Person    | Male  Born 2/10/1869  Died 30/1/1948

Mahatma Gandhi

Indian politician, instrumental in India's independence. Born as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi at Porbunder in Gujarat. Assassinated in Delhi on the way to prayers. There is another statue of Gandhi in Britain, in Leicester, unveiled in June 2009.

2019: TelegraphIndia has an interesting article that refers to a planned statue in London's East End that was never erected.

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Mahatma Gandhi

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Friendship tree

We could find no evidence that the Raghuveers were married but it seems very ...

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Gandhi and Indo-British togetherness trees

Friendship Tree (Koelreutaria paniculata or Pride of India) planted by Lord M...

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Gandhi statue - Bloomsbury

This seatless statue belongs to the select group of seated London statues - s...

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Gandhi statue - Parliament Square

{On the front of the plinth:} Mahatma Gandhi {On the base of the statue, at ...

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Hackney Peace Carnival Mural

Easteight gives some interesting information about this mural. Mike Jones fin...

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Giles Vernon Hart - W6

{Beneath the Solidarity emblem:} In memory of Giles Vernon Hart a lifelong ca...

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