peace


On war, religion and peace

2 October, 2009
Twenty years before he was assassinated, my grandfather Gandhi said he preferred the phrase ‘Truth is God’ to the phrase ‘God is Truth’ because although many people had been killed in the name of God, nobody had been killed in the name of truth.

Twenty years before he was assassinated, my grandfather Gandhi said he preferred the phrase ‘Truth is God’ to the phrase ‘God is Truth’ because although many people had been killed in the name of God, nobody had been killed in the name of truth.

Address to Mahatma Gandhi Canadian Foundation

2 October, 2002

Keynote address at Annual Banquet of the Mahatma Gandhi Canadian Foundation for World Peace

'The Legacy of Gandhi Comes To SBU'

31 October, 2002

Article about a lecture, 'Diversity and Peacemaking: Is Gandhi Relevant in 2002?', given by Rajmohan at Stony Brook University, on 23 October 2002

'Putting Peace Into Practice'

13 May, 2008

Blog by Rachel Eagle Reiter about peace referring to interview with Rajmohan when the writer was a student

'A Ghandian Perspective on Peace Education'

28 February, 1993

Interview with Rajmohan Gandhi on the website of the Japan Association for Language Teaching

'Understanding Religious Conflicts'

31 August, 2002

Chapter by Rajmohan Gandhi in 'Searching for Peace in Central and South Asia'. Ed. Monique Mekenkamp, Paul van Tongeren, and Hans van de Veen. Boulder, London: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2002.

'Peace & Identity: Some Reflections on the South Asia Experience'

3 April, 1995

Eighth Annual Vernon M. and Minnie I. Lynch Lecture on Conflict Resolution for the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University

'American Values, World Peace, and the Dynamics of Intervention'

5 October, 2003

Live web audio broadcast on the campus of Whitman, Washington State. 20MB MP3 file downloadable from http://www.whitman.edu/live/mp3/gandhi.mp3

New book

In this thought-provoking book, award-winning biographer and historian Rajmohan Gandhi sets the record straight on the founding fathers as well as their great opponent, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Along the way, he answers questions of perennial interest. More