Upon visiting Bengal, Gandhi was asked to give a message to the people of India. To which he responded “My life is my message”.
The “My Life is my Message” gallery is a gallery dedicated to chronicling the inspiring life of MK Gandhi, the Mahatma. This is achieved through an exhibition of over 250 photographs organised in 7 parts which covers his entire life from his birth in Porbandar (in 1869), his time spent in England, the pivotal role he played in the South African Indian freedom struggle and his multiple roles in the path to Indian independence and finally ending with his tragic assassination in Delhi in 1948. The photographs are also accompanied by quotes from original texts in order for you to gain a greater understanding and a deeper insight into the life and character that was Gandhi and the legacy that still remains.