Gandhi's path to the prayer meeting

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Marilyn Whiteley on January 28, 2008

This is the path Ghandi took on January 30, 1948, to the place where he was assassinated. There is a memorial at the place of his assassination.

Margrit M. Berger (S… on January 29, 2008

The way never ends.

The world is full of injustice, suppression and exploitings in all scales, from individuals to communities to whole continents.

Thank you, Marilyn for recalling to our minds the unique efficacy of a peace loving man and thus to show, what a single person is able to achieve.

My best wishes, May

mogens13 on January 29, 2008

TEN STARS to you Marilyn - for bringing this subject up. The whole World surely could use a person like him at the present time. But are there any? I don't see who it could be.

Greetings, Mogens.

Wallace Rivera on January 29, 2008

Interesting, thanks for the tour! I feel like I have been there. :)

Palmina Moore on January 29, 2008

Lovely photo of this historic place.


Hank Waxman on January 29, 2008

Thanks Marilyn for broadening my travel experience. I share all of the awe that was expressed here for that man, and I'm sorry to say to Mogens that his replacement is not among the current applicants for the job.

What a wonderful way to memorialize his humility. Thanks again.


Marilyn Whiteley on January 29, 2008

Thank you, May, Mogens, Wallace, Palmina, and Hank for sharing with me in reflecting on this place and this man. Our world sorely needs leadership like his, dedicated to peace and reconciliation.


Daniela Brocca on January 29, 2008

What a nice way to remember,Marilyn.Thanks for sharing.


Marilyn Whiteley on January 29, 2008

And thank you, Daniela, for visiting. Marilyn

Nawitka on January 30, 2008

Marilyn, what a thoughtful photo, and a very respectful memorial. It was Confucius, not Gandhi, who said "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step", but this memorial certainly brings that phrase to my mind.

Gandhi showed us the steps. He said "First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win."

Patricia Santini on January 31, 2008

Hi Marilyn, thank you for sending this interesting photo, it is an incredible memorial....Greetings, Paty.

Lilypon on February 1, 2008

Thank you for sharing this emotional scene with us Marilyn!


Marilyn Whiteley on February 2, 2008

I'm in Quebec City right now, so I'm slow in replying, but thank you, Nawitka, Paty, and Pam, for visiting this memorial. Marilyn

©polytropos on March 28, 2008

Interesting shot. I've been in New Delhi too, but never seen this. Have you been in Kolkata?

Marilyn Whiteley on March 28, 2008

This is not in the common list of tourist attractions, but fortunately it was on the itinerary of our small group. It was definitely worth a visit.

Bünyamin Kıvrak on November 22, 2009

Very nice. Very interesting.

Greetings from Turkey...


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Photo taken in Tees January Road Area, Motilal Nehru Marg Area, New Delhi, Delhi 110011, India

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