Gandhi’s grandson preaches peace

26 April, 2013

Rajmohan Gandhi visited campus to work with students in the course REL-295: Gandhi and Resistance, taught by Tim Dobe, Religious Studies, and Shuchi Kapila, English. He gave a talk entitled “Contemporary Struggles in the Greater Middle East and its Neighborhood: Is There a Gandhian Perspective?” The S&B’s Lily Jamaludin spoke with Professor Gandhi.

Lincoln and Gandhi

22 March, 2013

In this video Professor Andrew MacIntyre, Dean of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, talks to Professor Rajmohan Gandhi about his grandfather Mahatma Gandhi and what he shares in common with Abraham Lincoln.

Rajmohan Gandhi delivers 14th Borker Memorial Lecture, on "India 2047"

1 September, 2012

'We need politicians and bureaucrats who are not made immensely richer by a few years of service', says Rajmohan Gandhi.

Launch of Kannada translation book on Mahatma Gandhi

4 August, 2012

Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar and former Chief Justice of India S. Rajendra Babu joined Rajmohan Gandhi for the publication of his book on Mahatma Gandhi in Bangalore.

'Embrace Mandela as our own'

19 July, 2012

On the occasion of anti-apartheid crusader Nelson Mandela’s 94 birthday on Wednesday, noted academician and humanitarian Rajmohan Gandhi called upon Indians to embrace the South African leader and consider him as their own.

John Hope Franklin Center symposium

1 June, 2012
Rajmohan Gandhi keynote speaker at John Hope Franklin Center symposium, 'The Politics of Reconciliation'.

Monroe Students Interview Gandhi's Grandson

1 May, 2012

After spending a month engaged in looking for a solution to a longstanding dispute between Pakistan and India, 81 fourth-grade students, their teachers, and two parent volunteers shared their ideas with Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, Rajmohan Gandhi. The 35-minute phone call gave the students insight into the issues they had researched.

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