Mohandas K. Gandhi, London, 1931.
Gandhi in 1942, the year he launched the Quit India Movement
God is Truth and the way to truth lies through non violence
Gandhi (right) with his eldest brother Laxmidas in 1886
Gandhi in London as a law student
Gandhi (left) and his wife Kasturba (right) (1902)

Civil rights activist in South Africa (1893–1914)

Gandhi photographed in South Africa (1909)
Mohandas K. Gandhi and other residents of Tolstoy Farm, South Africa, 1910
This bronze statue of Gandhi commemorating the centenary of the incident at the Pietermaritzburg Railway Station was unveiled by Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, in June 1993

Struggle for Indian independence (1915–1947)

Gandhi in 1918, at the time of the Kheda and Champaran Satyagrahas
Gandhi with Dr. Annie Besant en route to a meeting in Madras in September 1921. Earlier, in Madurai, on 21 September 1921, Gandhi had adopted the loin-cloth for the first time as a symbol of his identification with India’s poor.
Gandhi spinning yarn, in the late 1920s
12 Apr 1930, India — 4/12/1930-India- A long line of workshop strikers in this city lying prone, in front of the gate of their shop, preventing strike-breakers from entering and resuming work. These are supporters of Mahatma Gandhi, the rebel who seeks independence for his country from British rule. Gandhi adherents throughout the land have rioted and clashed with British authorities, causing the death of one and the injury of others. — Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS
22nd September 1931: An admiring East End crowd gathers to witness the arrival of Mahatma Gandhi (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi), in Canning Town, East London, as he calls upon Charlie Chaplin. Gandhi is in England in his capacity as leader of the Indian National Congress attending the London Round Table Conference on Indian constitutional reform. (Photo by London Express/Getty Images)
Mahatma Gandhi dancing
Gandhi with textile workers at Darwen, Lancashire, 26 September 1931
Gandhi picking salt during Salt Satyagraha to defy colonial law giving salt collection monopoly to the British.[255] His satyagraha attracted vast numbers of Indian men and women.[256]
Gandhi with poet Rabindranath Tagore, 1940
Gandhi in 1942, the year he launched the Quit India Movement
Gandhi with Muhammad Ali Jinnah in 1944
Jawaharlal Nehru and Gandhi in 1946
Gandhi in 1947, with Lord Louis Mountbatten, Britain’s last Viceroy of India, and his wife Edwina Mountbatten
Gandhi’s funeral was marked by millions of Indians

Memorial where Gandhi was assassinated in 1948. His stylised footsteps lead to the memorial.

Quotes by Gandhi TCV