Article by Ramachandra Guha in the Times Literary Supplement of January 25, 2008 about four books on Gandhi, including Rajmohan's.
A candid recreation of one of the most influential lives of recent times, this book finally answers questions long asked about the timid youth from India's west coast
Review of 'Gandhi: the Man, His People and the Empire' by Charles Allen in the August 2007 issue of the Literary Review of London
Article in the Guardian by Sarfraz Manzoor, on a new film about Mahatma Gandhi and on Rajmohan's book
Interview with Martin Newman of the 'Daily Mirror', London
Review of 'Gandhi: The Man, His People and The Empire' by Chandrahas Choudhury in 'The Scotsman'
Review of 'Gandhi: The Man, His People and The Empire' by M.V. Kamath in the 'Organiser'
Aziz Haniffa writes about a talk given by Rajmohan on 'The Islam/West Divide and India's Role: Hints from the Mahatma'
The 2007 Gandhi lecture
"We all know that a radical, all-encompassing love of humanity can be one of the most transformative forces on earth. Rajmohan Gandhi's book reminds us that it can spring from the most ordinary of hearts."