Arun Gandhi in London promoting Total Nonviolence September 1, 2012

Arun Gandhi Transformation UK 2012For Immediate Release, London, UK – Jul 26, 2012 – Gandhi to speak about Total Non Violence and his Charity, Gandhi For Children.

Arun Gandhi, fifth Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi is following in his famous Grandfather’s footsteps as he continues to deliver the message of Total Non-Violence around the World.  Author of several books, Mr Gandhi wrote The Forgotten Woman: The Untold Story of Kastur, the Wife of Mahatma Gandhi, jointly with his late wife Sunanda.  The book was published by fellow author and Founding President of Ozark Mountain’s Publishing Company, Dolores Cannon, in 2011.

Since then, Mr Gandhi has spoken about both his book, his work as a peace emissary as well as the work he does with his charities, The Gandhi Institute and Gandhi for Children at many organisations and events, including The United Nations.

This September, Mr Gandhi will speak in London on Sunday September 2 at Ozark Mountain Publishing’s Transformation Conference at the Shaw Theatre, The Novotel Hotel, St Pancras. 

Ozark Mountain Publishing is supporting Gandhi for Children by holding a raffle and donating 100% of the proceeds to the Charity which goes to helping children in India receive an education and helps rescue children from the horrors of sexual slavery and trafficking.

In encouraging people to help his cause by giving genorously, Mr Gandhi, using quotes from his famous Grandfather says, ‘Poverty is the worst form of violence…be the change you want to see in the World.’

To arrange an interview with Mr Gandhi either prior to his arrival in London or during his stay in London, please contact
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  1. Dollie Snider says

    This book is the biography of the woman in Mahatma Gandhi’s life. The incredible woman known simply as “Ba” — Mother, to millions of people in India, her story untold until now. Together since childhood she knew the flaws and human frailties of the man behind the legend. Arun Gandhi, the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, and his wife Sunanda, spent almost thirty years gathering the material for this book, which discloses personal facts and details never reported in any other Gandhi biography. Also contains never before published photographs.

  2. Minnie E. Moses says

    Sunanda met Arun Gandhi while he was in the hospital. She served as his nurse. A relationship blossomed as a result. The couple had much to work through, as Sunanda’s family had supported British rule and did not support the work of Mahatma Gandhi . The couple later wrote The Forgotten Woman, the only biography of Kasturba Gandhi , wife of Mahatma Gandhi . Sunanda would later serve as senior researcher at the Gandhi Institute.