Mahatma Gandhi’s last journey photos scaled down
Gandhi Smriti director Dipankar Shri Gyan said, “The attempt is to create a more vibrant, interactive space for visitors of all ages and represent Gandhi’s life and values in an effective way.” He said the panels were getting ‘old’ and they were re-created on digital panels so that they are preserved for many years.
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Gandhi Smriti, the place where Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated, has been "digitally transformed" with vibrations of foreigners singing Vaishnava Jana toh, LED screens with scaled-down pictures of his last journey and multimedia boards.
Govt's plans to "rev up" Bapu's martyrdom place killing its essence, politically motivated: Gandhi kin
For years, a part of Birla House that was converted into a museum, had its hallway filled with sepia-toned scenes of Gandhi’s last journey clicked by legendary photographer Henri Cartier Bresson. These included photographs of the flower-decked body of Gandhi, people flocking to see him for the last time and his shocked secretary at the funeral among others.
Gandhi, Nehru, Manmohan favoured helping persecuted minorities in neighbouring countries: J P Nadda
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"Whatever happened on December 15, is a blot on nation. Without any provocation, without any intimation to the vice chancellor, they (police) entered hostels and attacked women students. Students studying in library were attacked, which is a 'shame, shame, shame' and not acceptable at all," he told the cheering crowd.
View: Why the protests remind us of Gandhi’s Khilafat movement
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