As the Mahatma gazed into his assassin’s eyes and took three bullets to his chest, he uttered “He Ram, Oh Rama” and collapsed. Read about Gandhi’s final moments and the shock and grief his killing triggered, in an excerpt from 'Indian Summer' by Alex von Tunzelmann.
A child poet, Subhadra Kumari Chauhan used her creativity as a weapon during the freedom struggle and went on to become India’s first woman satyagrahi to be sent to jail. Catch the story of a mother and a revolutionary for whom no challenge was too great to overcome.
Jhaverchand Meghani’s powerful voice cut across all classes and lit the fire of freedom in people’s hearts. When he was not being a ‘Rashtriya Shayar’, he was a folklorist who worked tirelessly to save Gujarat’s folk traditions. Catch the story of this revolutionary and compassionate bard.
Despite being history’s greatest champion of peace and non-violence, Mahatma Gandhi was never awarded the Nobel Peace Prize even after being nominated on 12 occasions. Missing out on giving the Mahatma the Nobel, remains the biggest embarrassment for the Committee
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