Welcome to the Gandhigiri Project!


A refreshingly updated look at non-violence and its relevance to young people today.

Finding peaceful, creative and often light-hearted ways to:-





Overcome our Difficulties

Be Truthful and Direct

Treat Everyone Equally

Stand up for Your Rights

with Peaceful Protest

Expose Unfairness or Injustice

Live in Peace and Promote Cross-cultural Understanding

More About the Project

This project was inspired by the popular 2006 Indian film “Lage Raho Munnabhai” in which the hero, Munna is persuaded by a vision of Gandhi to adopt non-violent tactics which he calls “Gandhigiri”.We wish to share these ideas of non-violence with young people around the world.

How can the teachings that so inspired some of our great world leaders have significance in our lives today?

We hope this website helps to :-

* Introduce Gandhi’s teachings to a new generation.

* Generate dialogue about non-violence in today’s world.

* Define the word “Satyagraha.”

* Show“Satyagraha” in Action.

* Demonstrate practical uses of non-violence in daily life.

* Suggest and encourage an open dialogue about non-  

   violence and peaceful protest in our society today.






Connect with the non-violent ideas of Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Aung San Suu Kyi, Mother Theresa and other great non-violent reformers.

* Learn about the Mahatma Gandhi and how he freed

   India with his non-violent resistance.

* Learn about our Gandhigiri Heroes, how they used

   Non-Violence to free their people from oppression

   or gain the support and sympathy of the world.

*View Gandhigiri Art done by Indian school children

*Read real life stories of non-violent action.

*Get ideas for projects based around Non-Violent  

  action  and satyagraha for social justice.


 Gandhigiri Gallery     GG_Gallery.htmlGG_Gallery.htmlshapeimage_1_link_0
Gandhigiri Heroes GG_Heros.html
  About Gandhi About_Gandhi.html
“You must be the change you want to see in the world”
“An Eye for an Eye Makes the Whole World Blind”
Sewing the Seeds of Satyagraha for the future
“There is no cause for which I am willing to kill”