• Who was M. K. Gandhi? – 1

    (1) Was M. K. Gandhi the Spiritual father of Nehru and or Nehruvians?

    (2) Was M. K. Gandhi a Capitalist?

    (3) Was M. K. Gandhi a Socialist (inclusive of Communists)?

    (4) Was M. K. Gandhi a Mixture of Capitalistic ideas and socialistic ideas?

    (5) Was M. K. Gandhi having his own ideas?

    (6) Was M. K. Gandhi a slave of British?

    (7) Was M. K. Gandhi a Muslim?

    (8) Was M. K. Gandhi a Christian?

    (9) Was M. K. Gandhi a Jain? (10) Was M. K. Gandhi a Buddhist? (11) Was M. K. Gandhi a Sikh?

    (12) Was M. K. Gandhi a Vedic?

    (13) Was M. K. Gandhi a traditional Sanatanist?

    (14) Was M. K. Gandhi something else?

    Let us discuss without prejudice.

    (1) Was M. K. Gandhi the Spiritual father of Nehru and or Nehruvians?


    JL Nehru himself, his daughter Indira Ghandi, Indira Ghandi’s son viz. Rajiv Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi’s wife Sonia Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi’s son Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi’s daughter Priyanka Vaidra, Sonia’s son in law Robert Vaidra, Priyanka’s son

    A lot of persons believed, because M. K. Gandhi helped Nehru, to become the Prime Minister of India, despite of Nehru was not senior, he was self-centered and he was lacking wisdom. Besides this, Nehru’s name was not suggested by any of the provincial Congress committees.

    Nehru though he knew that his name had not been suggested by any committee, Nehru did not withdraw his candidature. M. K. Gandhi was aware of the nature of Nehru, thereby he could foresee the likely split in Congress at that crucial time. M. K. Gandhi wanted to avoid the break up India into several pieces, M. K. Gandhi allowed him to be the PM till the forthcoming general elections. M. K. Gandhi did not know Sardar Patel can also die much earlier to the general elections. M. K. Gandhi was not holding any type of power post since 1933. Hence it was not the compulsion for Central Committee to follow M. K. Gandhi’s suggestion.

    Much of the fault lied with the learned people of India  and the Indian media, who hided the blunders of Nehru on Indo-Pak and Indo-China relations during 1948 to 1952.. They could have come forward, to defeat Congi. Congi got defeated only when Jai Prakash Narayan a veteran M. K. Gandhian, took the leadership in 1977.

    M. K. Gandhi had lastly suggested that the Congress should be dissolved. But the learned people of India and media did not give adequate publicity. M. K. Gandhi had also shown his desire that Nehru should speak M. K. Gandhi’s language. This means that Nehru had to resign from the politics and had to do missionary work and people’s awareness work like Vinoba Bhave. M. K. Gandhi did not tell “Vinoba Bhave would speak my language”, because Vinoba Bhave was already doing public awareness and missionary work.

    As for the mental or spiritual differences, Nehru and Gandhi had a lot of differences on which books are available. In short M. K. Gandhi was not a Spiritual father of any of the Nehruvians.

    Nehru had practically proved that his progeny must be his successor of the political post he held. He had made a foolproof plan for this. This was not the character of M. K. Gandhi to promote his progeny.

    No Nehru dynastic progenies can be termed as spiritual successor of M.K. Gandhi. Even their real surnames are false and misspelled.

    (2) Was M. K. Gandhi a Capitalist?

    M. K. Gandhi did not believe in any ‘ism. His ideas had neither come up, under any reaction of the prevailing ‘isms’ nor he generated a new ‘ism.

    In capitalism, the center point is individual. That is, an individual must have full liberty of earning wealth, possession of wealth, consumption of wealth (to the extent its capacity) and freedom of expression. For any dispute between two individuals, the state will provide genuine justice under the prevailing law or modified law.

    In short capitalism promote the individual human as the fundamental entity of the state.

    (3) Was M. K. Gandhi a Socialist (inclusive of Communist)?

    Socialism is a very confusing term. It is just like the other confusing terms “Non-violence” and “Democracy”

    All, the three terms are relative terms. Under Socialism the welfare of the society is the main aim.

    But who will have the executive power? Who will have the judicial power? Is it the majority that will control the executives?

    Any way there will be a book of the set up of the governing structure “a book of rule.” Whenever there comes up an issue, the public representative will decide with majority as to what changes should be made.

    But can a justice be determined by a majority? No it cannot be. To resolve this dilemma learned and experts of jurisprudent are provided in the system. These arrangements are existing in both the above ‘ism.

    Then what is the difference?

    Socialistic government is practically not a transparent government. We find as to how the government in Russia (USSR too) and China hides the truth. India too have experienced the autocracy of Congi and its allies. One the character can be developed by a government, that the government conduct murders and even hide murders. This is after all a basic lacuna and offence of the socialism.

    (4) Was M. K. Gandhi having a Mixture of Capitalistic ideas and Socialistic ideas?

    As per the people trust in Socialism (Communism) they had labeled M. K. Gandhi as a stooge of Capitalists. Off course this could be mainly because M. K. Gandhi was promoting Ram-Rajya.

    It is the main characteristic of the western philosophers and historians to have misconceptions on Indian philosophy and history, either willfully to meet their agenda, or due to their ill knowledge on Indian cultural heritage.

    Lenin was heavily confused on the set up of Indian society. Though Lenin was against capitalism, he approved the British Rule on India.

    As a fact, no outsider can understand Indian philosophy and social set up, unless the person brought up India.

    (5) Was M. K. Gandhi had his own ideas?

    The Communists present themselves as atheist. They term the religion as Opium. They try to promote themselves as Anti-religion. Off course, they use the religions as a weapon to divide the people in the targeted society. All the fault lines of the targeted society are weapons for them. Communists do not believe in the purity of the tools, to achieve the goal of a so called pure and pious society. It looks very funny.

    The main defect of Communists is, that they are not able to define “Society”.

    According to them “society” means “human society”. This is because their forefathers had taught them that only the Human has the soul. Other living entities’ kingdoms, their members have no soul. The God has created these kingdoms for mankind. The God has given full liberty to human society to kill species and human society can eat them.

    Contrary to this, the Indian philosophy defines and extends the society to the Cosmic society which covers the whole cosmos with its constituents. Everything whatsoever you find in the Cosmos is a living thing. Human society is a small part of the cosmic society.

    It is for that reason, “Because the human has the more developed brain, it has much more responsibility to protect others.” This concept had been grasped by M. K. Gandhi from the Vedas.

    M. K. Gandhi says “by any accident somehow or other all the books get burnt away, but if Ishavashya Upnishad remains, it would be ok for Hindus.”

    Ishavashya provides the way of living. M. K. Gandhi has written a book on “Set the mind with God”. (ईशावास्यवृत्ति).

    तेन त्यक्तेन भुंजीथाः, मा गृधः कस्यस्वित्‌धनम्‌. Enjoy with what he (God) left for you. Do not take anything which belongs to others. God resides everywhere.

    Based on this, Gandhi wrote a book Sarvodaya (Raise All or Rise of all). [Some people say that Sarvodaya is based on Raskin’s book ON TO THE LAST but “on to the last” is missing many aspects. It is possible that Gandhi might have been inspired as to what should be the ideal society by “On to the last”]

    “It is incidentally you, when you perform a work skillfully.”

    “Actually it is not you, who has done the work. It is the God. Hence you take only that much what you need. You are the trustee of your excessive wealth you have generated.

    The Indian society was following above principles when India was a economical supper power in the world in the ancient and the middle age of the history.

    (6) Was M. K. Gandhi a slave of British?

    We must accept, that though British were hypocrite to much extent, many British, Scotch and Irish people have soft corner towards M. K. Gandhi. This you can see in his autobiography. These people were not like the persons of Indian Lutyen gangs who works with their anti-BJP agenda at the cost of every harm to the nation.

    E.g. Tukde Tukde gang, on the plea of democratic rights, shouts slogans of dividing India into many parts. Actually these parts of India have their proportionate representation in the parliament of India. Every Indians have freedom as per constitution. During British rule, Indians had not proportionate representation in British parliament.

    Till Gandhi came to India he did not want total freedom from British. He wanted Home Rule. When Gandhi was in South Africa, he had accepted the supremacy of British. This was even common in India too. But Gandhi was of the opinion that we can deal with British government for more and more rights by dialogue and peaceful agitations. British Government had principally committed to Rule of Law. It believed in the democracy. But it had violated its given democratic rights when Indians oppose the British peacefully. There were many British persons and British media who had criticized such violence of the British Government. Their judiciary was independent, and it was not controlled by any Lutyen Gangs. The information of the agitations of Gandhi was widely spreaded, all over the western world through media. Gandhi also used to write his stand in media.

    We can write a big book on Gandhian way of conducting agitation. Gandhi lead agitations were not, like just to collect mob, obstruct road traffic and simply shout. There was a clear guide line on how to conduct an agitation.

    The Nehruvians and their culturally allied parties, can be put to jail for decades, for the breach of rule of law of the government and also for the breach of the Gandhian guide line.

    Modi appears to be lenient on oppositions’ harmful activities. This may probably for the reason of his strategy, because the common mass including the so called learned people have no knowledge or ill knowledge on Gandhian way of protest. E.g. Arun Shauri, M. J. Akabar, … Saint Rajnish (self-designated and self-certified as “Osho”, Swami Satchidanand … We are not noting the persons of Lutyen Gangs and their associated media because they have anti-BJP agenda.

    Who was staunch British?

    It was Winston Churchill. He hated Gandhi to the extent that he was not ready to permit  Gandhi to  meet him. This can be easily treated as the certificate given by Winston Churchill that M. K. Gandhi was number one enemy of British Government. Thus M. K. Gandhi was one of the real freedom fighter.

    Some people say that M. K. Gandhi was a fake great man. To present Gandhi before the public as a great man, was the idea of Nehruvian governments.

    Ultimately the truth only prevails.

    If Nehruvian governments were responsible to maintain the fake-greatness of Gandhi, then why it failed in maintaining the greatness of JL Nehru? Nehruvians are self-centered and they have ruled India for six plus decades, despite of this they cannot suppress the truth pertained to themselves, then how Nehruvians could be successful for Gandhi? Gandhi did not hold any power post whatsoever since 1933? It was quite easy to erase his greatness even by 1942. All the derogative events in connection with Gandhi were known to public at that time too. Nothing new has come up to day.

    Narendra Modi who is the staunch follower of the principles of R. S. S., and he is having unchallengeable power post in his party and the Government. But he gives full respect to M. K. Gandhi? Why? Only because, under “Gujarat Reads” programs he read Gandhi and he had been convinced by the life and principles of Gandhi.

    It should also be noted that all the great personality cannot be fooled by a fake greatness. Martin Luthar King, John Kennedy, Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Aung Sang Suu Kye, Albert Einstein … and many others had been inspired by M. K. Gandhi.

    Yes. Lutyen gangs want that some people of pro-BJP are prone to get mislead and they can be instigated to troll some controversial topic of Gandhi on social media. Lutyen gangs have with them some persons to instigate such pro-BJP to troll such topics. Such pro-BJP persons are lacking in sense of relevance and sense of proportion.

    (7) Was M. K. Gandhi a Muslim?

    M. K. Gandhi, in his childhood, had come across the general mass of Muslims, because his father Karamchand Gandhi was appointed to redress the family problems in the Porbandar kingdom. Muslims too used to come significantly to Karamchand Gandhi. Their problems were similar to Hindus. The Muslims too had great respect for the father of M. K. Gandhi. This was the period of seventh and eighth decades of the nineteenth century. The British were not successful to create a division among Hindus and Muslims till the end of world war-I.

    Hindus and Muslims used to live peacefully in general. Dada Abdulla, the employer of Gandhi in South Africa was Muslim, but Gandhi never felt any discrimination. The Indian Muslims observed Islam what belonged to Prophet Mohammed. Aurangzeb was forgotten and Bahadur Shah Jaffer was remembered.

    One must remember that basically Muslims [other than majority of Indian Muslims (undivided India), because the mindset of Indian Muslims is spoiled by Congis] are not against Hindus. E.g. Look at the UAE, Oman, and many other Gulf countries. These countries share their prosperity with Hindus. Many Hindus are working in those countries. In view of the percentage, how many Hindus are employed in Japan or China?

    Off course M. K. Gandhi was able to identify the evil-full nature of some Muslims. He carried an impression that it was due to their culture which has not been developed. Hindu culture is several thousand years older culture than Muslims and Christians. That is why the Hindus have already passed through that “Gunda-Culture” several thousands of years back. We have forgotten it.

    Why here such silly question as “Was M. K. Gandhi a Muslim?”

    The reply is;

    Lutyen Gangs are fully suffering from “Hindu Phobia”.

    There could be a possibility of Hindus who are suffering from “Muslim Phobia”. Off course such Hindus are rarest to rare. We cannot ruled out such possibility.

    Some people do believe that Nehru’s origin was Muslims. Leave this point aside. But Nehru was passed through Hindu rituals. Ultimately under a fashion Nehru undergone a change and he started suffering from Hindu Phobia.

    There are persons who label Firoz Gandhi a Muslim and as a  supplier of liquor to Nehruvians. Actually Firoz Gandhi was a Parsi. He was a very good parliamentarian. He had unearthed many frauds of Congi during the nineteen fifties. He was highly honored and he was highly appreciated at that time by the public. But the current generation does not know this, inclusive of Sudhir Chaudhary of Zee TV. Some persons under the craze of not sparing a single Muslims, abuses Firoz Gandhi too. Actually we must appreciate the contribution of Firoz Gandhi in the Parliament.

    There are persons who find blood relation of Jinna with JL Nehru. What to do with such persons?

    For the above reason “Was Gandhi a Muslim …. ?” have been introduced here.

    (8) Was M. K. Gandhi a Christian?

    This too, is a ridiculous question.

    M. K. Gandhi used to tell Christian priests “If you have postponed telling about Jesus to Indians, and if you have told only about his “Lectures on Mountain”, then nobody would had looked at you doubtfully.

    “You see some evils in Hindu lower castes. But I have travelled through all over India and visited many people. They had better spiritual knowledge than what you people have. Many Brahmins had opposed and opposes discrimination based on caste, and they have served lower castes, and by serving them they felt,  they have done the service to God.

    (9) Was M. K. Gandhi a Jain?  (10) Was M. K. Gandhi a Buddhist? (11) Was M. K. Gandhi a Sikh.

    M. K. Gandhi had never recognized Jainism, Bauddhism and Sikhism a separate religion from Hindu.

    Some Western writers believed that, because M. K. Gandhi had a Jain friend, M. K. Gandhi was vegetarian. This is a ridiculous belief. Actually Brahmins and Baniyas are pure vegetarian all over India. [One western lady writer believed that only Dog (shva=श्वा) was known to Vedic people. They used to call, all the other animals as “ashva” (not a Dog = अ-श्व). Western writers have habit to create such ridiculous and fake discoveries].

    Aryan Invasion Theory is mostly based on such ridiculous fake discoveries.

    (12) Was M. K. Gandhi a Vedic?

    M. K. Gandhi says “To my knowledge the Hindu religion is the most tolerant knowledgeable religion. A religion must have the capacity to remove evils in it. If this character is not permitted in a religion, it cannot be termed as a religion at all. I can see evils in my religion. I would try to remove them. But because of any evil, I will never adopt any other religion. Hindu religion is not a religion with narrow outlook and mindset which would not permit Hindus to make changes and which would remain stagnant. We Hindus have the culture to correct us and to go ahead with progress.

    (13) Was M. K. Gandhi a traditional Sanatanist?

    Yes. M. K. Gandhi was a Sanatanist. He believed in acquiring knowledge. He believed in dialogue. He believed in reforms. He believed in Traditions which are useful and joyful should be observed. He believed that the Hindu religion by its nature, contains eternal (Sanatana) principle of life.

    (14) Was M. K. Gandhi something else?

    Yes… yes… yes. M. K. Gandhi was much more than a politician.

    (14a) Sustainable economy with appropriate technology.

    He promoted decentralized production where the “Pockets (villages)” will be Self-sufficient in majority of their requirements. The outer greater pockets (cities) would supplement the smaller pockets and vice versa.

    He was not against machines. But machines should not harm others. He was quite convinced that if till the middle age, the  India could remain a major economical supper power in the world, under decentralized production system, why does it not now? He said further, that those who wrote Vedas were quite capable to make large machines. But  the Vedic people believed that it is advisable to live with the nature. We are here to supplement the natural resources. We are not here to consume the natural resources.

    No large scale production can sustain itself unless the government facilitate them, and that too, out of way and harming others.

    (14b) Health and prevention of diseases.

    His principle was that nature (our body and the vegetable products) has provided the property to keep us healthy and to cure diseases. He has written books on “Experiment with mud”, Experiment with water … oils”… i.e. naturopathy.

    We all know that most of the diseases are generated due to un-cleanliness, impure water and improper food habits. Most of the diseases can be cured by 2 to 4 days fasts. Many diseases can be cured by water and oil treatments, proper food and exercise.

    (15) Was M. K. Gandhi always right?

    It is a matter of research. He was after all a human being born with an ordinary caliber. But he developed his brain by deep thinking and without prejudice.

    M. K. Gandhi was a social scientist. He was sincere in his thoughts and actions. He was ready to correct himself. He has given liberty to all, to have a dialogue and to think deeply on what he says. He advised people that if they feel it correct by their brain and heart, then only they should follow what he said.

    M. K. Gandhi cannot be correct, on the matters related with physical science.

    E.g. Once he took a mugful of water from the river to wash his face, and he said my share is this much only. He might have told like this, for the psychological treatment as to not waste the water. He did not know, that hundreds of tons of water gets evaporated where the quantum of the usage of an individual from a river is negligible. If a human consumes the natural resources for personal use, the nature has enough, but if a person uses the natural resources for profit, the nature does not have enough to fulfill the greed.

    M. K. Gandhi had not discarded the re-birth like many others. M K. Gandhi believed that body and soul are separate. This type of belief prevails in all most all Priests, Mullahs and Hindu Saints inclusive of modern and traditional Bava-s.


    Shirish M. Dave