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xx No Nobel Peace Prize for most noble man in history
« Thread started on: Oct 8th, 2005, 11:24am »

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xx Re: No Nobel Peace Prize for most noble man in his
« Reply #1 on: Jul 14th, 2006, 12:49am »

Vijaybhai,

I dont believe that Gandhiji did some good for this nation.

Gandhiji is responsible for the bad condition of our India.

What I believe that Gandiji was the great politian.

We got india independed by not only Gandhiji.

If he was good, why he was killed by Godse ?

What was the reall fact, why Gandhiji killed ?

Why Nehru became PM instead of Sardar Patel ?

Just imagine, if there might no Muslim in our country , todays blast never occur.......riots.....kashmir......etc.,

Gandhiji Allowed to leave Musllim in our country ....


can you tell me how much Hindu are there in Pakistan now ?

It's good decision not to take Nobel to Gandhiji........

Just find out fact about what Gandhiji did ?

Search in Google......you will get it.......


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xx Re: No Nobel Peace Prize for most noble man in his
« Reply #2 on: Jul 14th, 2006, 12:59am »

And about Peace.......


Today Indian can not leave with Peace. Why ?

Attack of Muslim ? Kasmir Become empty...Kashmiri Pandit Killed........

Mumbai Blast.....

AksharDham's devotees.....

Godhrakand......

Delhi blast.....

Kashmir blast......

Devotees killed in kashmir....

Hindu killed in kashmir......

Our Hindu women cheated by Muslim men...marry...& divorce or sucide........or ...converted to muslim...........
Wrong inspiration for our hindu girls....All big muslim actor has hindu wife...Shahrukh khan....Amir khan....etc....

Cow killed.......

So many problem might not created....if Gandhiji did good..........


There is no peace in India ....due to Gandhiji.....than ...how can he get Peace Prize..............


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xx Re: No Nobel Peace Prize for most noble man in his
« Reply #3 on: Jul 14th, 2006, 02:23am »

read this

http://www.rediff.com/news/1998/jan/29godse.htm

http://ngodse.tripod.com/defense.htm

http://www.mkgandhi-sarvodaya.org/godse.htm

http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Congress/1800/play.htm





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xx Gandhiji’s honesty was also doubted.
« Reply #4 on: Jul 14th, 2006, 02:31am »

Gandhiji’s honesty was also doubted. Nehru and Sardar Patel, too disagreed with his insisting on giving Pakistan it’s dues of 55 crores of rupees. We too may disagree. The disagreement was not about giving the money; the disagreement was about Gandhiji’s insistence on giving the money immediately. There was a possibility that the money would be used against us in war, therefore Sardar Patel was uneasy. Sardar and Gandhi had different duties at that time. As the Home Minister, Sardar rightly thought that they were justified in delaying paying the dues at a time of disquiet, and that was an internationally accepted norm. Gandhiji’s insistence was that of a great soul.

It was not wrong that Godse and the Hindu Mahasabha were angry with him. Many Congress leaders also found Gandhi unacceptable at that time, but if a difference of opinion is to be settled by killing someone, then what turn would society take? Can even Bal Thackeray be safe in such a society?

Gandhiji was not the kind of great soul that never makes a mistake, because he was a man. Do we even have the honesty of his mistakes? He took up actions that would benefit the country and the world, with great integrity. Do we follow our own thoughts with such integrity? In such cases, we are even less honest than Godse, because we do not have even his fearlessness.

There is no need to be upset about the plays on Gandhi and Harilal. I had the opportunity of reading the manuscript of Feroze Khan’s play, ‘Mahatma V/S Gandhi’ before it was performed. It is based strictly on facts, and at the same time, it has maintained a subtle discretion. It is not necessary to believe that Harilal did not suffer any injustice. Even admirers do not have the right to take away from Gandhiji’s human-ness. Let us hear Kaka Kalelkar carefully: “ Gandhiji is a man. He was susceptible to human passions. If Gandhiji was an incarnation of God, I swear I would not have worshipped him.”

If we can use our own judgment after watching the plays based on Gandhi, Godse and Harilal, then there won’t be any injustice done to the Mahatma. If Gandhi is an incomplete man, then Godse too is not a complete man. It cannot be expected that Gopal Godse or Bal Thackeray will understand this. They sell the stock of anger. The common man is more sensible than them. There is no need to fear that Gandhi’s thoughts will be suppressed because of a few plays. He experimented with truth, not with plays.
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xx Re: No Nobel Peace Prize for most noble man in his
« Reply #5 on: Sep 4th, 2009, 04:29am »


I am a bit split on the views about Gandhi. Maybe the media has built him to exaggerated heights, I don't know.

How many are aware of this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQO1uNhw_1s&feature=related


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