Meaning : Sun,
Origin : Indian (Sanskrit),
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Numerology information Gandhi:
Name Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest
Definition funny of Gandhi:
A bald little Indian dude who just so happened to be one of the most evolved souls the world has ever known. He was famous for his practice of non-violence by which he won India's independence from the British Empire without a shot. (You tell me of any other revolution that has been so successful.) Non-violence ("ahimsa") is basically the doctrine of not being a dickweed. This applies not only to humans but to animals and plants--literally "all living things". Gandhi was a fruitarian, although later in life he ashamedly reverted to drinking goats' milk due to an attack of dysentery. (Go figure, they hadn't yet invented soymilk 100 years ago.) Was killed because his progressive ideas didn't sit well with a certain moronic faction. And I must correct the poster who said he was killed by a Muslim. He was killed by a Hindu. Yes, even though Gandhi himself was a Hindu, he was killed by his own kin because they feared Gandhi's posture of universal tolerance toward Muslims. Just goes to show you that moronism supercedes religious affiliation. Morons are universal. Other notable acheivement: Popularized those cool "John Lennon glasses" long before John Lennon was even born. Contemporary uses of the term "Gandhi": Any time you can quote Gandhi, you win. Hands down.
MOM: What were you doing out all night? Getting high, I suppose? You & your hoodlum friends are nothing but trouble! KID: Well, you know what Gandhi said, "The greatness of any nation can be judged by how well it treats its animals." MOM: wtf? KID: You wouldn't understand.
1)Brilliant leader of non-violent Indian insurgency against British colonial rule during the first half of 20th century in. Philosophy of civil disobedience not only won independence for India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, but influenced Civil Rights movement in US through slain leader Martin Luther King Jr. 2)To shit one's pants or man-diaper with no visible sign of discomfort.
1)Gandhi inspired many millions of people to risk their lives to rid themselves of the shackles of the British Empire. He would often sit at his loom in a diaper. This was awe inspiring. 2)Uncle Joe would watch the Sunday games in his old Barcalounger with the food tray in front of him. Nary a facial muscle would twitch when he gandhied during the half-time show. The stench was unbelievable.
Mohandas Karamchamd Gandhi. Indian Lawyer, Politician,Pacifist that Give India Freedom without killing anyone (for war-lover ¨poltician¨, please see george bush ). He is also famous for his active practice of non-violent protests, that included fasting. Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela Were both inspired by him. Gandhi also fought against castes-in india the lowest cast wasn´t able to drink water from a fountain, neither eat fresh food, not even TOUCHING an aryan(indian´s ¨superior¨ caste)`s shadow. He was shot by a indian-muslim separatism fanatical.His last words were ¨he Ram¨(dear god. Sadly, a weapon-killing-war loving people who adore guns,(and happen to be associated) started a gandhi-is-nazi campaign, as it was seen on the show of two im-larger-than-life pseudointellectual magician wannabes Of course this is total bullshit, but well...haters will exist as long as ingnorance exist.
Einstein(quote): in the future nobody will believe such a saint man ever lived. Gandhi(quote): I do not believe god is truth, the TRUTH is God
Verb: To go all gandhi on someone is to be very uncooprative when asked to do something
Songs about Gandhi:
Gandhi II - "Weird Al" Yankovic
Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr. [Explicit] by Epic Rap Battles of History from the Album Epic Rap Battles of History Season 2 [Explicit]
Gandhi by Azar Lawrence from the Album The Seeker
Be The Change (The Story of Mahatma Gandhi) by MC Yogi from the Album Be The Change (The Story of Mahatma Gandhi)
Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr. by Epic Rap Battles of History from the Album Gandhi vs Martin Luther King Jr.
Gandhi/ Buddha (Live) by Cheryl Wheeler from the Album Greetings: Cheryl Wheeler Live (feat. Kenny White)
Slow Down Gandhi by Sage Francis from the Album A Healthy Distrust
Gandhi II by Weird Al Yankovic from the Album UHF: Weird Al Yankovic
Books about Gandhi:
Gandhi - The Gandhian Way to World Peace by Rameshwaram Chandra (Oct 14, 2014)
Gandhi by Louis Fischer (1982)
Gandhi by John Simkin (Dec 1, 2012)
Mahatma Gandhi: The Life and Legacy of the Father of India by Charles River Editors (Oct 6, 2014)
Gandhi by Demi (Sep 1, 2001)
Gandhi An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments With Truth by Mohandas Karamchand (Mahatma) Gandhi, Mahadev H. Desai and Sissela Bok (Nov 1, 1993)
Gandhi, An Autobiography - The Story of My Experiments With Truth by M. K Gandhi and Desai H. Mahadev (Aug 17, 2014)
Movies about Gandhi:
Gandhi 2008 PG CC - Runtime: 3 hrs 12 mins Starring: Ben Kingsley, Candice Bergen, et al. Directed by: Richard Attenborough
Between Gandhi & Hitler 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 53 mins Directed by: Tilman Remme
Gandhi 1982 PG - Runtime: 3 hrs 11 mins Starring: Ben Kingsley, John Gielgud, et al. Directed by: Richard Attenborough
Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr. "Was Gandhi for Real?" 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 59 mins Starring: Richard Grenier and Lloyd Irving Rudolph Directed by: Unavailable
Columbia Best Pictures Collection 2008 NR - Runtime: 25 hrs 31 mins Starring: Broderick Crawford, John Ireland, et al. Directed by: Carol Reed, David Lean, Elia Kazan, et al.
And Gandhi goes Missing... 2012 NR - Runtime: 20 mins Directed by: Unavailable
Gandhi At The Bat 2013 TV-G CC - Runtime: 11 mins Starring: Delfin Labao, Lee Perkins, et al. Directed by: Stephanie Argy and Alec Boehm
Wiki information Gandhi:
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the preeminent leader of Indian independence movement in British-ruled India. Employing nonviolent civil disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the...
Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi was the third Prime Minister of India and a central figure of the Indian National Congress party. Gandhi, who served from 1966 to 1977 and then again from 1980 until her assassination in 1984, is the second-longest-serving...