Mohan Se Mahatma
A Project on Mahatma Gandhi
by the children
A presentation by MITALI
www.mitali.org.uk
1
There is no 'way
to peace’, there
is only 'peace’.
Mahatma Gandhi
2
3
2 October 1869
Mohondas Karamchand
Gandhi was born.
Who is known to the
world as Mahatma
4
Gandhi Ji’s father Karamchand
Mohan’s father was
a politician
He was the Prime
Minister of a
princely
state of India
5
Gandhi Ji’s mother Putlibai
Putlibai was very
spiritual
She had a strong
spiritual influence
on Gandhi
6
Gandhi Ji’s wife Kasturba
Mohan was married
to Kasturba
Both were 13 when
they were married
7
Mohan was like any other child
Mohan when was a
child
8
Teenager Mohan
Mohan stole
his brother’s
gold bracelet
9
Mohan as a law student
Gandhi trained to be
a barrister at the
Inner Temple
in London
10
Mohandas Gandhi as a barrister
After a brief period
back in India
Gandhi went to South
Africa
to practice law
11
Attorney Gandhi
Gandhi Ji started
working
as an Attorney
in South Africa
12
Gandhi Ji thrown out of the train
There is a plaque
where Gandhi Ji
was thrown out of
the train
13
Satyagraha
‘Satyagraha’, means
‘struggle for truth’
Mahatma sacrificed
his own well-being
to change the
hearts of his
oppo...
Indian Natal Congress
Gandhi Ji formed
Natal Indian Congress
to protect the rights of
Indian migrants
Gandhi Ji with other...
Champaran Satyagraha
16
Letter to Tolstoy
Nonviolence
resistance
means
‘the
teaching of love’
17
Research by Neil Mukerji
Content Writing by Neil Mukerji & Shree Nathdwarawala
Slide Preparation by Shree Nathdwarawala & ...
Thanks to India Centre for giving a chance
to the children to present the project
Thanks to the parents for supporting the...
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This is a project carried out by the children in Cardiff. They researched into the life of Mahatma Gandhi, wrote the content and presented it at India Centre on 15 August 2013.

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  1. 1. Mohan Se Mahatma A Project on Mahatma Gandhi by the children A presentation by MITALI www.mitali.org.uk 1
  2. 2. There is no 'way to peace’, there is only 'peace’. Mahatma Gandhi 2
  3. 3. 3
  4. 4. 2 October 1869 Mohondas Karamchand Gandhi was born. Who is known to the world as Mahatma 4
  5. 5. Gandhi Ji’s father Karamchand Mohan’s father was a politician He was the Prime Minister of a princely state of India 5
  6. 6. Gandhi Ji’s mother Putlibai Putlibai was very spiritual She had a strong spiritual influence on Gandhi 6
  7. 7. Gandhi Ji’s wife Kasturba Mohan was married to Kasturba Both were 13 when they were married 7
  8. 8. Mohan was like any other child Mohan when was a child 8
  9. 9. Teenager Mohan Mohan stole his brother’s gold bracelet 9
  10. 10. Mohan as a law student Gandhi trained to be a barrister at the Inner Temple in London 10
  11. 11. Mohandas Gandhi as a barrister After a brief period back in India Gandhi went to South Africa to practice law 11
  12. 12. Attorney Gandhi Gandhi Ji started working as an Attorney in South Africa 12
  13. 13. Gandhi Ji thrown out of the train There is a plaque where Gandhi Ji was thrown out of the train 13
  14. 14. Satyagraha ‘Satyagraha’, means ‘struggle for truth’ Mahatma sacrificed his own well-being to change the hearts of his opponents 14
  15. 15. Indian Natal Congress Gandhi Ji formed Natal Indian Congress to protect the rights of Indian migrants Gandhi Ji with other congress members 3rd from top left 15
  16. 16. Champaran Satyagraha 16
  17. 17. Letter to Tolstoy Nonviolence resistance means ‘the teaching of love’ 17
  18. 18. Research by Neil Mukerji Content Writing by Neil Mukerji & Shree Nathdwarawala Slide Preparation by Shree Nathdwarawala & Neil Mukerji Speakers: Shree Nathdwarawala Raghu Singh Simra Ahmed Arran Mukherjee Zarra Jakir Neil Mukerji 18
  19. 19. Thanks to India Centre for giving a chance to the children to present the project Thanks to the parents for supporting their children to take part in the project Thanks to the children for their hard work, dedication and efforts WWW.MITALI.ORG.UK 19

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