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I felt very humble when I came her./ When I saw the Mahatma's bedroom I truly realized how simply he lived. I learned that even the president and former presidents of India feel humble when they visit. This institute as do a lot of dignitaries. This institution must be kept alive so that everyone learns the Great Soul's message of nonviolence forever. This place is an invaluable library of Gandhian Thought and Knowledge for those who need it for a project, a thesis or to live their lives better.
Tarun Dalal <>
1185 Eagle Valley Court, San Jose, California, USA

Wednesday, August 15, 2007 at 00:02:17

Your website is very useful.
Steven S Cole <>
Saturday, July 29, 2006 at 16:17:22
198 Tremont St. #506, Boston, MA, United States

The website is great! Keeping the legend living forever. I appreciate your service. Thanks!
Karpagam <>
Saturday, November 1, 2003 at 09:27:27 (EST)

During the month of September 2003 I emailed the Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya website for the sources of several quotations by Mohandas K. Gandhi. I received timely responses to my requests for information. The Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya website is a valuable resource for information on Mohandas K. Gandhi and for responding to specific requests on information about Gandhi.
New Heaven, Connecticut, USA. - Thursday, October 2, 2003 at 03:01:47 (EST)

It is really good work. 1. You start making members who want to know about Gandhiji or believe in his philosophy. 2. regularly mail of detail speech or research paper to those people who want to know about Gandhiji.
Sanjeev Kumar Mishra<>
Dabhol Power Colony, Po: Anjanvel, Tal: Guhagar, Rantnagir, MS, India. - Wednesday, August 6, 2003 at 13:27:14 (EST)

Very Interesting.
11,Rondebochway, Cape Town, South Africa - Friday, August 1, 2003 at 09:55:46 (EST)

A truly wonderful and remarkable site to have found. I thank you for the work which you do.  I have one correction to point out, though a significant one and a couple of questions: Under Quotations a correction is needed, it is only one letter, but......#T-5-271"My whole soul rebels (currently reVels) against the idea that Hinduism and Islam represent two antagonistic cultures and doctrines". I am an artist who works with audio, interviews and such, and am looking for cassettes or preferably CDs, though cassettes are better than none. I live in the United States, could you let me know where I might be able to listen to speeches Mahatma Gandhi has made, which are available and/or where I might go for copyright restrictions on the use of any such material. I do not know if there is material from the period he was in South Africa, amongst other material, but all and any spoken words - spoken by him, having to do with conflict resolution and tolerance, this is the material that I seek. I would greatly appreciate any help that your Center and organisation might be able to give me.  I recently spent a month at the British Library Sound Archives in London doing research (with the help of a small grant) and found but one audio speech, which I found both surprising and very sad. With many thanks, for whatever assistance you might be able to offer. francisca (de Beurges Rosenthal)
Francisca de B Rosenthal <>
1059, Madeira Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55405-2112, USA - Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 15:29:12 (EST)

Your webpage is very nice. I enjoyed looking through it. Hope you keep up the good work.
Ami Sarolia <>
Baylor University, Waco, Texas, USA - Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 11:36:34 (EST)

Thanks for the information provided on one of the (if not the greatest) man of the 20th century.
Tim McIntyre <>
4, Raymond rd. Thirroul, Wollongong, NSW, Australia - Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 07:26:59 (EST)

I visited the Museum and really enjoyed my visit. I was particularly struck by the artistry as well as the ed. value of the dioramas illustrating scenes from Gandhi's life. I was hoping to purchase a book or cards reproducing the dioramas,& info on the artist, but  you don't have any in your sales area. If you ever have such a book or cards, please let me know. And put some on the website.
Phyllis Holman Weisbard <>
430, Memorial Library, 728 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin, USA - Tuesday, July 29, 2003 at 17:11:08 (EST)

Your very great work of a very truthful human being is a very great work. The web is admired by my very open mind to all the new work you great people are to type... thank you.
Jimmy Martinez <>
3051, South J. St., Oxnard, California, USA - Friday, July 25, 2003 at 01:01:11 (EST)

This site is very informative. It has many important incidents about Gandhiji which I was unaware of. Please continue giving such information to the people.
Abhay Nawathe <>
A/2 Devkinandan Park, Gotri-390021, Vadodara, Gujarat, India. - Wednesday, July 23, 2003 at 05:17:22 (EST)

This is an interesting site. I have studied some of Gandhi's works, it would be fascinating to actually visit  a place where Gandhi lived.
I will definitely make it a point to visit the museum on my next visit to Mumbai city.
I wish you good luck on this, and I hope it helps promote Gandhian principles among the citizens of our world.
Kuber Mehta <>
128, Bagby Ave, Houston, TX, USA - Tuesday, July 22, 2003 at 22:15:58 (EST)

Thank u!
Sanju <>
Kerala, MS, India - Saturday, July 19, 2003 at 15:17:31 (EST)

In today's time of violence and communal disharmony Gandhi's values give right direction to the misguided youth of today.
Vijula Unni <>
Thane, Mah, India - Tuesday, January 14, 2003 at 07:32:39 (EST)

Really a great site about Mahatma Gandhi, All resources at single place. Thanks
Raj Gandhi <>
- Thursday, January 09, 2003 at 12:25:14 (EST)

Gandhi was a great man. I think he deserves lots of thanks for India today. If I was alive when the guy shot him I would have taken the bullet, Gandhi did not deserve to die.
Tyler Gilmore <>
Raleigh, NC USA - Wednesday, December 18, 2002 at 08:10:05 (EST)

I enjoyed my visit to your web site, great job.
germain <>
Vinderhoute, Belgium - Sunday, December 15, 2002 at 07:11:14 (EST)

Hello, Thanks for the great site that u guys have put up. Its extremely informative and helps people know the right things about Mahatmaji.
S. Vijayaraghavan <>
Chennai, Tamil Nadu India - Friday, December 13, 2002 at 05:02:16 (EST)

Values are and can never be bad. Those which are good are always relevant. When you say Gandhian values, one should know what values are being referred to as each moment of Gandhiji's life had something to teach us about. Gandhi preached and practised nonviolence, truth, peace, love and brotherhood. And to think of that it was decades ago. Now look at the situation around. There is hatred, selfishness, bloodshed everywhere. People are dying of no reason. Innocent children are killed even before knowing the meaning of death. Just think how better this world would have been had it followed the Gandhian principles of love and brotherhood. Gandhiji always maintained that violence will bring no fruits. In today's world of nuclear arms, isn't his thoughts apt? The world have tried using violent means to succeed and failed miserably. So, let us try the Mahatma's tools. We only have gains, so why not just implement them? Thus the Gandhian values are most relevant and apt today more than ever.
Geeta Pillai <>
Mumbai, Maharashtra India - Wednesday, November 27, 2002 at 06:42:43 (EST)



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