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Gandhi's bedroom, New Delhi
New Delhi

Mohandas Gandhi, better known as Mahatma (Great Soul), lived a life of voluntary poverty. Gandhi's bedroom is just as he left it, with his "worldly remains" (only 11 items, including his glasses and a walking stick) along the walls. Pictures and text tell the story of Gandhi's life and the Independence movement.

Copyright: Roger Berry
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Taken: 31/10/2010
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