This letter is mere fictious imagination orignally written in marathi by Dr. Vinay Kate. 938 more words
The theme runs around the topic "If Gandhiji would get a chance to talk with his killer today, how would he respond...?"
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Born Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, India, he became the most famous Indian activist and leader of the Indian Independence movement against the British. 432 more words
The title is arresting and I had to read this book though I had never till now heard even remotely of the author, Dr Koenraad Elst. 584 more words
“The elucidation of Godse’s political testament becomes the methodology adopted by Dr Elst to engage in a wide-ranging and thoughtful discussion of the politics and ideology of India in the immediate decades before independence and the period after its attainment in 1947. 994 more words
But no matter how much the RSS connection with Godse’s act of assassination may have been disproven, Gandhi’s murder has been a millstone around the neck of the Hindu movement and especially the RSS. 3,342 more words
Hello guys, this is the time traveler and I’m back with another topic. Today I’ll start a new series of blogs titled “Infamous Assassinations” which will deal with some of the most infamous assassinations that shook the entire world. 581 more words
#Truth: Nathuram Godse was a member of the Hindu Mahasabha – a Right-Wing political outfit when he assassinated the Mahatma on 30 January, 1948.
The RSS maintains that he was not a member of the party at the time of the assassination but Nathuram’s own brother, Gopal Godse, clearly states in his book ” Why I Assassinated Mahatma Gandhi”, that all the Godse brothers were active members of the RSS at the time. 80 more words