Mahatma Gandhi


Lincoln and Gandhi

22 March, 2013

In this video Professor Andrew MacIntyre, Dean of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, talks to Professor Rajmohan Gandhi about his grandfather Mahatma Gandhi and what he shares in common with Abraham Lincoln.

Launch of Kannada translation book on Mahatma Gandhi

4 August, 2012

Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar and former Chief Justice of India S. Rajendra Babu joined Rajmohan Gandhi for the publication of his book on Mahatma Gandhi in Bangalore.

Review of 'Great Soul'

3 December, 2011

Rajmohan Gandhi reviews 'Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle with India' by Joseph Lelyveld. Review published in Economic and Political Weekly. To read the review you can search on the EPW site, or click here to download the PDF which was obtained from that site.

A Tale of Two Revolts

20 November, 2011

C-SPAN 2 aired a program on November 19 and 20, of a talk on Gandhi and Lincoln and the book 'A Tale of Two Revolts' given by Rajmohan Gandhi at the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Springfield, IL, on October 8, 2011. A video is available.

What Would Gandhi Do?

21 April, 2011

Streaming video of talk titled "Building Peace: What Would Gandhi Do?" at the International Affairs Forum, Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, MI on April 21, 2011

Rajmohan Gandhi in Switzerland: ‘Non-Violent Resistance is as relevant as ever!’

27 November, 2009
Rajmohan Gandhi spoke at a public lecture at the University of Geneva on the theme ‘The message of Mahatma Gandhi and Asia today’.

Rajmohan Gandhi spoke at a public lecture at the University of Geneva on the theme ‘The message of Mahatma Gandhi and Asia today’.

Lecture at Brown

15 November, 2009

Rajmohan Gandhi speaks about the links between Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.

'Gandhi's grandson visits UConn'

2 November, 2009

'Daily Campus', the largest daily college newspaper in the state of Connecticut, reports a talk at the University of Connecticut by Rajmohan Gandhi on the emergence and context of Gandhi's nonviolence, or ahimsa.

New book

Researched in India, Pakistan and at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Rajmohan Gandhi's latest book narrates a 240-year story of what old-timers know as undivided Punjab, beginning with the 1707 death of Emperor Aurangzeb and ending with the 1947 division into West Punjab and East Punjab. More