Other websites on Mahatma Gandhi
This is the official site of Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad. Gujarat Vidyapith founded by Mahatma Gandhiji in the year 1920. Mahatma Gandhiji was Founder & Former Chancellor of Gujarat Vidyapith.
Official website of Sevagram Ashram, Wardha, India which was founded by Mahatma Gandhi in 1936. Including nformation for visitors to visit and stay at the Ashram and Mahatma Gandhi's life and work.
It is a superb site on Mahatma Gandhi, including information about books on and by Gandhi in an on-line Mahatma Gandhi Book store which also has an online sale of bags, t-shirts, CD-ROMs, statues and more, all pertaining to Gandhi. Along with information about Gandhi Serve Foundation, there are also links to education, human rights, MK Gandhi, nonviolence and more.
The foundation seeks to create an environment for study and research on the teaching and research journal in Gandhian Studies.
This is the site by the Transnational Foundation for Peace & Future Research, presents analyses, ideas, columns and debates on the present situation on the present world scenario pertaining to  nonviolence, peace and harmony.
Gandhi Today focuses just not on Gandhi but his relevance in today's times. Gandhi TODAY endeavours to inspire its readers to constructive living, not just wishy-washy worshipping, quotating or gossiping. It is the Gandhian concept of living, i.e. Ahimsa (nonviolence, Satyagraha (Nonviolent Action), Swadeshi (Self-reliance), Swaraj (Self-Rule) and above all, Sarvodaya (the welfare of all) and the difficult task of applying this concept to our present violent based society, that has top priority on this site. The site, both in Swedish and English, contains many articles, updates on nonviolence and its relevance in today's times world over. is one of the most highly-visible and visited peace websites, being highly ranked through Gulf War II. The mission of the mission is featuring the best writing and analysis from a nonviolent viewpoint. The site also has a discussion board, various articles on issues related to peace and nonviolence with many links on other nonviolent sites.
This site is about the Center for the Advancement of Nonviolence, established in 2000 with a mission to heal, empower and revitalize lives and communities through the practice of nonviolence as a way of life. The site has many articles on nonviolence activities and also has many updates on the programmes of the center.
This site by Navajivan Trust which holds the copy right of Gandhi's works has a detailed information about the trust, its background, list of publications and so on. Founded by Mahatma Gandhi, Navajivan Trust is a publishing house of great repute having to its credit publications of more than 800 titles in English, Gujarati, Hindi and other languages so far.
The site is on MK Gandhi Institute of nonviolence of Arun Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson. It has different sections on Gandhi  such as biography, articles by Arun Gandhi, a chronology of Mahatma's life, his fasts, quotations, photo library, articles on nonviolence and also list of books, CDs and other items from the institute.
A complete site about the biggest Gandhi museum at Rajghat, New Delhi, its library which houses a vast collection of books numbering 26000 and has a Gandhi photo exhibition with 600 photographs.
You’ll find information and resources for Mahatma Gandhi the Gandhi Movement, nonviolence, peacemaking, small scale alternatives, and simple living.
This site contains information on Khadi & Village Industry Commission.
The Mahatma Gandhi Center for Global Nonviolence which was established in 2005 explores the significance for the contemporary world of the great task Mahatma Gandhi set for himself and for all of us as an experiment and an actual experience. Through education, international dialogues, and youth-focused programs, the Center studies and supports appropriate ways to put into practice the expression of mutual respect among human beings and for the planet's natural environment. The Center is a non-partisan and non-sectarian enterprise that welcomes both secular and faith-based participants in its programs. Its goal is to serve as a synergistic center for conflict resolution and peace-building that works for the mutual betterment of all inhabitants of our planet.
Buy books on and by Gandhi. There is also a section on 'Book reviews' where one can send their own reviews.
This is a site by Mani Bhavan, Gandhi Museum and Library, Mumbai and has a wide range of articles on and by Gandhi with a large collection of links to get more information on Gandhi, nonviolence, peace and conflict resolution.
The site intends to expose the Indian youth to film that brings new ideas, methodology, solutions and experimentation for social change through non violence and global disarmament.
A site by Gandhi Information Centre, Germany which was established in 1990 it has been freely available for Education and Culture.
A beautiful site about Gandhi, his views, a photo gallery, quotations and also consists of a section, 'poems' where one can send poems on Gandhi and more.
The Gandhi Foundation was set up by Richard Attenborough, well-known director of the film 'GANDHI' in 1983 to spread knowledge of the philosophy and teaching of Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948) in Britain.
Information about Gandhi Sangrahalaya in Patna with library and other services.
A site by Institute of Gandhian Studies, Wardha.
An important site on nonviolence, by fourth freedom forum, which explores options for the nonviolent resolution of international conflicts, it has also has articles and publications published recently.
This is a beautiful site by the organisation PEP (Promoting Enduring Peace) is an organisation working tirelessly to promote peace and friendship and educating people to develop a more peaceful and thus a happy society. This site also has a section informing visitors about Gandhi Peace Prize awarded for contribution towards international peace and good will.
This website works to educate and inspire people to promote peace, harmony, and well-being in the world. It upholds the ideas and ideals described in the book, Building a Noble World. Recognizing Mahatma Gandhi as one of the greatest apostle of peace, this website propagates Gandhi’s practical doctrine of resisting evil by the force of love.
A beautiful site on India, its culture and festivals, landscapes, social issues, history and more, has a section on Gandhi which includes his biography, articles on him and also a select bibliography.
An exhaustive online library with books on Gandhi.
A brief yet informative section on Gandhi, presented in an interesting way with photographs, illustrations, puppets, Rangoli (Designs made with coloured powder), portraits, cartoons, a photo-quilt, etc. A visual treat for all those interested in Gandhi; it also includes quotes and views of Gandhi along with excerpts from some well-known books on and by Gandhi.
This site has a beautiful section on Gandhi constituting an online quiz on Gandhi, an article on Gandhi by Nelson Mandela and a photo album of Mahatma Gandhi, along with a photographic tour of the life and times of Mohandas Gandhi. |
Updated information about Peace programmes, events and needs with CPI Peace-building Community
The CULTURE OF PEACE INITIATIVE (formerly the "WE THE PEOPLES" INITIATIVE) is a United Nations-designated "Peace Messenger Initiative" - with Participants in all the world's regions.
The Satya Graha Forum seeks to get a conversation going about non violent strategies as practiced by Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. This coming April various cultural organizations in New York City will be holding events that relate to the subject.
Offers professional healthcare services to traditional medicine system based healthcare centers and hospitals. For existing centers, offers to take the centre on lease or on management contract basis. Also offers management audit for existing centers. At the end of audit we submit a report containing evaluation of various departments and our recommendations for improvement.
Gandhi's virtual ashram with a photo Gallery of Gandhiji's Images and Gandhiji's Quotations
Gandhi's voice recorded while he was giving a talk on "My Spiritual Message."
A beautiful section on Gandhi, with articles on Gandhi by Richard Attenborough and  Louis Fischer.
Photographs of Mahatma Gandhi
A beautiful section on Gandhi, his life and work.
This site on Nobel prizes, has a section on Gandhi's Nobel nomination.
This section has articles on Gandhi's life, his writings and a chronology on his life.
Recording of Gandhi's voice
The BBC news site has a page on Gandhi and has put some current news on Gandhi.
The website is dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi's pious thoughts on spirituality.
The website is targeted towards youth empowerment to develop responsible young world citizens.
The Spinning Wheel Sleuth : A newsletter about Spinning Wheels and related tools, provides detailed information about Chrakha (Spinning Wheel).
Collection of videos on Mahatma Gandhi
Russian website. Devoted to Mahatma Gandhi, his life, work and philosophy.
Gandhi quotations and links reflect his ideas about spirituality and non-violent action, as well as his deep commitment to individual liberty and the minimal state.
Online shop of stickers, mugs, t-shirts, postcards, caps with Mahatma Gandhi graphics
Projects by Students for students
Earthcare Books is a publisher and distributor of books on environmental issues and just and sustainable development. Selling worth-reading Gandhi books under the category of 'Gandhian vision'.
Promoting Sarvodaya Social Order – a society based on the principles of Welfare of all, equality of all, respect for all, a society built on the foundations of truth and nonviolence, compassion, cooperation with the spirit of understanding, tolerance, peaceful coexistence, human values, Peace with Justice in a sustainable world.
Website of the M. K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, a nonprofit organisation that works to realize the vision of its historic namesake. The M. K. Gandhi Institute helps individuals and communities develop the inner resources and practical skill needed to achieve a nonviolent, sustainable and just world. Located at the University of Rochester, the M. K. Gandhi Institute collaborates with other nonprofits, academic institutes, students and driven peacemakers.
Gandhi, musical and educational project
A tribute to Mahatma Gandhi through Memorabilia by Gandhi World Foundation.
Tarun Bharat Sangh seeks to bring dignity and prosperity to the life of destitute section of rural India through sustainable development measures. It works for the holistic development of men, women, and children, regardless of economic situation, caste or religion. Working for the empowerment of rural communities, TBS believes in Gandhian approach of Gram Swarajya-village self rule.
A website dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi - Father of the nation.
Website of Gandhi Centre for Rural Development (GCRD); spearheading the Swadeshi movement in accordance with the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi for the realisation of Gramaswaraj through Swadeshi and Self-reliance.
The Gandhi Peace Centre is a not for profit, secular, charitable organisation working with the Children, Youth and Communities in Sydney. Organisation’s Vision and Mission Statements believes in the peace, harmony and non violence means of interventions ‘for the wellbeing of all.’
A website of Nature Cure centre, situated at Pune, Maharashra, India. Providing complete information about Nature Cure treatment.
A website propagating Gandhian philosophy among society.
Gandhi Legacy Tour 2013-14.
Fight Child Trafficking | End Child Hunger - Gandhi For Children — End Forced Child Labor
Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) is an unarmed, professional civilian peacekeeping force that is invited to work in conflict zones worldwide.
Collection of quotations by Mahatma Gandhi

META PEACE TEAM (MPT) empowers people to engage in active nonviolent peacemaking. MPT was started in 1993 as Michigan Peace Team, in response to the growing need for civilian peace-makers both in the U.S. and abroad. MPT offers nonviolence training workshops and provide opportunities to join peace teams.

NCRI is working to strengthen rural India in a holistic manner, using education as an instrument of social advancement. Their major interventions includes 1) Obtaining equivalence for Nai Talim degrees / diplomas / certificates, 2)Appraisal of conceptual and theoretical approaches and revision of curriculum, and and 3) Training of new generation Nai Talim teachers.

This web site endeavors to create an Archive of Record of significant texts on the history, theory, and practice of nonviolence, mainly represent a Gandhian perspective, it recognize that nonviolence is a living, dynamic concept that reshapes and reinterprets itself from age to age and culture to culture. Nonviolence is responsive to needs, and needs affect form. This website is owned and maintained by Stichting Satyagraha, a nonprofit organization duly registered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Peace Truth Ahimsa is an initiative that enables students and adults to explore Mahatma Gandhi and his life; using engagement as a catalyst. Infotainment technology, Interactive talks, rich media visualisations, collaborative art and culinary experiences weave a journey from the past that empowers the participant with values to influence the future.

Gandhi Brigade commits to provide programs that empower youth to be leaders in their communities.
They envision a radically diverse network of youth and adults who are united in their commitment to fight for the empowerment of all people through the Gandhi principles of nonviolence, awareness, and common effort.

Barefoot College is a non-governmental organization that has been providing basic services and solutions to problems in rural communities for more than 40 years, with the objective of making them self-sufficient and sustainable. These ‘Barefoot solutions’ can be broadly categorized into the delivery of Solar Electrification, Clean Water, Education, Livelihood Development, and Activism. With a geographic focus on the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), we believe strongly in Empowering Women as agents of sustainable change.

Providing information, consultation, education and training to resolve conflict in a non-violent manner that decreases violence in all its forms and leads to harmony in the family, school, workplace, society, and inspire humanity to expand its consciousness to create Peace on earth.

Explores various faces of Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa like The Young Lawyer, Campaigner, Publisher, Satyagrahi, Prisoner, The Tolstotan etc. You.

Brief information about Gandhi's 'Pilgrimage to Noakhali', exploring new methods and strategies in Peace building, Peace-making and Peace-keeping.

Brief information about Mahatma Gandhi's life and works, important events, related links etc.