Gandhi does not wish to hurt the propertied class. He is even more opposed to a campaign against them. He has no passsion for economic equality. Referring to the propertied class Mr. Gandhi has quite recently said that he does not wish to destroy the hen that lays the golden egg. His solution for the economic conflict between the owners and the workers, between the rich and the poor, between the landlords and the tenants, and between the employers and the employees is very simple. The owners need not deprive themselves of their property. All that they need to do is to declare themselves Trustees for the poor. Of course, the Trust is to be a voluntary one carrying only a spiritual obligation.” (p. 293) From Gandhism: The Doom of the Untouchables

  44. Are You Skeptical?


  46. “A person of steady wisdom sees no difference between a learned scholar, a cow, an elephant, a dog and a pariah.” Bhagvad Gita Verse 5.1

  47. If I have to be reborn, I should be born an untouchable, so that I may share their sorrows, sufferings and the affronts levelled at them, in order that I endeavor to free myself and them from that miserable condition. -Mahatma Gandhi

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