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29 January 2009 204,116 Views 319 Comments

Sixty one years after the assassination of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, a ‘mahatma’ to many but really a cunning politician who had mastered the art of manipulating the Indian National Congress and offering simplistic solutions to the most complex problems, apart from coercing others to toe his line by abandoning food, the story of his murder continues to elicit both curiosity and passion. He was not the first leader to be felled by an assassin’s bullet, nor is he the only eminent Indian, or South Asian for that matter, to fall victim to an elaborate murder conspiracy.

But Gandhi’s assassination was different. Not only his killers were Hindu, they killed a man who had by then come to be regarded at home and abroad as an “apostle of peace” and symbolized the unique doctrine of ‘non-violence’. In those early days of freedom, it was unthinkable that anybody would dare raise a finger, leave alone a gun, at Gandhi. Yet Nathuram Vinayak Godse did the unthinkable, with more than a little help from Narayan Apte, Vishnu Karkare, Gopal Godse, Madanlal Pahwa and Digambar Badge. Godse assassinated Gandhi on January 30, 1948, approaching him during the evening prayer, bowing, and shooting him three times at close range with a Beretta semi-automatic pistol. Immediately after this, he surrendered himself to police. Nathuram Godse, Apte and their accomplices look remarkably relaxed during the trial, unconcerned about the possibility of being sentenced to death – eventually Godse and Apte were hanged; Karkare, Gopal Godse, Pahwa were sentenced to life imprisonment. They never regretted their deed.

Those were terrible days. Hindu and Sikh refugees from Pakistan were struggling to keep body and soul together. Many of them had lost their loved ones in the partition riots — women were raped in front of their husbands and children; young girls were abducted; men were disemboweled; trains arrived laden with dead bodies; people fleeing marauders were set upon with ferocious brutality. Madanlal Pahwa, a young refugee, Malgonkar writes, “reached a place called Fazilka, in Indian Territory, and discovered that another refugee column in which his father and other relatives had set out, had fared much worse. They had been attacked by Jihadi mobs: ‘Only 40 or 50 had survived out of 400 or 500…’.” Delhi was flooded by nearly one million refugees, all of them desperately looking for food and shelter. They were distraught and traumatized, unable to figure out why their lives had been turned upside down in so gruesome a manner. Nor could they understand the rationale behind protecting Delhi’s Muslims. What left them aghast was Gandhi’s insistence that Hindu and Sikh refugees should be sent back to Pakistan and Muslims who had left India be brought back. It didn’t make sense. Nor did the vicious blood-letting that followed. Meanwhile, Pakistan had launched its mission to smash and grab Jammu & Kashmir and was demanding that India hand over Rs 55 crore, its share of the cash reserve inherited from the departing British colonial Government.

After independence Gandhi used to start Satyagraha on every issue which went directly against the interest of India. Gandhi started hunger strike against sending of troops to Kashmir after Pakistani invasion. He was in favour of ahinsha Satyagraha against Pakistani invaders. In west Punjab, lakhs of Sikhs were killed and their body dispatched by train. In reaction to this, Sikhs started to retaliate here. Gandhi started hunger strike again to prevent it.

The proverbial last straw was Gandhi’s threat to go on a fast to force the Government of India to accept Pakistan’s demand of Rs 55 Crore. In all fairness, it needs to be recalled that Jawaharlal Nehru was opposed to the idea: He famously declared that giving the money to Pakistan would mean providing it with “sinews of war”. The old man was not listening: In the end, Gandhi had his way although people were aghast. But did this gross act of injustice to the people of India and the callous disregard for the sentiments of millions of refugees — half-a-million people perished in the violence, 12 million were rendered homeless — justify Nathuram Godse’s action? What inspired Narayan Apte, son of a well-known historian and Sanskrit scholar, to decide on January 13 (the day Gandhi declared he would go on a fast to press Pakistan’s demand for Rs 55 crore) that he must turn into a killer? What was Madanlal Pahwa’s role in the conspiracy? And why did Badge turn approver?

Godse is often a misunderstood character. He is referred to as a Hindu fanatic. It is often hard to understand Godse because the Government of India had suppressed information about him. His court statements, letters etc. were all banned from the public until recently. Judging from his writings one thing becomes very clear – He was no fanatic. His court statements are very well read out and indicate a calm and collected mental disposition. He never even once speaks ill about Gandhi as a person, but only attacks Gandhi’s policies which caused ruin and untold misery to Hindus. Another interesting point to note is that Godse had been working with the Hindu refugees fleeing from Pakistan. He had seen the horrible atrocities committed on them. Many women had their hands cut off; nose cut off, even little girls had been raped mercilessly. Despite this Godse did not harm even single Muslim in India which he could easily have. So it would be a grave mistake to call him a Hindu fanatic.

Then what was the motive behind Godse’s act??? Nathuram Godse was a learned man, very sharp and intelligent – editor of “Agrani” (one of the most famous newspaper of that time – with Nana Aapte). In his last editorial of “Agrani” which he changed overnight – he said “Gandhi must be stopped – at any cost” and he justified why Gandhiji’s assassination was not only inevitable but also a delayed action and that should’ve happened LONG AGO.

He knew exactly what he is going to do. In Nathuram’s Words – “Assassination is never as easy as picking up a rifle and pulling the trigger, assassination is never an accident. Yes, murder could be an accident but not assassination. In this case of Gandhi, it could never be…”

Did he tamper with an important era of history?? He said – “I differ with the word era. It could be a page, a leaf of history. Certainly not an era. If we don’t turn this page today, the rest of the pages of the history of our nation will remain unwritten, blank…”

By seeing the nature of the assassination in public space and Godse’s act of turning himself over to the Police, we can see that Godse did not do this for personal reasons. He very well knew that he would be hanged and his name would be disgraced as Gandhi was considered a saint. And again Godse could have ran away and escaped punishment. But he did the reverse. He called a police officer and courted arrest. Before we proceed it would be wise to understand the backdrop of the assassination.

The central government had taken a decision — Pakistan will not be given Rs 55 Crores. On January 13 Gandhi started a fast unto death that Pakistan must be given the money. On January 13, the central government changed its earlier decision and announced that Pakistan would be given the amount. On January 13, Nathuram decided to assassinate Gandhi.

Also according to one source, after the state of Pakistan was formed administrative problems started to crop up. Therefore Pakistan came up with a proposal to link East Pakistan (the present day Bangladesh) and West Pakistan. According to the plan a road (you could say an area) 10 km wide would be linking the east division with the west. Now the RSS activists feared that if Pakistan requested Gandhi to sanction such a proposal then Gandhi would readily agree and the Mahatma’s would be the final word as he was the father of the nation. They knew that Gandhi was Pakistan’s best lobby so they had him eliminated through Godse. I wonder what would have happened if we had allowed a road to be built across our country. I just can’t imagine.

In the Hindu Rashtra daily dated 9/7/1947, Godse had given the following message to the fellow Indians. “Brothers! Our mother land has been cut into pieces. The eagles have torn her skin into bits. Hindu women are being raped in the middle of the road. How long can we tolerate this? It’s a shame that lakhs of Hindus live like refugees in their own country. Women being raped burn my heart.”

He warned Gandhiji “Gandhiji! By approving the Pakistan partition, you have stabbed the nation. Unless you change your activities, you must face harsh consequences. We consider the dividers of our nation as traitors our nation.”

In Nathuram’s words – “I don’t refute Gandhi’s theory of non-violence. He may be a saint but he is not a politician. His theory of non-violence denies self-defence and self-interest. The non-violence that defines the fight for survival as violence is a theory not of non-violence but of self-destruction. The division of the nation was an unnecessary decision. What was the percentage of the Muslim population as compared to the population of the nation? There was no need for a separate nation. Had it been a just demand, Maulana Azad would not have stayed back in India. But because Jinnah insisted and because Gandhi took his side, India was divided, in spite of opposition from the nation, the Cabinet. An individual is never greater than a nation. But Gandhi has stared considering himself greater than the nation.

We never opposed a Muslim prime minister. In a democracy you cannot put forward your demands at knife-point. Jinnah did it and Gandhi stabbed the nation with the same knife. He dissected the land and gave a piece to Pakistan. We did picket that time but in vain. The Father of our Nation went to perform his paternal duties for Pakistan! Gandhi blackmailed the cabinet with his fast unto death. His body, his threats to die are causing the destruction — geographical as well as economical — of the nation. Today, Muslims have taken a part of the nation, tomorrow Sikhs may ask for Punjab. The religions are again dividend into castes; they will demand sub-divisions of the divisions. What remains of the concept of one nation, national integration? Why did we fight the British in unison for independence? Why not separately? Bhagat Singh did not ask only for an independent Punjab or Subhash Chandra Bose for an independent Bengal?

At the time of Partition, when Suharawady surrendered only due to political pressure, but only Suharawady, not his followers…they went on with the massacre. Gandhi started his fast; the Hindus put their weapons down. I still remember that day. A poor Hindu told Gandhi, ‘I am putting down my weapons because I don’t want your death on my conscience but I am staying alone with my family in the Muslim area. That night, before leaving Hyderabad I visited his home. The whole household was screaming, weeping, his only eight-year-old son had been killed by the Muslims. He had no weapon to defend himself. He threw his son’s body on my lap and said, “Take his blood to your Mahatma. Tell him, if he goes on fast again, he can finish it by drinking not orange-juice but my son’s blood.” I could not say anything. Gandhi was the Father of my Nation. For a moment, I was tempted to pull out the Muslims from their homes and chop them down. But I controlled myself. Violence for self-defence is justified; otherwise it is an ill-cultured act. I returned to where Gandhi was staying but he had already left by car. Of course, there would have been no point in meeting him… he would only have prayed for both the killer and the victim.

I am going to assassinate him in the open, before the public, because I am going to do it as my duty. If I do it surreptitiously, it becomes a crime in my own eyes. I will not try to escape, I will surrender and naturally I will be hanged. One assassination, one hanging. I don’t want two executions for one assassination and I don’t want your involvement, participation or company. (This was for Nana-Apte and Veer Savarkar as they were against Gandhi’s policies too; Godse wanted to assassinate Gandhi all by himself and took promise from Nana Apte that he will continue helping Veer Savarkar in rebuilding India as a strong free nation.)

On January 30, I reached Birla Bhavan at 12 pm. Gandhi was sitting outside on a cot enjoying the sunshine. Vallabhbhai Patel’s granddaughter was sitting at his feet. I had the revolver with me. I could have assassinated him easily then, but I was convinced that his assassination was to be a punishment and a sentence against him, and I would execute him. I wanted witnesses for the execution but there were none. I did not want to escape after the execution as there was not an iota of guilt in my mind. I wanted to surrender, but surrender to whom? There was a good crowd to collect for the evening prayers. I decided on the evening of January 30 as the date for Gandhi’s execution.

It was 4.45 pm when I reached the gate of Birla Bhavan. The security staff at the gate was scrutinising the crowd entering and I was a little worried about them. I mingled with a small group of people and sneaked inside. It was 5.10 pm when I saw Gandhi and his close associates coming to the prayer place from his room inside. I approached the passage from where he was likely to climb the steps of the lawn, in such a way that I was covered by a few people.

Gandhi climbed the steps and came forward. He had kept his hands on the shoulders of the two girls. I wanted just three seconds more. I moved two steps forward and faced Gandhi. Now I wanted to take out the revolver and salute him for whatever sacrifice and service he had made for the nation. One of the two girls was dangerously close to Gandhi and I was afraid that she might be injured in the course of firing. As a precautionary measure I went one more step ahead, bowed before him and gently pushed the girl away from the firing line. The next moment I fired at Gandhi. Gandhi was very weak, there was a feeble sound like ‘aah’ (There are proof that Gandhi did NOT say “Hey Ram” at that time – it’s just made up stuff) from him and he fell down.

Those who were close to me saw the weapon in my hand. They rushed away from the spot. Gandhi had fallen to the ground, I was standing and the crowd had formed a ring around us.

After the firing I raised my hand holding the revolver and shouted, ‘Police, police’. For 30 seconds nobody came forward and I scanned the crowd. I saw a police officer. I signalled to him to come forward and arrest me. He came and caught my wrist, and then a second man came and touched the revolver… I let it go…”

Trial and execution

Following his assassination of Gandhi, he was put on trial beginning May 27, 1948. During the trial, he did not defend any charge and openly admitted that he killed Gandhi. On November 8, 1949 Godse was sentenced to death for the murder. Godse’s legal team was savaged by critics for not introducing considerable evidence that their client was mentally unbalanced and/or manipulated by others. Among those calling for commutation of the death sentence for both defendants were Nehru and Gandhi’s two sons who felt that the two men on trial were pawns of RSS higher-ups and, in any case, executing their fathers’ killers would dishonour his memory and legacy which included a staunch opposition to the death penalty. Godse was hanged at Ambala Jail on November 15, 1949, along with Narayan Apte, the other conspirator. Savarkar was also charged with conspiracy in the assassination of Gandhi, but was acquitted and subsequently released. Godse stipulated that his ashes were not to be deposited in a body of water according to Hindu dictates, but rather were to be held in storage until they could be deposited in The Sindhu after Pakistan had been reunited with India. For years, his brother kept Godse’s ashes over his fireplace and held an annual salute to “the hero martyrs” on the anniversary of the assassination.

Yes! I Killed Mohandas Gandhi and I am Glad I Did It!

That is what Gopal Godse says. Gopal Godse spent 18 years in prison for his role in the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. His brother and one other conspirator were hanged by the neck until dead.

But it was all worth it, says Gopal Godse. Gopal Godse proudly recounts his role in plotting the assassination of Mohandas K. Gandhi in 1948.

319 Comments »

  • Shekar H said:

    I strongly support what Nathuram Godse did to save our Hindu National humiliation which Mohandas Gandhiji could not understand nor acknowlede due to his stubborn favorism towards Jinnah and his beloved Muslims. It is such a shame that Nathuram Godse’s articles are banned or suppresed from coming into the light so that our youths can know the true history of our independence. Though Gandhiji’s non violent ideas were great, I dont think it had any contribution towards gaining independance as few of us know that after plundering India the British Raj could not afford to stay back those days due to heavy losses fighting the German Nazis in the second world war and therfor had plans to pull out. Praising people like Gandhiji and criticizing our real heros like Naturam Godse, Veer Savarkar or Bhagat Singh is a real hipocracy.

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    raushan singh Replied on:

    dear shekhar bhai nathuram godse was mentally disturbed at that time and brainwashed by the so called contractor of religion. Hindi religion never gives a lesson of violence of any sort. How can one justify the act of godse was great it was a saddest moment of last century where gandhi’s own people did not understand him.

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    raj Replied on:

    how come u know “roshan bhai” that he was mentally disturbed.u read his statement and u ll find the truth..even after readingthis article..u didn’t get the truth theni feel u r “distub”..

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    arun Replied on:

    @roshan: “violence for self-defence is justified”…

    just think rationally…u hav a man beating the crap outta u, determined to skin u alive…would u hit back or suffer??…or worse…wat if dis happend to a loved one?? would u just give away another of ur family member to be murdered, and another and another…until that man feels guilt!!???….bullshit!!

    come on!!!…its all good as long as “u are not the victim”.

    i am not advocating violence, i am suggesing self-defence, on a personal basis, and on a national basis…

    going to war for acquisition of land and resources is wrong, but defending our homes and families from scavengers is our duty!!

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    amit kumar Replied on:

    dear friend, who said Hindu religion doesn’t condones violence? Didn’t ravan was killed by Ram? Kansha by Krishna? Mahabharat was a dharmayudha. and even the likes of Bhishma & Drona were killed for siding with wrong persons.

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    vivek Replied on:

    roshan…prbly comment here nt reading the article or u didn understand this …when gandhi fast to put the weapon by hindus ….all put down ….on the same evening one poor guy came n said …m putting down only cz i dn want ur death by fast …on night muslims killed the son of tht poor guy ….he gave it to godse n said ….give gandhi the blood of ma son instead of orange juice to break the fast ….even tht tym godse didn kill even a single muslim…during partition godse saw in delhi ….the hindu women coming frm pak has been cut their nose .hand ..young grls were raped …. and everbody knw gandhi wz resposible for partition ….bhagat singh never demand fr seperate punjab neither did bose fr bengal …..he wznt mentally ill fool….even just before the assassination …he put the grl aside ..so she wont be injured …he didn run …he didn do it by instant emonts….he wznt even brainwashed ….he read swami vevekanand n many books …he used to publish paper …”agrani “…the best 1 at tht time… and it was nt a violence ….its self defence for the nation …..godse knew tht hindu religion will be demolished if v wont hav self defence for our religion ……read some books regarding gandhi n regarding godse too ….then judge by urself …..

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    Mani k Rai Replied on:

    No one can feel the pain until they are the victim. I completely agree that it was a act of self defense. A defense for nation. Gandhi supported to give 55 Crs to Pakistan even after rejection by parliament & even after knowing the fact that the money will be used against India only. He gave a reason with reference to the law that Pak is little brother who has rights to ask money. But he forgot those 123 Crs of loans on the head of India. That too had to be shared but his advocacy had a fragrance of political & personal interests to support Jinnah !!!!!!

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  • sandeep kaundinya said:

    I cannot support the brutality of killing Mahatama Gandhi, Gandhi was not a muslim!! then why would he support Jinnah. only thing a human being would understand is that he was good to all sects and he wanted peace.

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    Ankit Replied on:

    Sandeep can u tell me one thing what kind of peace he was looking by offering Pakistan 55 Crore ruppess after thet attached India. The whole of nation is saying dont give money because it going to be used against us but still he wont listen & we had to give pak the money. For me he is not the Father of the Nation but a Killer of many inccoent people.

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    sandesh Replied on:

    @Sandeep Gandhiji was barrister and a good advocate ,So does vallabhbhai patel .But when Pakistan asked for 55crores of financial share Gandhiji simply agreed it and after refusing it by Parliament he went on hunger strike while he addressed parliament that Pakistan is not a neighbor but a little brother and brother has exceptional financial rights.At that time India has 123 Crores of LOANS from different financial institutions.

    So to counter point Gandhiji Mr. Vallabhbhai Patel simply asked Gandhiji that if u saying pakistan is our brother why can’t a brother share his part from loans too?

    On this Gandhiji went speechless and later that night called Patel and said that I am going on hunger strike if u won’t give money to pakistan I will debarred my body to this nation.

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  • geetanjali said:

    gandhi ji ne accha nahi kiya

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    Krishna Saraswat Replied on:

    Gandhiji?? Say GAANDI…

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    hiren Replied on:

    nice artice i got many unknown information about gandhiji and godse. thanks for sharing.

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  • geetanjali said:

    partition of india at any cost should not have been agreed. Its shamefull Sin. Hindus and muslims are living together for ages.I am ashamed that gandhi ji agreed for it. I want to say sorry to all the living and dead Hindus and muslims for this. But why all the muslims and hindus did not denied for the partition. why politicians are the god to decide the future of the nation and its people.
    I am ashamed because of you gandhi ji

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    sudip verma Replied on:

    Geetanjali,

    Am glad you are ashamed, For you deserve to be ashamed. You should be ashamed of your ignorance.
    You should be ashamed of believing as gospel truth every crap that you hear from people who have no clue what they are talking about.
    Truth be told- Gandhi NEVER agreed to partition.
    Show me one piece of credible document where it is documented.

    I am no congressi .. nor against RSS..
    But this bullshit must stop.
    Do read & do question.

    Thank you.

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    Amit Replied on:

    Dear Mr. Sudip,
    I am glad to know that u r not a congressi … not against RSS .. I would like to ask you a few things .. and hope you will reply soon ..

    1. Gandhi said that India cannot be divided till he is alive. Gandhi was the largest figure of the country ( perhaps one of the largest in the world) at that point of time. He was someone who made the whole british dynasty think before taking any action. Don’t you think it would be quite impossible for him to stop the division if he would have really wanted to do so ??

    2. What steps did gandhi take to help the refugees ( Am i allowed to address them as Hindu refugees, Mr. Sandip? ) who left Pakistan for India ??

    3. Why it was an absolte necessary to help Pakistan by donating Rs. 55 crore ( not today’s 55 crore, It was a time when a person could have a days meal in paisas) ??

    Dear Mr. Sandip , I hope you are not ignorant and knowledgiable enough to clear my doubts. Thanks in Advance.

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    indian Replied on:

    On the contarary can u show any proof that Gandhi did anything to stop the partition ?

    u should be ashamed of ur foolishness

    U may not be congressi .. nor against RSS..

    but ur an idiot !

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    parthu Replied on:

    Yes Amit,

    U r right ,he did not agree for partition but he agreed to give 10km widtha road from pakistan to Bangladesh through India Inland.

    He did satyagraha to give financial support to pakistan

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    Vijay Replied on:

    If Gandhi did never agree for partition of India, then why did he not sit on fast unto death against it? He had promised the people of India that partition will be on his dead body. If he could not keep his words, why he did nto commit suicide? Gandhi was a cunning man. Nathram was right on his act, but effect of it was just reverse. If he allowed Gandhi to remain alive, he could have died soon in frustration.

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    vivek Replied on:

    ye ladka …ladki ke aage hero banana chah raha hai …aue kch ni …u fool ….if somebody ll kill ur love 1 …n say ….v dn knw who killed …v dn hav documentation on tht ….then wht wud u do …..buddhu ….read articles properly …read indian history by both point of view …gandhi as well as godse ….n godse had the clear statements regardin this for court …but congress didn published it idiot …. dont u have mind so tht u can think n analize …

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    Abhishek Replied on:

    It is the nature of Hindus and Muslims to follow the people whom they consider as “LEADERS” without questioning their tactics or even the purpose of their actions in the first place believing that all their actions lead to good in life. And hence no one questioned.

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  • NAM said:

    Later in his life when he was asked whether he was a Hindu, he replied:
    “Yes I am. I am also a Christian, a Muslim, a Buddhist and a Jew.”
    Great truth he learned by experimenting with life is that we are all one; what divided us was these religions and social classes made by british government.
    The murder of Ghandi was mostly an internal job done by some politician or some wealthy person at that time. India already got independence from british in 1947;after that Ghandi was reconstructing India for real freedom.In 1948 he was murdered by Godse.
    What i believe is Godse was just a Manchurian candidate with little religious cult injection.
    Truth is sold these days for 10,20,100,500,1000 and a new 500 is coming.Why no bloggers want to pen some ink on that.Bapu was person who tried to unite our country and the world itself with free satya service.Not for money or some television appearance.
    Dont you have the common sense to question the fraud banking system which prints the Photo of our Bapu as an advertisement for reserve bank of India; which is the most non sense man has ever ever invented which is causing famine and starvation for 27% of our population and 5 star life for all wealthy politicians and some industries and remaining vanity and jealousy for middle class people.

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  • Arya said:

    NAM
    Go on the reasons, Your loving Bapu played with the life of innocent Hindu’s who followed him, just because he wanted to be the Leader of Muslims.
    Millions of Hindu Gave their life for Gandhi’s wish but Hindu Muslim Unity wasn’t achieved.
    Gandhi’s ego was his fault. He was unable to give up his political ambitions and accept his faults that laid to India’s destruction.
    We also want to say that I am a Hindu Christian Muslim and Budh etc
    But for Muslims we are infidel. Being Hindu on Monday
    Muslim on Tuesday
    Christian on Wednesday
    and so on
    won’t give you rebate from Muslims.
    Just give a tag Pseudo secular traitor.

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    muslim Replied on:

    oh really miss arya??
    were there only hindus who fought for the freedom of the nation…just because some people want the participation especially jinna and company, you gonna blame every muslim…dont you remember we; hindus and muslims living together from centuries…you sounds like muslims were the enemy in the freedom struggle…they were Britishers…before making the mind have you gone through the opinion of millions of muslims who are equally indian from their soul…or may be more than you…partition was just a political output… muslims had participated equally in the battle…for the freedom of there nation…and that nation was INDIA not pakistan..
    it really hurts when someone like you…speak like we,the muslims are aliens!!
    stop spreading hate…
    yes jinna was responsible for the partition,but gandhi was no less involved…he was equally responsible…
    we too can feel the pain of partition…we too never wanted our nation to be cut-ed in pieces…

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  • Sadanand said:

    I Do Respect Mahatma Gandhi, as He Was The Backbone For The Indian Freedom, BUT I Wonder – Why Gandhi wanted To CUT His Own Motherland in Pieces like a BIRTHDAY CAKE & Share it With the Enimies of The Motherland, (Shaayad – Khud Ke Ghar Me Lagi AAG se KHAANA Paka-kar, Ghar Aaye CHOR Ko KHAANA Khilaana Chaahte The)
    I Believe, No Matter, Whoever The Person Would Be – IF he is Not Thinking Good For His Own Country, He Should Be Killed
    A Person Should Never Play With The Nation’s Future in Self Cunningness & Attitudes
    Hope, WE ALL Would Have a GREAT FUTURE & A WONDERFUL NATION AND mainly… GOOD CITIZENS
    Bharath Maata Ki Jai…

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    Tarun Replied on:

    Guys,

    I do respect all individual but they all have their significant and own rules to live the life… I like Gandhi just as a participant of Freedom Struggle but the impact was minimal…

    I have done some research on History of Britain, Second world war and then Gandhi’s movement. The sources are not from Indian History (that is obviously Congress manipulated) but what are all the forces as the reason British Left India … Read the blog and share your comment… Its for those who think Gandhi is real Father of the Nation.

    http://gandhinfreedom.blogspot.com/

    Cheers!

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    RAM Replied on:

    tarun im sorry to tell u tat ter r many distorted version of history abt gandhiji n godse n bose… actually v indians should accept subhash chandra bose as father of our nation rather than gandhiji coz he has strived very hardly for de countries indipendence but wer as gandhi was a puppet in hands of british raj or british indian govt ppl has to reliase the true history n truth abt our past

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  • Sadanand said:

    It Would Be Appreciable If Godse Had 1st Visited Jinnah’s Home in Pakistan & Then The Bapuji’s Home… The Biggest Evil Would Be Burnt By The Godse’s Gun First…

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    Anand Replied on:

    Yes, they had plans to blow the entire Pakistan Parliament, but with the ammunitions they had, they were not able to execute this. Secondly, they want to do an attack on Hyderabad, a wealthy state, but even that fizzled out due to lack of funds/improperly supply of arms. Read: The Men Who Killed Gandhi

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  • palm said:

    hey you all.
    what happened is the past, we can only scann the data and proofs. be honest to yourself as on today. and if you really love your nation, do something now. at that time there was one jinnah, one gandhi and a few fighters as godse. But now we have jinnah and gandhi(I am taking of their thoughts and attitudes not the personality) in each one of us. And today we are supporting millions of such peoples. wake up.

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    Balan Replied on:

    Hai all,

    I strongly support Palm. See no one knows what was exactly in either Gandhi’s or Godse’s mind. However, i really wonder why Godse didn’t come up any plan to free our nation? Has he participated in any freedom movement? If not why he wanted to kill Gandhi simply that he wanted to have peace in our country. Our country was not in a position to handle such a war between its own people. Its people (whoever involved) who made mistake not Gandhi. Gandhi was not supposed to add oil in the burning wood. That’s why he could have decided not to support. Moreover, just imagine 1/5th of the world against very meager amount of people. No one would have decided or gone against Gandhi’s decision. His stand against that riot was understandable. Terrorism is always not accepted in any situation. But, my point is, is it very essential to go back and turn against Gandhi or support Godse? Do we need this now? Let the history be history. We don’t need the past history. We have to make fruitful changes.
    We have many things to look at very Quickly.
    1)Education system
    2)Corruption
    3)Stringent rules and regulations
    4)Voting methods
    5)Politicians qualification and voter’s qualification
    6)National security especially internal security
    7)Common law
    8)Eradication of caste system
    9)Inclusion of fair (Remember very Fair) system to promote equality among all the individual.
    10)Employment
    11)Stooping of brain supply to foreign countries. Don’t say no one go to foreign countries. But, India need a lot and country should support them.
    12)Networking of youth and making them strength

    So many we have. I ask everyone to help India to rise against all these problems. This is the only way we can help our Motherland and not by wasting our time speaking the old unwanted History.

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    Sarfaraz Ali Replied on:

    true that I want to say.

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    parthu Replied on:

    Hello Mr.,
    This discussion is gng on becase we r reading history & giving our own opionions on this Documnet.

    Why should we think about the future when u r reading a history.

    Thinking of future is different.

    If u r thinking about future ..then why u r wasting time to read this & comment this

    Think it once before u post a comment

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  • mrinalini said:

    sab kuch keh diya kuch bhi nahi chora,do you know about whome u r blaming,first try to know about him first u’ll aiso feel same

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  • Anonymous said:

    Gandhi Ji always wanted to be a Mahatma and I Congratulate him for the success. I also thank Godse for without his help it would not have been possible on such a great level.

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  • manoj patidar gajnod said:

    gandhi was over all the human being, not the god.as no one can be perfect in this era,so we must not waste our time just by discussing about negative points,instead we can learn a lot from a character who used to be somewhere in past.

    No one was bad in history,nither gandhi nor godse………that’s it.

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  • vivek said:

    i strongly appreciate documents such as this and expect more documents to be published on this which is the least known in this country and the ban on nathuram godse’s book “why i killed mahatma” come to an end

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  • Kailas said:

    I wish Our Father of Nation was “NETAJI SUBHASH” But I ashamed of an Idle Man for our India. Actually it was british idea to brng him ahead. they want indian public should follow an idle leader… isntead of Subash! They want all be idle.. Gandhi was sure about his safety.. because Brits were provded cute safety. It was their gain “GANDHI”. Gandhi luctured a lot for women prosperity… did he loved poor KASTURBA? I really feel about that poor women. !! Why his all son become absolute idle people? No where any where!!!

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  • Srinivasan said:

    Just a wrong interpretation of history. Very bad one sided journalism..Pity you fellows…

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    Prem Replied on:

    Sorry Srinivas, I can understand that you dont have/Know Musch to Say. Then why to Comment on others who have/know atleast something to say

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  • Shelvin said:

    Perhaps you all should read “Freedom at Midnight”. This is a book by two non- indians and contains a true account of why Gandhi was murdered. There are very interesting facts on Godse and his other partners in it too, so happy reading.

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    sudip verma Replied on:

    well said!!

    I know what you mean.

    Stupidy here is amazing!!

    how the hell can people blame Gandhi for partition?? What are these guys smoking these days?

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    raj Replied on:

    who the hell were responsible then ??? if not gandhi..he was the biggest leader of that time..stop the bullshit…understand history is always written by “winner”..and winner of india were congressi…they wrote the history…let people know the truth and decide who was right and who was wrong..

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  • Rajeev said:

    I too believe that killing someone can’t be justified by giving any good reason. I have nowhere mentioned that what Godse did was right. But i believe one should see both the faces of coin. I was not there to see what Gandhiji is doing and what Godse is doing for India. Facts about Gandhiji are easily available for public, even included in school courses. We have read only good things about him since our childhood. So almost all of us think we got independence because of Gandhi. He is framed like that only. But at the same time we need to read facts favouring Godse as well. At the time of killing Gandhiji was pretty much old. Then i guess it doesn’t make any sense to kill someone who is going to die in next few years anyway. Until unless there is some urgency to kill him. What was that urgency? What circumstances forced a young man to kill a 78 year old human? Why Godse didn’t run away after assassination? Why books written by Godse kept hidden by Indian Government? And many more questions can arise. We don’t have any perfect answer to these questions. What we have is facts written here and there. And what we can do is, relate those facts to these questions and make some conclusions with some assumptions. I am just trying to do that, without favouring anyone, neither Godse nor Gandhi.
    Many thanks for visiting my blog and throwing your comments. Happy reading…
    -Rajeev

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    raj Replied on:

    salut eu brother..u r doing a nice job..

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  • DS said:

    Killing cannot be justified but again there was no other way Godse could thought of to influence Gandhiji with his thoughts. Bapu was not a person can be easily influenced or changed.
    Yes but Gandhiji might never ever thought of adverse effects of partition.

    Even after decades fire is still on.

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  • Suhas said:

    Only True Freedom Fighter can do such an act and it was very much needed at that time else our nation would have been further divided into smaller parts and “Akhand Bharat” for which thousands of freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives would not have been possible.
    By doing this act, Nathuram Godse has saluted our Freedom Fighters.
    However Bangladesh was created as another part of our nation and our soldiers fought for the same. Today these two neighbor countries are harboring terrorism against us.

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  • ani said:

    Gandhiji has contributed greatly to the nation and is the main freedom fighter in the freedom struggle.Godse killed Gandhiji and therefore is a murderer.i am strongly against godse killing gandhiji

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  • arjit sharma said:

    ths article is bull shit. mahatma gandhi is my idol.

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    Truth Replied on:

    You may need to go through wiki & find out the practices err plays he did in his ashram with women!

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    yash Replied on:

    ha ha ha good one, he was a safety valve made by British

    please read this http://www.blog.shreshthbharat.in/nl/9-11/list.html

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    krishna kant singh Replied on:

    tum jaise logo ke wajha se gandhi jaisa chaalbaaz maakar admi mahan ban gaya. kiya kya hai desh ke liye gandhi ne.

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  • Srikanth Reddy JVR said:

    Hi Every Body

    It’s been great to know about a great patriot of this country not uncover till now, what he conceive, was good for nation because

    “THE PRICE WE PAID FOR INDEPENDENCE IN 1947, IS WHAT WE ARE PAYING TILL NOW (in the form of Pakistan spreading terrorism from Jammu & Kashmir to Kanyakumari) AND, I AM SORRY TO SAY IN THE NEAR FUTURE ALSO.”

    “—–THE SEEDS OF PARTITION IN THE HEARTS OF THE PEOPLE, WHO UNTIL THEN FIGHTING FOR THE FREEDOM OF A NATION UNITEDLY, WITH NON-VIOLENE, SATYAGRAHA AND NON-COPERATION AS ARMS AGAINST THE MIGHTY BRITISH EMPIRE, WERE BIASED TOWARDS PAKISTAN BECAUSE OF SATISFIYING OUR BROTHER MUSLIMS, WE HAVE LOST OUR OWN BROTHERS, SISTERS, AND CHILDREN IN THE NAME OF NON-VIOLENCE AND UN-DESTINED BEHAVIOUR OF OUR FATHER OF NATION………………?

    WE RESPECT, HOUNOUR AND SALUTE TO GREAT PATRIOT OF THIS COUNTRY

    “NATHURAM VINAYAK GODSE” Sir,

    “This Mother India is Obliged to have a Son Like You”

    Thanks & Regards
    Srikanth Reddy JVR
    Hyderabad

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    S.S.Khan Replied on:

    Srikanth Reddy very nice

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    Truth Replied on:

    I second your thoughts..Nice depiction

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    Anonymous Patriot Replied on:

    Srikanth U are so true, Kaash aazadi milne ke baad hum na bihcadthe toh aaj there wouldn’t have been so much bloodshed and Terrorism………………… If Bhagat singh would’ve got us independence then through the violent path we wouldn’t have suffered now!

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    yash Replied on:

    nice wow thanks nathuram is our hero

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  • SHAN said:

    if gandhi born next so I KILL HIM N SHOOT HIS BACK NOT ON CHEST .

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    RAJ Replied on:

    IAM ALSO BUT FRONT

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  • KEWAL said:

    I THINK THAT NATHU RAM WAS DO RIGHTY THING FOR GANDHI.

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    RAJ Replied on:

    GOOOOD COMMENT

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  • Luis said:

    In my country (USA) I am seeing the same things happening, that Nathuram Godse saw in India some 60-plus years ago; namely; the piecemeal appeasement of Muslims, and the persecution of people who speak out against Muslims wanting to introduce sharia law. Why? What is so special about Muslims that other nations must fear them, and bow to their will?

    I’m sure that everyone here knows that Obama BOWED before the Saudi king, on his recent trip. This was not a sign of respect, but of submissiveness by a low-ranking Muslim to a higher ranking one. Could you imagine Nathuram Godse bowing before Mohammed Ali Jinnah? Neither can I.

    I understand that Godse’s deposition was some 90 pages long; yet, I read only a small portion of it when I referenced him in Wikipedia. Is there a site where I might read it in full? Thanks.

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  • Anonymous said:

    This site is no longer live but can be seen at http://web.archive.org/web/20071009012417/www.nathuramgodse.com/

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  • x said:

    Gandhiji was a God, who freed all INDIANS(hindus,muslims,sikhs, and all others).
    WE SCREWED IT UP.

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  • Nitesh said:

    Those who favor Gandhi, pl read
    http://www.oshoworld.com/biography/innercontent.asp?FileName=biography5/05-32-gandhians.txt

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  • Thilak Gowda said:

    I petty on those who call him as “father of nation”.
    he is the real murder of Hindustan

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  • dipesh said:

    gandhi was suffering from obssessive-compulsive disorder.its better if he was killed in 1930s,then we could get early freedom without separation.

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  • Manoj said:

    I have read this article and have seen many comments written here which strongly suggested that the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi was justified and was good for the nation at that point in time….many of the comments have also portrayed Godse as a hero and martyr and Gandhi as the villain who was behind the partition of the nation…I strongly pity these people who don’t know their history about themselves or about their nation and like true IDIOTS make a hero of a low level murderer like Godse and their kinds.
    I would also like to mention here that I am a Christian by faith(not muslim or hindu)…..but above all I am PROUD TO BE AN INDIAN.

    Jai Hind….Long Live Mahatma Gandhi.

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  • Naeem said:

    Gandhi made a big mistake by accepting partition. It brought misery to people. Allama Mashriqi was against the partition of India. He never deviated from his principled stand.

    web site on Allama Mashriqi:
    http://www.allamamashraqi.com

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  • prejith preman said:

    It is not only the muslims but the hindus favouring muslimterrorists are really guilty for the current situation of our country.We require only one policalparty but it should be based on hindutva agenda. PEACE FOR ALL RSS and other sangaparivar partis worked hard in the northern parts of kerala to rebuilt the temples which was destroied by muslim.But they[RSS] arnt getting enought political support from the people due to their lack on knowledge on sangaparivar. so we have to give them enough political support for the excistance of our GREAT GREAT CULTURE……

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  • Amol said:

    Thanks Ranjan.

    Really good article.

    People in india really should know about these Real Heros.

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  • darkhorse said:

    he could have saved sardar bhagat singh? but he didnt

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  • darkhorse said:

    Talking about facts, partition did harm us. Gandhi should have thought of consequences of partition. We cant separate milk from water or water from milk. Many lost their lives because of partition. Gandhiji called off non co-operation movement and for what just because he didnt want non-violence. And his decision in favour of partion did exactly opposite. But I must say those who were in favour of partition of India and supported that were responsible for lives of many.

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  • Mandar Gaddu said:

    India was a company for Britishers for earning revenue(as before their arrival India was highly propsperous). Britisher fetch lots of gold, revenue, diamonds etc from India. Also agreements were made with congress govt for suppy of spices, grains etc after indepencence. Britishers found difficult to run this non profit making company(India) and hence the so called independence was given. I have a big question on reole of Mr. Gandhi in getting indpendence. He acted as an agent of Britishers, subsequently agent of Muslims and not more than that.
    Thanks to GODSE & SARDAR other wise we would have lost Kashmir, Part of Punjab and hydrabad otherwise.

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  • Suvojyoty said:

    I hate Gandhiji to the core but I also believe in as what happens happens for the best.

    If Gandhiji was killed earlier we would have got our Independence much earlier too. But we wouldnt have been sure as what would have happened to India and Pakistan. The situation might have deteriorated. We might not have even born. The only positive thing one can gatter is from the present. The Past has already passed by and the Present is one that we have to improve the Future. People, until they see something infront of your eyes they dont seem to believe it and even if they see they still dont want to believe it and moreover interprit in their own ways.

    Gandhiji, Godse, Netaji, Bhagat Singh are idol to many people nothing wrong with it but try to get there qualities and do something productive which would help our nation.

    Unfortunately we might not have complete sane world as there are billions of different minds but we may always reach to some conclusions which would be betterment for everybody “not just u”(a thought which many of us start losing as we climb more up the ladder of success or failure). Its upto us how we want to make our world look like…..

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  • nikhil abhyankar said:

    salute to godses,apte,karkares and badges

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  • dr.priya neupaney said:

    Thouth this happened in the past, history repeats and this is about our Father of Nation. I understand that Nathuram Godse did not want his Mahatma killed by a Muslim in Pakistan so he killed him before the Mahatma left India.

    I don’t understand why a Muslim cannot kill a Hindu as this has been the basis for many issues. Anyway this much I could understand as I am not a politician.
    Thanx.

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  • sushrut das said:

    whatever is written here about GODSE is very important 4 WE INDIANS,who don’t know a lot about him and the situations at that time.If gandhi is praised,then he should be 4 his dedications but GODSE should also be praised 4 his brave acts.& who knows if that wouldn’t have happened(assasination),INDIA may had got a divided road in between 4 a combined pakistan(east & west).

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  • Veisylen said:

    Hmm. Is it true? :-)

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  • maverick said:

    I respect our Father of Nation for every thing he did to get the freedom from British.
    Same time i am not convinced by things done by gandhi. Eg. Sardar Vallabhai patel is the seanior in the congress ..and all the congress man voted sardar to be a prime minister. but Gandhi wants Nehru to be First PM of india and convinced Sardar to take the Home ministry ..

    Someplaces Gandhi became a road block to indian grown and Godse … identifyed well before every one .. he never had any urge againt Gandhiji .. he respect Gandhi… but he also know there is no other way then killing gandhi….

    i Wonder .. howmany indian .. know the tru Sacrifice of godse

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    yash Replied on:

    Gandhi was father of Terrorist not India.

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  • Anonymous said:

    I don think Godse vas a moron, he very vel knew vat he vas doin, to whom and d aftermath. Certain people have a Psychic disorder dat dey always tries to satisfies others. Dey always want d gud name and fame from others. We might hav com across some people hu wont evn spent a Pennie 4 his frnds but tries 2 lend money r belongings to som1 hu he is not in dat touch with just 2 b in der gud buks. Gandiji had dat problem and he needs 2 satisfy Jinnah n want no black marks abt him evn among muslims.
    Godse killed Mahatma, dats al vat v knew. The British could no longer sustain in India due to WW2 aftermath n morover der vas notin mor 4 dem 2 plunder. Dats d reason y dey left South Africa also. I think people at Norh India suffered d most and is suffering, the south Indians especially d Keralites includin me is truly unaware of d situation of d Hindus living at Hindu minority places. We should reckon and find our true leaders, get d inspiration frm dem.

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  • Amit said:

    Irony of This nation ;-) We have been ruled or rather would say misruled by gandhi Dynasty since last 60 years and to add to this humilation now a italian imported hooker gandhi is in power..Nathuram godse was not a hindu fanatic he is my idol and should be idol of any indian who loves his country…. only regret he did not kill so called mahatma gandhi 10 years before he did…i do not personally hate any religion but i am hindu and proud to one…no matter how much humanity has progressed by at last it is same old “survival of fittest” so i dont see anything wrong in what some so called hindu fanatic did in gujrat…

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  • prasad said:

    hi,

    untill i read this article i was a great supporter of gandhi though i had heard some bad stories about him, now i feel that after gandhi getting older and older he had lost his sense, so that only he had repeated the fasting for all the problems. it is looking lilke child crying for chocolate untill it gets. anyhow gandhi became the reason not only for welfare but also for death of several innocent people.

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  • Anon said:

    “An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.” – Gandhi

    Is it really hard to understand such a simple quote? Haven’t we seen enough evidence for this. Grow up people. I can’t help but laugh at all the silly comments made here. How old are you people – 10 year olds?

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    Danish Replied on:

    GOOD ONE ANON!

    IF ONLY THESE KIDS COULD UNDERSTAND THE DEEP MEANING OF ‘VAISHNAVA JAN TO’

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  • Mandar said:

    “An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.” – Gandhi

    Is it really hard to understand such a simple quote? Haven’t we seen enough evidence for this. Grow up people. I can’t help but laugh at all the silly comments made here. How old are you people – 10 year olds?

    Which Country are you from dude??? You certainly not an Indian who has grown up reading daily articles about terrorism. Advice to you Anon – Take a hike, Dont talk stupid and keep your mouth shut if you cant speak sense.

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    Gaurav Replied on:

    dear mandar,

    I Respect gandhi ji. But he was a human. and he made a big mistake to cut bharat into peaces. he has to face his mistakes. more than 10 million people died . they were hindu and muslims. they have to run for their life. they want to ask gandhi just one question “why ???”……

    on the other hand “godse” was a claim man. he do not want any more peace of his nation. on those days haidrabad princely state was trying to go for pakistan. gandhi ji was the man who can cut one more peace out of it

    … plz do not say any one to keep there mouth shut. its against ur own gandhi jis thoughts.

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  • Anonymous said:

    eye for an eye makes the whole world blind but i would prefer a blind enemy specially if my enemy has already plucked my eye out!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous said:

    Read this before judging the person who involved common man in freedom movement.
    http://www.mkgandhi-sarvodaya.org/faq/faq.htm

    For those who claims we might have got freedom earlier should know that the violent movement was going on since 1857. Did we have infrastructure and leadership to fight with Brits as Americans fought?

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  • VIKRANT SINGH said:

    how many of u(who have posted their comment) are willing to die for the nation as bhagat singh,nathu ram godse,aazad or others i am sure no one and if any one who wants a reasons for which he should die should be ashamed of himself calling an indian what good u people have done to ur nation for which u all are wrighting india is on top of curroption chart and other such thing which make life misreable for a common man so if u cant do any thing then please stop enjoing the spice of such discussion

    vikrant singh
    varanasi

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  • P Sahonta, UK said:

    It is a very sad state of affairs that you are willing to acknowledge a despicable individual as a hero – Nathuram Godse. Much of your comment really highlights an ignorance of history, values and intellect. But what is most sad is that you do not even realise that you are only able to sit there typing such utter dribble, if it were not for what Ghandi Ji and his followers sacrificed for you. If you and the mindless gits that believe your rubbish are the future of India, then god help us all….

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  • GODSE's said:

    I agree with Godse’s decision, what ever he did and why he did. It requires lot of strength to go against the society and do good for society. If I will get a chance to be his place, I will just pray to god that give me the strength what you gave to Godse at that time. He listened to his heart and did what ever was right at that time. I salute Godse with our independence.

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  • Anonymous said:

    Sahonta, What facts are you talking about? And what sacrifice by gandhi are you talking about? Instead of staying in UK, come to India and make yourself clear, else stop talking about India’s future and stay off from such incomprehensible immature dribble.

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  • jai hind said:

    HIII all dude
    that is our country past . dont more comment for our nation. our country future is bright nd good . so dont think and blame to one person is good and bad. all freedom fighter he is scerifire of her life on our country .
    thank you .

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  • anu said:

    the policies of Gandhi cud hold good to get the independence ,elevating India,,but he couldnt have realized,he himself becoming responsible for suffering of Indians, for whose liberation he has rendered his life
    though his ideas after independence created hell in country,he is greatly responsible for our liberation
    Assasination of Gandhi should not be correct,but it was aslo necessary to resist his implementations
    At the same time Godsey cannot be miss-treated,
    I think every individual who know Godsey should have knowledge of what is written in this blog
    I appreciate the owner of this blog ,he has presented the information in a very correct and sophisticated manner

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  • Sushant Srivastava said:

    A must read articles for all those who really hate Godse… a first martyr who became martyr after getting our independence….

    What i Wonder is why the heck Godse didn’t kill Gandhi before 1947…I wonder..if it would have done..may be the sufferings of millions of people due to partition woudn’t have taken place instead.

    Hats off to Godse!!!!
    Vande Matram

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    Human Replied on:

    If Godse would have killed Gandhiji before indepedence, you, me and all other Indians would be washing toilets soiled by the Britishers!!!

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    Sushant Srivastava Replied on:

    Hi Human,

    I guess the way you follow him, you surely would be doing the same I am sorry I would not be in the list.

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  • krishan kumar said:

    ghandi ji ko uski saja di nathu raam godse ne.per desh us time congress ka gulam tha isiliye sab chupa diya congress ne or aaaj bhi.freedom fighter me ghandi ka naam nahi hona chayiye use bas dividedation ke liye jaanna chayiye. ghandiji agar aaj jinda hote to me unhe maar deta.

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    Human Replied on:

    Krishan Kumar Sir!!! Gandhi abhi zinda hote to India behtar hota, aur civil violence nahi hota, jo abhi ho raha hai!

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    Megha Replied on:

    human,
    tm nhi jnte ho ki gandhiji ne kya2 mistakes kiye h isliye aise bol rhe ho.phle uska detail pta kro tm ko t wahi pta hai na jo tm book me pdhte ho.gandhiji k chamche nehru aur congress k wajah se india divide ho gya aur agar gandhi jinda hote to desh k to tudke2 ho gye hote.
    thanx 2 GODSE

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    Jasmid Replied on:

    I’m completely agree with Megha. i’m salute godse to killed gandhi. All gandhi family is big problem for country. Gandhi bas order dete the or bhasahn par bhashan… azadi ke liye ladne wale apna khun bahane wale, desh ke azadi ke liye apne pariwar ko tak chodne wale real freedom fighter hote hai. Not gandhi. Or aaj bhi kuch logo ko gandhi ke 3 bandar banane me koi interest nahi hai…

  • pandit said:

    From this article i summarize follows.
    Godse shot Ghandhi post 1947 bcoz.
    # saved India from handing 55 crores to pakistan , on demand from Jinnah which Gandhi had agreed & started sangarish.

    # Gandhi non-voilnce moment was good only in few aspects. Gandhi was not a politican and did not understood india/pak partion even though muslims where living on both sides before & after partion.. Did not understand on what grounds partion was appoved by then called politicains like nehru , jinnah, gandhi & others..

    # May be Godse prevented future division of north/south india divison as road was proposed by Jinnah connecting paksitan to Bangladehs.

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  • vipul said:

    according to my deductions Godse had a personal hatred for Gandhiji himself and not his policies as he tries to convey.If he was against Gandhiji’s policies,then in the very first place he could have easily assasinated or for that matter killed Mohammad Ali Jinnah prior to the claimed negative tactics used by Gandhiji to hand over a seperate nation to Jinnah.If there was no Jinnah then there would not have been ideas of seperate Muslim state and whole scenario could have been avoided,but it seems Godse had other issues with Gandhiji.
    This deduction of mine is based on the above article which states that Godse did not want
    India divided,which meant Jinnah had to be dead in very first place.Even through his last pre-execution words which suggest that his ashes were to be kept away from last rituals until India-Pakistan get united,so I hold him contradicting his claims which suggest
    that Indians especially ‘Hindus; suffered due to Gandhiji which is not a fact as he tries to suggest us.
    hope this comment gives a new ideology to the above article..if you like it and want a further discussion over this matter please contact me at vipuljhingta@gmail.com,I would appreciate it greatly.
    Thank You

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    Human Replied on:

    I agree with you Vipul. He could have killed Jinnah before the partition. He was obviously a riot victim/witness filled with anger and motivated by anti-gandhi politicians.

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  • paramjeet singh sandhu said:

    gandhiji “father of pakistan” congress ruled india at that time, what they have done for veer savarkar, subhash chandra bose, bhagat singh, udham singh, many more because of them we are in free india, not because of one man gandhi.

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  • drmpapte said:

    Jinnah was more dominanant. He use to say Gandhi is one of the leaders of HINDU CONGRESS ,but he is the ONLY leader to represent The Muslims in INDIA
    The battle was between JINNH verses Whole Hindu Congress. He made to bend the Indian Leaders and forcely took Pakistan .The ONE MAN ARMY won the Pakistan GANDHJI were becoming an obstacle to Congress ,butcould not avoid . The Obstcle was removed by Assasination. In fact Congress was relieved ,but took full politicle Advatage ,they made GANDHJI A GOD , and used his name for politics Thus NATHURAM GAVE CONGRESS a GOD HEY RAM

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  • Abhijit said:

    NO one is bigger than NATION. Gandhiji was considering himself as a BIGGEST man in fron tof the nation. 3 Cheers to Nathuram Godse. Gandhiji was a gr8 man. BUTTTTTT Partition is not accepted at any cost. So he deserved the same which is done by Godse. I liked the way Godse did with him. That’s it. And Congress is absolutely played a as usual HOPELESS role in it. If Gandhiji is not Hindu, muslim, Buddhist, Christian then how he can only say HET RAM when he was assasinated. This is a total FAKE which congress party is showing to all indians. Gandhiji never said HEY RAM. This is clearly mentioned in Godse’s book by him. So 3 Cheers for Nathuram Godse.

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    Human Replied on:

    Abhijit, you are speaking in a fashion as if killing Gandhiji could have prevented the Partition.
    And would you believe a killer’s book’s truth about his victim or what the entire crowd present at the time of assassination heard.
    Violence is not a solution, while Military action is a tool to be used with wisdom, which Godse lacked, and Gandhiji did not. Gandhiji agreed to fight Hitler if he could, ’cause the abovementioned tool was required to use.

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  • Sumeet Rao said:

    I consider Gandhiji as the main culprit.
    Why do we praise him. what has he done for India.
    He was a betrayer indian for the Britishers.

    It was in his hands to save our great leaders Bhagat singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru, but he only wanted to keep himself safe.
    going the way of satyagraha it took him 16 more years to gain independence.
    just imagine the independence struggle with these young leaders being alive.

    Nathuram Godse did the right thing, but i would say a little late.
    He should have shot him much before.

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  • Swapnil Kulkarni said:

    Gandhiji,s ego resulted in partition.. what nathuram godase the hero did was right…. it would be bittter to say but ,,, if this could have been happened earlier atleast pastiion would have ben avoided..
    what just to safe guard intrest of JInnah did we lakh of hindu sacrificed?????
    why did gandhians always highlight bapu? dispite his contribution is not as much as revolutionary thinkers??

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    Human Replied on:

    ” if this could have been happened earlier atleast pastiion would have ben avoided..”

    Then what was the point of killing him after the partition, the damage was done. And the Rs. 55 crore was too low a price for Gandhiji’s life.

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  • indrajeet said:

    i totally supported Mr. Nathu Ram Godse.

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  • Bakhat said:

    “just imagine the independence struggle with these young leaders being alive.”

    Bloody and brutal?
    High on casulties?
    Instigating even more aggression?
    Prolonging the independence through meaningless struggles?

    … I guess you have a point.

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  • Venkatesh said:

    The right thing to do always appears to be harsh at first , but at hindsight u realise that whatever happens , happens for the good .

    Godse was a maniac , how can u compare him with the mahatma ?

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    Human Replied on:

    I totally agree with you. Godse didn’t have any back log of great feats of insight that Gandhiji did.

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  • ddamas said:

    Nice article.Good work.

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  • Arun Sankar Ganesh said:

    Gandhi was spy of british.
    And still we are struggling due to MEGA gandhi………………..

    Still we are slave from the same british rules.
    When we will get true freedom?

    INDIA 2025!

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    Human Replied on:

    We will get freedom from such ideas, the day you stop taking comic-books and movies seriously!!!

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    Danish Replied on:

    Well said, One has to live a life of Gandhi. These kids have been badly infected with fanaticism, either in their schools or at home. Only true men of tolerance and understanding can know Gandhiji. That is why I say, getting a good degree and a job is one thing but true education is the education of mind. May ALLAH save India and the world from any fanatic ideology.

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  • R Patel said:

    Gandhi is Gujju….and gujju is always right…

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  • Manvendra said:

    Hi All,

    Gandhi was not as good as congress has published in their government. India didn’t freedom because of Gandhi Satyagrah and quit India movement. It is because of the 2nd World war. England had not enough fund to operate in India and they had to leave from here.

    Still Subash chandra Bose and freedom fighter is in a wanted list of UK. These guys had not that guts to get them out from the list.

    Why there is no memorable for other freedom fighter. Why only Gandhi and Nehru ?
    Was they only person who contributed in India Independent.

    Every street and plan on these guys name. We should be shame full because we forget others contribution. I don’t think down the year 20-30 year any body will know Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose and other personalities. My hats off to them.

    Vande Matram!!!

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    Human Replied on:

    Your comment does not connect with the topic Manvendra. I suggest you try a blog where your topic is talked about. Nobody denies those freedom fighters. And your comment neither justifies Godse nor defends Gandhi.

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  • s sikdar said:

    Good article , Not worried about Godse here , but Gandhi ? Think he was an utter failure in his own personal/family life [citation needed]…. Had a big agenda of becoming “Mahatma” , and yes in a way succeeded too.

    Gandhiji allowed the partition of India ? does anybody refute ? If not then he divided the Nation ……. NOT GOOD

    Consider this an example
    Buddha /Jesus/Mahavir and Gandhi all preached ‘Non-violence’
    We pray to Buddha/Jesus/Mahavir but not to Gandhi ….. WHY ….. because we are intelligent !!

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  • Uday L said:

    This is what happens when people attains the highest levels in life, and Gandhiji is no exception. Their vision blurred not definitely due to age, and wouldn’t or rather couldn’t notice the ground realities (bloody incidents all the nation wide). It was decided that he shouldn’t live anymore, at least by fate, which also poured adrenaline in Godse to assassinate the father of the nation.

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  • Raj said:

    Gandhi was god and saviour of India.

    Glad loads of brahmin a*sholes were burnt after that idiot godse killed Gandhi.

    Looks like brahmins still haven’t learnt a lesson. Its time for another one!

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  • saurabh bansal said:

    gr8.

    i salute to shri godse. he really did a gr8 wrk.

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  • Charu said:

    I always believed no one is perfect and there are always 2 sides of the coin.All we forget is looking the other side of the story.Today here is a well written article which opened our eyes and we started believing it tomo some one will put another view and we will start following.
    STOP Indians we are democratic country in which we need not follow people either as idiol or on religion but have right to say what is right and wrong.
    I am just an indian not hindu or muslim like we have americans britishers etc we shd move away from cast.I know all people staying in India are Indians and pakistan are pakistani irrespectiev of their religion.
    I really like the article here but have to read more before I make up my mind to support either Gandhi or Godse.

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  • jitender mall said:

    partition of india (giving hindus land to muslims) and giving 55 caror of rupees to pakistan for its re-construction was one of the greatest sin been ever done by any indian leader on this earth . and nathuram should be always saluted by every hindus

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  • True Indian said:

    I sincerely thank Shree NathuRam Godse from bottom of my heart for his brave action.
    He was a great man and has got superb forevisionery power who judged that gandhi can not be tolerated any more otherwise India can become slave again in coming time…but this time it will not be britishers or any firangi but Pakistanis….
    Act of Shree Nathuram Godse is justified… by killing coward gandhi for not only the fact That he agreeed to the partition of India and giving Rs.55 crore to pakistan for its re-construction but also for the sacrifice of life’s of shree Bhagat Singh, Shree Chandra Shekhar Azad, Shree Suhhdev and Shree Rajguru and many Indians who have lost their life for freedom which he could save.

    It is sacrifice of thousands of Indians then only we are breathing safe in a free and indepedent country.

    I salute to all the warriors of freedom movement.

    I sincerely request Indian government to withdraw such honour from gandhi’s name as Father of Ntion and wipe out his bloody picture from our national currency
    and to put Bharat Mata’s image on it because no body is greater that nation and Bharat Mata.
    We are still suffering from train blasts, Mumbai attacks, Bomb Blasts at Delhi,Jaipur,Ahmedabad and all over the country because of the cowardness of Gandhi.

    We can still make life of our children’s happy if we take oath unitedly to fight against Pakistan the root cause of all the destruction happened.

    I want to delete the history of Partition and want our generation to see one country, one nation ruled by some extreamly intelligent fellow no matter hindu or muslim but an true Indian like Godse…like CS Azad ….Like Subhash Chandra Bose…

    Jai Hind

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  • Deepak said:

    salute..to Mr. Nathuram Ghodse…..
    but he should have done this much earlier,so that we could have got early independence without separation and might this would have saved lives of Great Bhagat singh, Rajguru, and Sukhdev……..

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  • tapas bhattacharyya said:

    Yes, Gandhi might be great at his time. But his “Greatness” was not
    honoured or cared for. The bitter reality is that mostly due not to his
    timely intervention, lakhs of Indian people are still bleeding, thousands of
    crores of rupees being spend to maintain our armies. our advancement
    has stalled.
    History is really a good leveller. Had, Gandhi and Nehru were out of this
    sub-continent scenario much earlier, we had not to lose so much.

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  • Somsundar VM said:

    I am happy that Godse did tis good deed. If Gandhi was live for a few more years, we could have seen a Pea-nut size India, a weak n feable one. Cheers to Godse!!

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    Human Replied on:

    If it weren’t for Gandhi and his followers, we wouldn’t even see a peanut sized India, we would have been eating peanuts and polish British boots.

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    Somsundar V.M Replied on:

    If you think Britishers left India because of the movement under Gandhi, its wrong. They left us because of the effects of Word war 2 on their majesty’s kingdom. They were financially weak, which forced them to leave! N it is totally baseless to say that Gandi is the one that lead us to independence. That would be the best was of undermining our other freedom fighters!

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  • Amit said:

    sadly today so called gandhi is called mahatma and nathuram godse a monster from my point of view and i would say 80% indian youth nathuram godse was a national hero..my idols are nathuram godse, bhagat singh and not gandhi’s may all gandhi be eternally damned …. bhagat singh said it true “you can kill individuls not ideas” they hanged nathuram but his legend still lives among heart of youth and will continue to do so..Gandhi sham ideas of non voilence were never revelent and never will be after all it is survival of the fittest … stronger survive weaker perish…… lets gandhi go to hell… indian youths among who you wanna be?? among those survived or who perished?? Time to decide……………….

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    Human Replied on:

    True, you can kill individuls not ideas. Godse killed Gandhi but couldn’t kill his ideas. I am glad we don’t have Nathuram Godse on our currency notes. Not even 8% of Indian youth would agree with you Amit.

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  • girish dixit said:

    I FULLY SUPPORT MR. NATHHURAM GODSE, A TRULY HINDU. I HATE GANDHI HE WAS NOT FATHER OF THE NATION BUT THE FATHER OF DESTRUCTION/ PARTITION OF INDIA/ FATHER OF PAKISTAN ALONE, HE HAS TO BE MUSLIM IN HIS NEXT TIME

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  • Raman said:

    Hi All,

    What I believe is non-violence is a good thing, but only till you or your country is not being attacked by enemies. If the Indian Army is trained for non-violence we will soon lose our independence. Violence for self-defence and defence of our nation is not considered as violence. Revolutionaries like Chandrashekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev and many more believed the same principle.

    Gandhiji referred to these revelutionaries as misguided youths because they did not follow his non-violence terms. Did the sacrifice of these revolutionaries didnt contribute to the freedom of our country ?? Moreover, Subhash Chandra Bose had gathered an entire army to fight off Britishers from our country and he would have succeeded if he had received the support that Gandhi had at that time. Definitely we would have got our freedom earlier if it had been for these revolutionaries.

    I do not oppose Gandhiji’s policies of non-violence. But non-violence does not work for everything and everyone. We cannot surrender our country in the name of non-violence.

    Jai Hind..

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    Human Replied on:

    Agreed to what you say, but that still doesn’t justify killing off Gandhiji, just for Rs. 55 crore.

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  • k.sana said:

    if gandhi dint want voilance then why 1947 voilance took place after partition. why the people were killed in that? gandhi couldnot stop it with his hunger strike? muslims were also a participents in getting the freedom why do we forget that? 78 years old man wanted the help of two women to stand why? he was not getting the men? he was hero. lots of people were there to become his sholder. what he did with his sons and wife? in 1947 partition no one died from his family. but we shiuld ask to them who had lost their loved one one more thing we should ask them that in which condition the deadbody was departured? nude? necked? cut in to pieces? if the non voilance ahinsa, leave us on this path we dont want such kind of ahinsa who can not save their family. ask the conditions of the women to those family members. he could have saved the bhagat singh and others but he signed that document why? where is the names of the freedom figters who realy contributed towards this country? all the credit is taken by whom? i want to tell one more fat that time there was no hinduism or muslism? they were all together fighting for freedom but now because of division the partition came between the people and their thought and between the religon. who was saved in this fight only parsis and chirstian. they were nutral so they dont have to say any thing. if gandhi could have alived for more days then we could not have seen this much india also :-). the bangladesh, pakistan from boh side there would have road and while coming and going one another could found shot dead, raped and only on the ground of his hunger. i am not sugesting who was right or who was wrong? nathu or bapu? but whatever i have written up is realy thoughtfull. we should think from our own mind without keeeping who was right or wrong. you will get the solution from your own mind. that much you people are capable to distinguish. dont go on the historybut go on fact and cercumstances.

    thanks, and please think upon it.

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  • vamsi krishna said:

    daer all,
    first of all i owe a million thanks to the man who posted it.eye openong.but i was sad reading the comments that still some people are liking gandhi(they can).but they can’t hate mr.Gaudsey. a great visionery,intellectual, who loved gandhi, just like that can’t assasin him. the people of india owe him our life and everything,because of not killing gandhi,but knowing the disgrace to him and his family,how his name would be written in the histery,he sacrificed his life to the nation.how many of us could able to do that not for the nation,even for our own family.salutes with my head bent to the earth to the great man.from now on wards i will try to tell this to the people i know and try to remove the bad name on him.that is what i could able to do for him as the best.

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  • A.K.Saradhi said:

    Long Live Godse.I think our country desperately needs the dynamic men like Godse, Sardar Vallabhai Patel,Netaji,Bhagat Singh,Rajguru,Sukhdev&Ashwaakulah Khan to change the path of our Motherland.It is better to be an Extremist than to be a Gandhian.

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    Human Replied on:

    Godse is already dead!!!!! Look what extremists do ….. they bomb up civilians!!!

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  • A.K.Saradhi said:

    Thanks man, who ever you are.After reading it i really hate Mahatma Gandhi.

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  • A.K.Saradhi said:

    As far as i know Mr.Veer Savarkar was the only person who was given 2 times life imprisonment.Is it right?please clear my doubt.

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  • Vikram said:

    Nice article. Reminded me that history textbooks aren’t always right. People weren’t black and white good or bad.
    That being said, I’d want to read up on this more before deciding what shade of grey to assign Gandhi.

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  • pramod kumar reddy said:

    i strongly support what godse had done.from oldage to present now, hindus are suffering a lot of problems by cruel other religions.and gandi himself being a hindu supported to the muslims.those people who live for their namesake shoud be killed.

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  • vijay said:

    Rajeev,

    Excellent article. You may find this link interesting. This shows the extent that our School history books have been manipulated to show certain leaders as gods or in some cases better then gods.

    http://satyameva-jayate.org/2008/05/30/mahatma-netaji-little-history/

    You may also find this interesting.

    http://ngodse.tripod.com/defense.htm

    Keep up the good work.

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  • Harmeet said:

    I had read this before and believe most of it si true except the part which says – In a democracy you cannot put forward your demands at knife-point. Jinnah did it and Gandhi stabbed the nation with the same knife. He dissected the land and gave a piece to Pakistan

    It is a well known fact that Jinnah was a more deserving candidate for Prime Ministership and Gandhi supported him for that. Nehru was not willing to give up his aspirations to become the first PM even at the cost of partition. I believe Gandhi was at crossroads for Nehru’s loyalty towards him and his love for India. Saying Gandi loved Muslims is not correct cos it is below his dignity to love people on their religion.

    As rightly pointed out Gandhi was a great Man and had he stayed out of politics after independence, probably we would have had Akram and Tendulkar playing in the same team ;-)

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    Human Replied on:

    You have written the wisest comment Harmeet. Partition was nothing but a cold war between Nehru and Jinnah, a race to be the PM, for which Gandhiji and India was torn!!!!!!

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    Harmeet Replied on:

    Thanks. Nice to see a response on my comment after over an year… Life changes in a years time.. :-)

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    doc Replied on:

    hi,

    actually the british followed their divide and rule policy even while leaving India. winston churchil has said on record the the british should never give India her independence….and if the day ever comes, a devastating civil war should be inflicted on people of India.

    seed of partition were sown by the british many years before the independence. our leaders trusted the british and failed completely to prevent the partition. innocents suffered on both the sides.

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  • Anonymous said:

    guys,when we talk all about these, we fail to understand one thing.To stand up to our enemy and show him how strong we are is great.But ultimately,aren’t we doing the same thing he’s doing?lets assume(only assume) we are the leaders of the nation.We are now fighting the British.We are actually discussing the method to send them back.Now to do that we need the suppourt of the people.The question I would like to place is: Why did the people not rise and help the people going for violence?Its because they were afraid.So now we need the people to become fearless.That’s exactly what Gandhi did.He was the man who made the mass loose fear.This he felt when he fought for them in Champaran.He was successfull.

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  • Shoeb Hamid said:

    Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Shoeb Hamid and I am a Muslim. My very name and intro might dissappoint some, as I understand their their vulnerability to judge me from my name, my religion, a tag given by the west, by radicals and so on. As a human, not animal, not plant, I know two truths, which are absolute and universal. First that Gandhi was killed. Who killed him? Who encouraged to kill him? Who funded? What intentions he or his patrons have, I don’t know. I can read only, acounts, accounts and accounts of what actually happened. So here is my first comment: Gandhiji was killed and to kill a human being to the best of my knowledge is not allowed in any faith.
    Second Comment: Like all of you I am a human being. If you cut me I will bleed and the blood will be red and I will feel the pain. If you do good I will return it in the same way. And if I don’t then I am probably week in my conscience, weak before my personal interests, motives and other forces. And it is not me only who is like this, it is you as well. Religion is out of the equation. You may think like Ganhiji or Jinnahji or Godseji and act likewise. Only God and the person himself or herself knows what he or she is, what he or she intends. Good and evil is in all of us. Deny it and you will never live a true and complete life. Now if we all want to settle our scores here, it will be an endless battle and there will be nothing but blood, gore, hatred, and all attributes of evil. Take a moment and ask yourself, what kind of person you are, what have you done in your life so far, has it helped people or hurt people, what if God is one and man fights to prove that theirs is the only God. My advise Save Yourself from Sin and live a happy and complete life.

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    Anurag vohra Replied on:

    I agree with you.

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  • Ankit Jain said:

    Young Generation of India really need to understand who were real heroes of our Nation. Gandhi never supported Bhagat and RSS Leaders who devoted themselves to the task of organizing our Nation. Since the partition Congress poured a slow poison of caste divide and rule policy…Even after 62 years my Nation is still considered to be Poor…Just because of Gandhi, Nehru Family we are still suffering….They never cared about common people and welfare of Nation….If you do a research you will find the data will agree with Godse…..

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  • Ankit Jain said:

    Jai Hind..Jai Bharat Maa

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  • anonymous said:

    PLEASE THESE COMMENTS ARE PURELY BASED ON RATIONAL AND NP FEELINGS ATTACHED. OTHERS READ IT OBJECTIVELY

    1. Why MKG did not get a Nobel Peace Prize?(All grumble about this) Simple reason he did not have a vision, he was good not great, what I mean is Some European Leader then said ” you never divide a nation on the lines of religion and linguistics. ” He was very flimsy leader Who said United we Stand then next day divide on the name of language,religion. ” And called himself secular.He is not different from the then BRITISH. Asked Hindu’s to stop killing Muslims and did Satyagraha. The reverse never happened. He was totally Life form of the word “IRONY.” People who call him secular reconsider your views people.He is kinda 50-50 cannot take a stand.

    2. Winston Churchill: Secret conversations reveal views on Stalin and Gandhi
    While researching his new book, Andrew Roberts discovered extraordinary secret documents recording every Cabinet conversation of our wartime prime minister. His views on ‘jocular’ Stalin and ‘bad man’ Gandhi force us to reassess history

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/2990111/Winston-Churchill-Secret-conversations-reveal-views-on-Stalin-and-Gandhi.html

    3. And today oh my God people have made him a hero. Simple marketing technique get all villagers and tell them fight for freedom. Even today some villagers think Gandhi is alive or some think Rahul is his grand son. Ridiculous I say I say the word GANDHI should be banned.

    4. People read ” PEOPLE WHO SUPPORT GANDHI WAS RIGHT” read “OPEN SOCIETY AND ITS ENEMIES” rationally in the absence of a leader the system should function normally. That you can see what is presently happening An ISSUE then is still burning today.

    5. LOOK at FRANCE’s problem. If not dealt in India GOD save you just like you people pray. And Never Act. What Bal Thackeray says is RIGHT only he uses inappropriate words. The GIST IS TRUE

    Concluding statement: Gandhi Gandhism good till 1948. NOT GREAT
    Today India Needs revolution. Satyagraha etc are outdated tools when terrorists use IEDs I hope all CONGRESS LEADERS go and do SATYAGRAHA REGARDING KASHMIR and PAKISTAN MILITARY LEADERS WILL BE PRESSING NUKE LAUNCH. India is too soft and those ************************ politicians they will sell the country overnight CONGRESS BJP alike because they are all Gandhi’s followers directly or indirectly. They just like power. Long gone are days of BHAGAT SINGH, RAJ GURU, SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE, VEER SAVARKAR!!

    I just cannot imagine India if NATURAM GHODSEJI had not assassinated him. Probably it would be something like present bangladesh with rest being Pakistan with Gandhi their FATHER GRANDFATHER OF THE NATION!!! He was communal inside secular outside

    ARISE AWAKE STOP NOT TILL THE GOAL IS REACHED

    VANDE MATARAM JAI HIND

    WE CANNOT SPARE 1 GOOD VIRUS FOR THE REMAINING 99 BAD VIRUSES

    COS THERE ARE NO GOOD / BAD VIRUSES . THEY ARE JUST PARASITES

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    Human Replied on:

    “He was communal inside secular outside” If he would have been communal, he would have been supporting Savarkar and the RSS. If Godse had not assassinated Gandhi, India would have been a better place.

    India today is empty and selfish. We would tear each other apart, if only we could get some money out of it.

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  • hawkeye said:

    I seriously can’t believe some of the comments here suggesting what godse did was right.

    We got independence only because of Bapu, or you’ll be still praising the queen. Apart this, he stood up for the Harijans (untouchables) – which alone makes him the great man he was. They were the people who really suffered and continue to suffer – under brahmiin domination and supression. Godse or RSS or any hindu group can claim they saved their motherland but they would have continued to mistreat their fellow Hindu Harijans Indians or from other caste. Are they not Indians or children of Hindustan too? You bigots all know that but dare accept it!

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    Human Replied on:

    Well Said!!!!

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  • hawkeye said:

    @ Harmeet

    I do like your idea of Akram and Tendulkar in the same team. Unbeatable :-)

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    Human Replied on:

    Me too!!! Just imagine, Imran Khan bowling and Sunil Gavaskar batting for the same team. Shahid Afridi, MS Dhoni, Shoaib Akhtar, Viru Sehwag all against Australia….. it’d be awesome!!!!

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  • bountyhunter9 said:

    hi all of your there, seems this page is full of anti muslims. no problem, any way, how many of you smart guys if being a lawyer from abroad ,being the most powerful man, the most influential man Born till today in India would spend his entire life in a piece of khadi and forgo the lure of post of prime ministership and try to fight for the people. Your hero nathuram was only fighting for Hindus and not for India. And when u talk about India, we muslims are very much a part of this country. even though u differ to agree. If you want to corrupt the minds of young people that during the riots only hindus were raped and murdered then It proves beyond doubt that u r racist and biased. sure u can call me psuedo secular , a new word in dictionary, but there has been no mention in the above discussion about the thousands of muslims who too were killed by hindus and raped, what do you want to say about that.Mr rajeev why have u not collected that info and told u r audiences the no of muslims murdered during partition. u r biased and a racist and a anitmuslim i can sense that. Just remember to see peace tv and hear dr zakir naik’s speech. and just want to know u r opinion the fact that the Prophet Mohammed may peace be upon him is clearly mentioned in bhavishya puranas as well as in vedas. after hearing this what r u r views about Muslims.

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    Sarfaraz Ali Replied on:

    Brother Your perception here is wrong.
    I agree that Muslim to suffered form riots.
    Bu the point here to understand is :
    We killed each other but were we successful in killing the true culprit.
    U talk about Gujrat massacre. Mulims burned trains in turn some hindu responded . Think this:
    Who were killed.:
    1. Muslim killed innocent hindu people.
    2. Hindu Killed innocent muslim in riots.
    The true culprits still are free.
    1. Mulim culprit whi did this act.
    2. And hinud culprit who did this act.

    Apart from that About Dr Zakir naik is an idiot. He is a selfish person who is trying to influence pepole by saying anything that comes to his idealogy. he just show you the side of the coin were you win and say this is truth and donot show the otherside of the coin.
    You might say he know more things about hinduism than hindu themselves, but knowing one or two line to prove someone wrong is not a complete knowledge.
    I love islaam I love peace.
    I love Hiduism I love peace. I love India.

    And to all hindus, telling thuis line form an Mulim to a muslim doesnot mean I ma saying Islaam is wrong, neither I ma saying Hinduism is wrong.
    To all(hindu muslim sikh isayi)I am saying : Practice the religion which you think most appropriate for your self by one own understanding, but never impose your understanding on others.

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  • Hugh Kelly said:

    No one knows the ultimate truth. Those who claim they do are mistaking themselves for a God.

    Gandhi knew that neither he nor anyone else knew the ultimate truth and therefore he knew that the ends could not justify the means: you cannot do evil as means to a greater good because the evil means makes the end result you achieve into a hollow, even sinful, victory.

    He also knew that we cannot control others, only ourselves, and therefore he preferred to be good and do good, even if that meant that his body would perish while his enemies survived.

    However, while the body of a boddhisatva, mahatma, or saint is lost his or her spirit lives on.

    Gandhi wasn’t perfect – no human is. However, he knew that killing and violence of any kind were evil, not good, and his actions inspired the nation of India to gain independence through peaceful civil disobedience, which make it unique in history, and is something for Indians to be proud of.

    Furthermore, if you compare Gandhi’s actions to Godse’s, you can see that one dedicated his life to peace, while the other decided that the ends of changing India’s foreign policy towards Pakistan justified the assassination of one of the most peaceful leaders in human history.

    While the violence between Muslims and Hindus in India and Pakistan is terrible, and while it may be true that Gandhi did not always know the correct solution to those problems, anyone who says that Godse did a service to India by murdering Gandhi is deceiving himself for several reasons.

    First, murdering as a way to create justice is never justified. If you believe it is then you can join the ranks of George Bush, Josef Stalin, Augusto Pinochet and Pol Pot.

    Second, Godse’s murder provoked more violence, such as the violence against Brahmins. Killing for political reasons almost always undermines your goal because violence leads to more violence.

    Third, being a good human being is more important than being Indian, American, or Iranian. Your nationality is not as important as your ethics, and being a good person is much better than being a patriot.

    Godse will be forgotten in a few more generations, but Gandhi will be remembered for centuries as a mahatma. We can all be great souls if we follow the example of people like Buddha, Christ, Gandhi, and Martin Luther King.

    Hugh Kelly
    Columbia, Missouri, USA (currently living in Switzerland)

    P.S. For those of you who think that because I have no right to comment on this matter because I am not Indian, I bow to you and respect your opinion. However, we are all humans.

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    ankit sinha Replied on:

    I have gratitude towards you to give the enlightenment in soul …..thanks a lot……..:-))

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  • nivaz deen said:

    hi frds .there s a limit for everything .anything which goes beyond the control will be a disaster .hope everyone understands and accepts the above fact.gandhiji not only stopped the hindus but also stopped the muslims from involving in so called massacre or jihad or brutal merciless killing in the name of religion.an eye for an eye will not be a solution for this kind of problem.dont think muslims and hindus are different .they are all brothers and sisters.i dont want this brutal massacre like this to get happened again.

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  • Amber said:

    I am proud of u Nathu Ji…. the grandfather of our nation.

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    Human Replied on:

    Wow!! Since when did we start praising grandfathers who killed fathers?

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  • Ajay said:

    Aaj Rupees par aap ki tasvir honi chahie thi Mr. Godse

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    Human Replied on:

    That was the last straw AJAY. You are a traitor to India, Gandhiji and the spirit of indepedence.

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  • HARINDER SINGH TOMAR said:

    actually in general mahatma ganghi was not killed but it was the gift given by shri nathuram vinayak godse. he make gandhi free from the problem which he is going to face in future after the appointment of jawaharlal nehru as a prime minister

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  • r pai said:

    i think it is well written but you have not focussed on the question “why godse killed gandhiji” instead you have focussed on what happened when gandhiji died.

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  • Rajeev said:

    actually it includes both…what were the circumstances when godse decided to kill gandhi and what happend after that

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  • Prakash said:

    Arya,

    I appreciate your views.

    Gandhi was a victim of his own non-hindutva (or, should I called it a partial-hindutva) ideology and in this process, he made perish so many of his followers before he would succumb to it.

    He was not the hero of Indians to start with. He was made a hero by the cunning British because, the principle of non-violence suited their cause. When the “Whites” started praising and making propaganda of his self-fabricated new ideology “non-violence” for their own cause, the Indians as well as the whole world started accepting him the unique leader. Hindutva never undermined the importance of self-defence, self-protection and violence to protect your kith and kin rightfully, while practicing non-violence. While Gandhi’s theory of non-violence was to remain in his supreme position, by getting acceptance from British and also his muslim brothers.

    A child will hit with her soft spongy hands, the killers who come to kill her mother…. But, the Hindu adults were tied their hands by the majic rope “non-violence”.

    The shape India is in today and the Indians are in today with respect to our human rights have the roots from misunderstood ideology of “non-violence”. Otherwise, Hindus would not be begging for co-operation from minorities despite giving them more privileges (where else in the world you can find this?) and receiving unjust violence from neibouring Pakistan.

    Ghandi’s principle was a mere practice of non-violence, irrespective of the situation, without distinguishing between what is right and wrong and to correct or eradicate the wrong, taking appropriate measure. A thief who has entered the house is not going to run away abandoning his mission if you sit on hunger strike. It is an act of inability. This is vindicated in Gandhi’s shedding his upper garment to join the many (who were made) poor Indians, rather than fighting to cover their nakedness.

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  • Prakash said:

    to add more light….

    Gandhi’s Lord Rama himself had to wield a weapon to eradicate the evil or “adharma”… and bring back his Sita (here, imagine India as Sita, British as Ravana and Indians as Rama; and in another situation Hindus as Sita, Muslims as Ravana and the Hindu adults as Rama – was there any place for non-violence at any cost?) Did Gandhi not believe in Ramayan but, only in Rama?

    Was Mahabaratha or Lord Krishna (and his Bhagwad Geetha) a lie to Gandhi?

    Non-violence was a mere selfish act of Gandhi and nothing else. It was an act to betray the people who accepted it (i.e. many Hindus) and to embrace the people who might oppose Gandhi or to get the approval of his (Gandhi’s) supremacy from those who might oppose (i.e. the British and the Muslims) him.

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  • Prakash said:

    S Sikdar,

    Good one yaar! Really!!

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  • Prakash said:

    Venkatesh,

    Godse was a literate

    Godse was an Editor of a famous Daily

    Godse’s articles were praised by many and were thought provoking, patriotic

    Godse had his good reasons for his act

    Godse did not act like a coward or felt ashamed of his act. Rather, he was proud of it

    Godse argued his case himself well in the Court

    Godse’s documents have been with-held unpublished by Indian Government, to know fully, his side of the argument

    You call Gose a maniac… may be to rhyme well with your idol Mahatma OR ????

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    Venkatesh Sridhar Replied on:

    @Prakash: I would like to see what good reasons he had to act that you are aware of, since you yourself mention it was unpublished.

    Any article that you are writing talking about? Osama Bin Laden has also written articles which many consider to be thought provoking and patriotic. Is he a good guy? See the fallacy in your argument.

    I never said that Godse was an illiterate, what I meant is that everyone has a style of writing, Savarkar had his and it was clear that the language used by Godse were influence by Savarkar and that’s what I stated.

    By the way, what did we achieve by killing Gandhi? Also, someone mentioned that Gandhi was responsible for the partition, clearly forgiving the British who were formenters of the partition.Gandhi told Jinnah that if you want to be the PM of undivided India for India to remain undivided so be it. Nehru wouldn’t have any of it.

    It is Nehru who is responsible for the mess in J&K, including the article 371 that the BJP and the RSS staunchly oppose and I agree with them because I believe that the stand is correct but that doesn’t mean that I should or will agree to everything that the BJP or RSS says or does.

    By the way, India as a civilization for 1700 years had never invaded any foreign country, we have always had that. We were the civilization that had the most evolved Rules of Engagement with respect to War, which was noble and fair in character. Non-violence or satyagraha was a nuanced concept drawn from that.

    I believe for a country as diverse as India, if we had gone the way of violent struggle we would have been broken into pieces and war lords would have emerged. History has shown that many independence struggles won on the basis of violence hasn’t survived as a country especially in our part of the world.

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  • manoj kumar sinha said:

    mr. godse do not killed to mr.gandhi i personly think he killed to gandhiwadi symble. (tum ak thappar maroge to man dusra gaal bhi tumhe marne ka hak de dunga.) so it is not way for freedom. accoding to my openion ( agar tum marne ke lia haath bhi uthane ki koshis kiya to haath kya gardan hi ura dunga.

    i dont think only gandhi give me freedon . if gandhi give me freedom than all freedom fighter was sleeping? i cant say.have you any answer. if you have any answer pl give me reply.
    thanks thanks thanks

    manoj kumar sinha
    Deoghar jharkhand

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  • Debarnab Karjee said:

    Nathuram Godse misinterpreted the ideals of the Mahatma. The Mahatma wanted this world to be a little better place to live in…for that a stronger dedication, stronger patience was required. But we, mortal human beings couldn’t have that patience, we became restless, we found our voice and raised it because British were not there anymore to crush us,we had Indians at the political,administrative,security,helm, we became the masters of our own decisions….and we killed the Mahatma…we could not save our father…and the killing of innocent Pakistanis and innocent Indians continued. By the way, had the Mahatma been killed before the Independence,India would still move in the wilderness of the British Raj..Its a shame that there are still a few of us today who question the legacy of the Mahatma…open your eyes,respect the Father of the Nation..for he was the one who showed us the light when there was total darkness…

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  • Venkat Reddy Kotta said:

    Rajeev, Its a very well written Article. I have always had a similar perception, but never had the right reasons. Now i think through this article i have what i need to talk the right thing and i shall every time that i have to.
    Thanks Again..

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  • Gomzi said:

    Dividers of our nation are traitors of our nation. Catch them & put them behind the bars for life time. Kill them if they rise again against our beloved country.

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  • Vignesh said:

    Its a known fact that the greedy and power hungry Nehru Family was… is and will continue to kill this country, Nehru’s power hunger caused partition not Gandhi.

    I am not sure who was more deserving to be prime minister, but partitioning a nation for one man’s benefit is an unacceptable thing in my dictionary.

    Godse had his reasons to kill Gandhi, well everyone has a reason for every action of theirs, some of them valid, some of them invalid.

    It was not just a “demand from pakistan” for 55 crores it was their share of the money, and shameless leaders were trying to escape the legal liability

    “by transfer of Rs.55 crores to Pakistan in January 1948 as ***its share*** of Central Government deposits with the Bank.”

    This line is taken from our own RBI’s records

    http://rbidocs.rbi.org.in/rdocs/content/PDFs/89659.pdf

    The idea of a road between east Pakistan and west Pakistan is rubbish at best, the name of the place was East Bengal in those days, it was named as east Pakistan only in 1956, and even if this was true in some form, it is rubbish to say that Gandhi would support the idea.

    If you owed your neighbour some money and did not want to pay (got greedy), if you father interferes to say that you should pay because you owe them, will you kill your father and say that tomorrow he might also support some claim of the neighbour???

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  • Kunal said:

    I agree nehru family was power hunggry but it was gandhi who by his cruel means fed the nehrus for power.

    It ws gandhi who sugested for the division of india. Jinha ws at the majority in the house n wud hav become the first PM of india, but thn nehru wanted to be the 1st PM of India so the duo came up with ths mind blowing plan of dividing india.

    Gnadhi wud blackmail the hindus to follow the muslim led movements started during the independence struggle even if the movement wud curtail the rights of the hindus or any difficulties that wud b caused to the majority only to gain political suypport of the muslims.

    Godse was a saviour to india. If godse wud hav been mentally incapable his newspaper wud not hv been the best of his times, nor wud hav great leaders (savarkar) wud hav followed his lead in gandhi assissination.

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  • Amol Mangalkar said:

    Hi All,
    A well researched document. Somebody above is asking how many lawer educated from england would have spent life in khadi. I must say, spending a life in khadis is definately more comfortable than having a life sentense in Andaman which many of our freedom fighters like Svatantraveer Sawarkar had undergone.
    If british had not been weakened due to two world wars, never had they left india. Its a truth world knows. Non-violence was an experiment done by Gandhiji on our nation for their own sake. Gandhiji’s weakness has arose in the form of many problems ahead of post independent India.
    Nathuram godse act was a protest and outcry against Gandhiji’s wrong. He had no personal feelings. We have read gandhiji all our life , let us atleast spend some time to read about Nathuram Godse and think about him. Today even KASAB is getting opportunity to put forth his view and the book written by Nathuram Godse which explains his deeds is banned.Godse didn’t do any wrong.

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  • dr Rajesh said:

    This is what I read in book about what type of filthy ideology gandhiji was having.

    ” In the 6th July, 1926, edition of the Navajivan, Gandhi wrote that

    “He would kiss the feet of the (Muslim) violator of the modesty of a sister” (Mahatma Gandhi, D Keer, Popular Prakashan, p-473).

    Just before the partition, both Hindu and Sikh women were being raped by the Muslims in large numbers. Gandhi advised them that if a Muslim expressed his desire to rape a Hindu or a Sikh lady,

    she should never refuse him but cooperate with him. She should lie down like a dead with her tongue in between her teeth. Thus the rapist Muslim will be satisfied soon and sooner he leave her.

    (D Lapierre and L Collins, Freedom at Midnight, Vikas, 1997, p-479). ”

    And read books by P. K Atre – Karheche Pani, he too have mentioned the evil ideology of gandhi.

    Hail nathuram Godse.

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  • Bruce said:

    mr. godse do not killed to mr.gandhi i personly think he killed to gandhiwadi symble. (tum ak thappar maroge to man dusra gaal bhi tumhe marne ka hak de dunga.) so it is not way for freedom. accoding to my openion ( agar tum marne ke lia haath bhi uthane ki koshis kiya to haath kya gardan hi ura dunga.

    i dont think only gandhi give me freedon . if gandhi give me freedom than all freedom fighter was sleeping? i cant say.have you any answer. if you have any answer pl give me reply.
    thanks thanks thanks

    manoj kumar sinha
    Deoghar jharkhand

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  • Shekar H said:

    I strongly support what Nathuram Godse did to save our Hindu National humiliation which Mohandas Gandhiji could not understand nor acknowlede due to his stubborn favorism towards Jinnah and his beloved Muslims. It is such a shame that Nathuram Godse’s articles are banned or suppresed from coming into the light so that our youths can know the true history of our independence. Though Gandhiji’s non violent ideas were great, I dont think it had any contribution towards gaining independance as few of us know that after plundering India the British Raj could not afford to stay back those days due to heavy losses fighting the German Nazis in the second world war and therfor had plans to pull out. Praising people like Gandhiji and criticizing our real heros like Naturam Godse, Veer Savarkar or Bhagat Singh is a real hipocracy.

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  • Rajesh said:

    In my opinion Gandhi was not Mahatma because if violence is happening Mahatma should sacrifice his life in abondoning it, but he as a cunning fellow never sacrificed his life to stop violence .Most of the people at that very time were illitrate and were not able to understand his diplomatic act,due to this reason only he was having too many followers .As a saint also he should justify his decision before public but he never justified his policy upon burning issue of country.I think he was frustrated in life because he was not good in acadmic, as well as a lawyer but gained popularity and enjoyed life by the blessing of selfish nature politician of Congress Party

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  • vinoth said:

    gandhi is a begger he begs for everything from others for freedom to partition. his sathyagraha and other policies not stopped miserable behaviour of muslims. then what is the use of these things. still today congress is a backboneless party in ruling our country. one and only by the financial and political powers of congress leader led the party ruling our nation. i don`t know that past situation who is right or wrong.but gandhi fooled the nation by non-violence!

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  • sukumar said:

    First of all a hats off to Mahaan Nathuram ji. i’m totally in support of nathuramji’s decision. That is the person to whom we should call a perfect man. He was belonged to the religion called “Human”. Because of M.K.Gandhi today we ae facing problems like terrorism. if there had no Pakistan, there would no terrorism. He did a single mistake and till today we are facing problems.

    i would like to thank u people and hope to read the more about the banned article of Nathuramji. Jai Nathuramji.

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  • Utpal Chakrabarty said:

    The huge investment in Gujrat’s textile industry came around the time when MK Gandhi was collecting fund. Is it just a coincidence or lack of scruple? Only MK Gandhi knows.

    The lower caste people felt further alienated after MK Gandhi started calling them Hri Jan.

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  • ek said:

    Gandhi was a liability , which the country is still paying. Countless hindus have been killed, women & children raped, children kidnapped & used as sex slaves,during the countrys partion & riots that followed. This is what secularlism has given us, this is what tolerance to other faiths have given us. Inspite of all this we still bring back the congress party to power , who still take our votes in the name of “Gandhi”. Dear Hindus just start to think about youself before its too late.We have to fight this battle alone, the govt & the media supports the other side.

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  • BK said:

    Each to his own, God for us all …

    Was Gandhi’s death ‘pre-ordained’, as is mine ???

    Nothing happens by co-incidence and nature keeps ‘course-correcting’ !!!

    And, we are all but small specs in the ‘Master Game’ of the Universal Almighty.

    Another reason for greater ‘enlightenment’ through ‘hind-sight’ ?

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  • Rajeev Ranjan said:

    @BK
    Thanks for visiting my site.
    I didn’t get your comment and your questions…Can you please elaborate it in simple language, so that all of us can easily understand your point.

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  • Yadu Singh said:

    Very informative piece. Enjoyed reading it.

    Yadu Singh
    Sydney, Australia
    http://www.yadusingh.wordpress.com
    http://www.twitter.com/dryadusingh

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  • Aruditi said:

    Lets not be judgemental about who, how and now? but try and understand that we humans are so complex that we cant understand our ownself. what do we want or it is just adrenal rush… Was Godse loyal to gandhi or to his religion???…are these reasons enough for assassination..probably we are confused kzz we still cant accept the facts..I hope we all get wisdom and walk on the right paths of Humanitarian.

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  • VIJAY KUMAR MISHRA said:

    gandhi was a great hero but simultaneously godse also.both of them are right from their point of view.

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  • Manohar said:

    Yes, after independence his actions are pro-muslim. he should have taught equally without considering any religion then he might have remained as a great man, but he is not. He seems to be a selfish leader. he fasted when refuges occupied delhi mosques but he didnt to fasting when muslims killing Hindus in pakistan. he made Hindus to get killed because of his actions. Godse did the right thing.

    gun for a gun is a must in any scenario. strong animal kills weak animal this is nature.

    Lots of truth is their in this article. Thanks for posting.

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  • Nayyar Hashmey said:

    Your views on the widespread massacres which found home in both India and Pakistan in those days, is one sided. While you mention the people who were butchered on their way to India, you forget to mention an equal amount of savagery demonstrated by Hindus and Sikh mobs on Muslims travelling to Pakistan.

    As a matter of fact, partition was the most tragic event in the history of Indo-Pak subcontinent. Those were the times when all peoples in the subcontinent pounced upon each other’s throats. There was no distinction between a friend and the foe. Everybody who had a different faith was “bound to die”. Both communities showed all the bestiality they had in them but there were some noble instances of Hindu and Sikhs protecting Muslims and Muslims protecting [facing all odds at the hands of their co religionists] protected their Hindu and Sikh friends. Even in that frenzy of madness, there were these noble souls who demonstrated that humanity knows no religion and that it is a universal feature of noble men that exists amongst all communities, all the times.

    Irrespective of what Gandhi believed, his role in the Indo-Pak independence movement, murder of Gandhi was a heinous act and whatever you may write to sculpt a hero in Nathu Ram Godse’s murderous character, he was on all counts a cold blooded murderer and that too of a noble soul named Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi.

    Nayyar Hashmey
    http://wondersofpakistan.wordpress.com

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  • girish said:

    what godse has done was the exceptional case in india’s favour, no one could do it. the case is that he was brahmin , the only brahmin can do such act in india’s favour , for this brahmin’s are most suffered person’s in india because they do the act for country.

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  • vasundhara said:

    i ll support Nathuram godse for his meaningful act.

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  • eXeSoul said:

    Nathuram Godse is Real Mahatma not this Gandhi!

    Salute to Nathuram Godse.!

    JaY Hind.!

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  • muna rana said:

    I strongly support what Nathuram Godse did to save our Hindu National humiliation which Mohandas Gandhiji could not understand nor acknowlede due to his stubborn favorism towards Jinnah and his beloved Muslims. It is such a shame that Nathuram Godse’s articles are banned or suppresed from coming into the light so that our youths can know the true history of our independence. Though Gandhiji’s non violent ideas were great, I dont think it had any contribution towards gaining independance as few of us know that after plundering India the British Raj could not afford to stay back those days due to heavy losses fighting the German Nazis in the second world war and therfor had plans to pull out. Praising people like Gandhiji and criticizing our real heros like Naturam Godse, Veer Savarkar or Bhagat Singh is a real hipocracy

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  • Gaurav said:

    Greetings to all,

    I have read EACH AND EVERY WORD on this page including comments and the article. I would like to mention that had I been born in those times I would have shot and stabbed GANDHI a hell lot before Nathuram Godse. Gandhi was a absolute illogical person who was leading India’s leaders.
    No wonder why would he always needed support from young females only.

    One of my friends above mentioned that the brutality on Hindus and Sikhs and Muslims was equal. Definitely , I agree to that but imagine it would have been so easy to avoid all those ruthless events if Gandhi dropped his EGO aside and worked for the benefit of the humanity not muslism or hinduism, or christianity or sikhism.

    The worst problem with Gandhi was that he never use to like when someone used to suggest points of improvement in any idea that used to come out of his mind. Otherwise what was the point of offering a 50% share in ruling INDIA withoutsiders ((Britishers)).
    Bhagat singh never disliked Gandhi but he was really pissed off when he heard that Gandhi is ready to share the cabinet and the decisioning jury. Imagine – can u let anyone get into your house and let an intruder make decisions for you.

    Had gandhi wished , Bhagat singh , rajguru and batukeshwar dutt could have been saved , but he never agreed to it. Infact Gandhi strongly disliked when Nehru appreciated the deeds of Rajguru , bhagat singh and Chandrashekhar azad.

    Supporting the plan to join east and west pakistan with a road across india , Gandhi was just paving a way to an unlimited and never ending TERRORISM to its heights. The hatred hindus and sikhs have for muslims and vice versa will never be changed just because because of the stupidious measures taken by a few leaders of our nation.

    Nevertheless – Thankyou Nathuram godse. It is just so hard for me to even imagine that how difficult was it for you to make that decision. Your sacrifice will always be remembered in the history of India.
    May your soul rest in peace.

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    @Rajeev Ranjan

    This article was well organised..
    My salute…

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  • Pattabhiraman alasubramanian said:

    I have read the article, very carefully, and all the comments, including the comments by a Muslim reader. That Mahatma Gandhiji was a freedom fighter, no one can deny. Nor this fact has been denied by N.V. Godse. It is a clash of two different ideologies that resulted in the unfortunate murder of Gandhiji. When an ideology, ruthlessly pursued by a very disciplined and adamant person like Gandhiji, the inevitable had to happen. If we see what has been happening, after the partition of Bharath, Gandhiji and Nehruji lave left behind a lot of problems for Hindus in particular. Had Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose or Sardar Vallabhai Patel been India’s first PM, events we have seen, we are seeing and we will be seeing, will never happen. Since the first invasion by Muslims, probably in 800 AD, Hindus have been always treated as the minorities, though, in terms of its numbers, we ought to be the ones laying the foundations for a good and just governance. Islam and Christianity (latter religion in its subtle ways) have done so much havoc to the Hindu religion and its followers. The followers of these two religions have managed to set the Hindus against the Hindus. That is the irony and that is the truth. But for Chatrapathy Shivji Maharajs crusading efforts, India would have been an Islamic country two or three centuries ago. Our countrymen should never forget the role by different Maratha leaders, who have played the very important role of defending the Hindus from further persecution. A Hindu can never be a persecutor, because he is so tolerant and cannot react to terrorism. One day, the partitioned Bharath will be united again, whether the Americans or the British or the Chinese like that or not. We need to pray for the birth of such fearless leaders to accomplish this task.

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  • ANKIT SAINI said:

    HELLO EVERYONE,
    IF U R A TRUE DESHBHAKT THEN MUST READ IT.
    I just read the whole story of Nathu ram Godse’s life.I read about his articles & his justification about why he killed Gandhi. I use Gandhi instead Gandhiji because after read Nathu Ram’s biography I felt that Gandhi was a guilti. And I 100% agree with Nathu Ram’s point of view.I think Nathu Ram had done a great job. He save our country from devidation.He present a great sense of mind. After reading Nathu ram’s story I realize that he is a real DESHBHAKT and Gandhi was a DHONGI.HE did right thing at right time. I write some text in HINDI below:-
    agar Nathuram Gandhi ko nhi marta to shayad koi or marta, asli HERO Gandhi nhi hai. Hume sirf Gandhi ke kaaran azadi nhi mili, azadi pane k liye na jane kitne logo ne kurbani di par hum unhe to yaad nhi karte.Ap me se kitne log honge jo BHAGAT SINGH KI DATE OF BIRTH JAANTE HOGE, SUBHAS CHANDRA BOS KI LIFE K BARE ME JANTE HONGE shayad kuch ek. Gandhi k janmdin par national holiday hota hai par in sab k janmdin par koi inko yaad tak nhi karta.Main Gandhiji k khilaf nhi hun.Maine ab Gandhi ke place pr Gandhiji ka use kiya hai kyonki main unke kuch decisions k khilaf hun. Mai manta hun ki desh ki azadi k piche Gandhiji ka bhi pura sehyog tha par hum kisi ek person ko azadi ka hukdar nhi mansakte. Shayad Gandhiji k kuch faisle galt thhe. Pr NATHU RAM GODSE koi terrorist nhi tha HE IS JUST A COMMON MAN.

    JAI HIND
    JAI BHARAT

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  • Anonimus said:

    Hi,

    This is a fantastic article.every coin has two sides,thank you Rajeev for putting light on the other side of the fact.. nathuram’s side. you cannot run a country with a person like Gandhi as your leader…. Gandhi may be a kind person. but that is not the only qualification you need when you are considering to build a new nation. I have heard about the killings that happened during the partition, from my grand parents…. I am a brahmin and they tell me about the problems they faced then, just because Gandhi was killed by a brahmin. If it were not for Nathuram , Gandhi would still continue to be “KIND” to others and India would be divided into number of countries with no place for Hindus to go to.

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  • anki said:

    Salut to nathu Godse…..

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  • Abhilash said:

    Stupid Crap!!!!!
    Treating Godse as a hero!!! utter nonsense!!!!

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  • anki said:

    FTW :)

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  • anki said:

    IF YOU LOVE GANDHI SO MUCH THEN WHY THE HELL YOU ARE READING THIS…..THIS ARTICLE TALKS ABOUT THE FACTS…AND SIGNS OF GANDHI….GOOD WORK MAN FOR HIGHLIGHTING THIS ARTICLE….GANDHI GOT THE TREATMENT THAT HE DESERVED !!!!!!!

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  • vicky said:

    @abhilash

    if all this would have been happened to you than you would have not said that.

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  • vidhu said:

    Gandhi Bhaadkhau tha !!!! gandhi ki beti aur uske bachche hamesha sahi salamat the isiliye use parwah nai thi.Agar uske beti aur family ke saath kuch aisa hota toh saari muslim sewa nikal jaati.aur waise bhi jab wo itna hi achcha tha toh ek ke saath sautela vyawahaar aur doosre ke saath pyaaar…aisa kyu.Why the hell?? Aur ye non violence wali baat sab bewakoofi hai.Just take the case of israelis..it is surrounded by all muslim nations and all are ready to tear it apart at the drop of the hat…if it follows non violence and opens its borders for the enemies to come….it will be destroyed…its simple..self defence !!!!. Gandhi narak me baith ke sade hue dhokle khaa raha hoga.

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  • Anupam Singh said:

    Abey Rajeev …. ye Vidhu bhai Gandhi Baba ko Narak mein sadey huye DHOKLEY khilaa raha hai …. Congress ne dekh liya na, hum sabko jail mein sadey huye dhokley khilaayengey …

    but Vidhu bhai.. i really liked the way you expressed yourself … kudos :-)

    @Rajeev: My wife liked this blog very much and shared with entire HSBC .. just check your todays site stats, it would have scaled new heights ;-)

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  • Rajeev Ranjan (author) said:

    @Anupam… vidhu bhai ne aur bhi bahut kuch express kiya tha….ye edited version hai.
    Please Pass on my thanks to Bhabhiji and take permission for movie this weekend :)

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  • Pooja said:

    No movie’s at all…….waise khush to bahut hoge tum mere lucknow jane se….gurrrrr dekh lungi tumhe

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  • pawan 07 said:

    first i want to a big salute to nathuram godse, and also his fellowmate-gopal godse,veer savarkar,vishnu karkre,badge,nana apte for great patrotism.
    these were the men who really want to re-unite our motherland.these men did not harm ever a muslim,because they were against only gandhi policy not the muslim.
    coming youth of india will always remember for their unforgatable sacrifice…………………
    pawan gill

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  • Sameep said:

    Gandhi did not side with Jinnah…. Neither he was in favor of partition… He tried to convince both Nehru and Jinnah not to fight for individual seat, but fight for unified nation, but no one listened.

    “An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind” following this ideology he asked for non-violence even during partition. His thinking was if one side give up arms and follow peaceful methods of doing business, the other will do the same..

    Since partition was unavoidable, he wished for harmony between two nations, and therefore he pushed government to give pakistan there share of 55 crores. Since that harmony was not established there is still a lot of disturbance between two nations. A lot many innocent people both hindus and muslims are being killed both sides.

    Godse and Gandhi, there ideology was same, National Peace, at any cost… but paths are different. Gandhi’s ideology was, give pakistan their share, so that they dont look at us again. Godse’s ideology was leader of pakistan is a traitor, dont listen to him. Afraid that none’s ideology was followed sincerely.

    Whatever Godse did was emotion driven. If ever he wanted to execute, his target should have been those who fought for individual seats, but not the one who fought for nation.

    Had Godse assasinated the other leader, Sardar Patel could have become the first PM of India. He was the person of values, so called Iron man of India, who played a much greater role in unifying India post independence, not like the other ‘dude’ for dividing India.

    I do also dream of unified and peaceful nation, but since till now i am a common man my dream doesn’t matter, but this will not be the case for long.

    comments welcomed…

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  • Deepak Janardhan Rao said:

    thank u “nathuram godse “sir. u did it 100 % Correct. bcz we are still facing Prob. u bron again in our hindustan and kill all who are against hindus and save our HINDUSTAN and our culture

    thanks

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  • srijesh kumar said:

    after63 years of gandhi,s assisnation i read this article and iam quite surprised that no one said that it should have been done.Reading the article i felt what Nathuram had done was quite right.Gandhi played with the imotions of indian people.Nathuram never killed any muslim as he knew the cost of a man,s life.He knew that there were options which could help gandhi not to divide the country. Gandhi felt himself above the nation and that his great mistake. That is why nathuram godse killed Gandhi.In my opinion he was the real hero.

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  • Arjun said:

    Could anyone please give me proof that it was Gandhi (and not Nehru) along with Jinna who did the partition. What I think is that Jinna wanted partition and Gandhiji has to agree seeing the situation. (he was also not agree earlier). I think like this by watching the movie.
    Please mail me the proof at arjun4084346@gmail.com
    Thank you in advance

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  • Rajeev Ranjan (author) said:

    @Arjun

    You are believing on a movie and asking for proof in a country where all informations and websites regarding Godse has been banned by the government. No one has proof of whatever written here is wrong either. if you want to do some research on your own then you can go through some links that i have provided on my website. If you get any link or information that all i have written is wrong then please let me know. Those are also welcome.

    Thanks for spending time on my site. Keep reading.

    Rajeev

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  • srijesh kumar said:

    Rajeev sir tell me if the ban over the articles of Nathuram is right or wrong.

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  • Rajeev Ranjan (author) said:

    @Srijesh…Why don’t you find out by yourself? There was site which had all the information about nathuram godse including his statement and evidences during trial. Look at the achieved site here
    http://web.archive.org/web/20071009012417/www.nathuramgodse.com/

    and then try to open http://www.nathuramgodse.com

    also use google on Banned book by nathuram godse…i am sure you will get your answer

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  • srijesh kumar said:

    Rajeev sir thank you a lot for adding our knowledge through your article. I have known very much about Nathuram godse and Gandhiji.

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  • Himanshu said:

    No body is above the Law . No body has the right to take the law in their own hands. Killing somebody and justifying it, is not the work of a sane person.It is a pity that so many young minds are reading this distorted version of Gandhi philosophy and believing it.Not only that but it is also developing murderous attitude in the innocent minds.Gandhiji was doing what God would have done. That is desiring for peace and giving a due share to all , irrespective of religion, cast or creed.

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  • ananth said:

    IF at all there is a communal violence happening between hindu and muslim, i totally blame gandhi for this cause.. he is the root of all the problems..

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  • Sumit Sood said:

    Gandhi ji started the work with the good intentions, but at the last stage of his life, he became stubborn like a child, to accomplish all his unreasonable demands. Everyone is greedy for either of two things i.e. Money or Fame. He hardly cared for Money, Fame is all he got. Though, he achieved it by becoming father of the nation, which no one can remove for ages, even if Godse is proved correct in his actions. He was not the solution to all the problems. His major mistakes of creating Pakistan & B’desh will be paid by several next generations.

    If he was visionary, he should had a greater vision.

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  • Vasudev said:

    no1 will probably read this its too far down but
    i need to say this
    NO ONE POINTS A FINGER AT THE BRITISH AT ALL
    THEY HAD IN THEIR POWER TO CUSION THE BLOW
    HAD THEY ANOUNCED THE LINE EARLIER AND LEFT
    THE COUNTRY AFTER THE PARTITION WAS SETTLED THERE WOULD HAVE BEEN
    LESS SLAUGHTER
    BUT NO THEY LEFT EARLIER THEN MENTIONED BECAUSE THEY JUST DIDDNT WANT TO GET THEIR FINGERS DIRTY CAME TO INDIA LOOTED IT AND LEFT US TO SELF SLAUGHTER ………..YET NO1 LEARNS TO RESPECT EVERYONE ELSE IN THE COUNTRY THERE IS STILL STUPID HATRED AND DIFFERENCE THAT WE INDULGE IN
    TSK TSK

    JAI HIND

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  • Rajeev Ranjan (author) said:

    @Vasudev…i really didn’t get what you are trying to say. can you please elaborate?

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  • sudarshan said:

    Mr….

    please read more on Gandhiji before reading godse….
    Some facts may be true, but your views looks like some cheap hindi news channel san-sani.

    You can find hundred thousands of Godse at any given period of time, but like Gandhiji never.

    READ GANDHJI, the more you read the more positive you will be towards him…

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  • Rajeev Ranjan (author) said:

    I don’t need to ask anyone for what i should read and what i shouldn’t. And i don’t find any necessity to read about Gandhi before reading about Godse. If you think Gandhi was great and all then go and write as much as you wish. Nobody is going to stop you.

    As far as hundred thousands of Godse is concerned…. give me one more example where a young person in 30′s has killed a 75+ year old man and surrender himself immediately after that.

    READ GODSE, the more you read the more positive you will be towards him…

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  • Rahul said:

    hello rajiv, i strongly disagree with the basis of this article..
    basically, its wrong to say that gandhi granted pakistan. evry human on planet earth has a will to self determination. no one, at the end of the day, can decide another’s fate. if muslims wanted it, they get it, thats all!
    secondly, there are a lot of ‘facts’ presented without citations..
    in this article, you have mentioned at several instances, that godse has seen the plight of hindus in the hands of muslims. if that is the case, he should favour living without them in his country. but why does he want india to be united? this shows his lack of thought and belies your stand that godse was learned and an eminent thinker.
    also, belittling the weapon called satyagraha, in my opinion, is a sin. i has taught the world, the art of winning without warring (recall einstein’s famous words). satyagraha had been central to india’s struggle for independence. other aggressive fighters like bose and bhagat singh were equally patriotic, but their means is not justified.
    lastly, blaming gandhi for being devisive is out of context. one one man, in the history of india, united the entire country like gandhi did. his name evoked repect. he was an epitome of secularism.

    ps: read gandhi, the more you read, the more you respect him!!!

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  • Rahul said:

    luv reading hugh kelly’s comment..
    n the one one on tendulkar n akram ind same team too..

    now here’s wat is trending on gandhi today..

    latest..

    http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_americans-owe-unfathomable-debt-of-gratitude-to-gandhiji-timothy-j-roemer_1446203

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  • atish sharma said:

    first of all i heartily thank the people involved in posting this article……….

    nathu ram godse truly did what was need of the hour……if we are today living in a powerful;democratic and just India a lot of credit goes to the martyr “GODSE”.
    he truly is an example of a righteous man and soundly justified “ram” in his name.

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  • scabbyj said:

    I would like u to watch some movies,which are told on Godse’s point of view:
    Nine Hours to Rama
    Hey Ram

    May be Godse was faithful in whatever he did.
    But,he went wrong.

    I d really want u to watch the films.

    MK Gandhi is the only Indian to become the Time ‘Person of the year’ from last 9 decades.
    He is the runner up for Time ‘Person of the Century’,along with Roosevolt,just behind Albert Einstien.

    Barack Obama,Nelson Mandela,Martin Luther King and many more are not idiots who got inspired by MK Gandhi’s principles.
    I appreciate ur response for the blog.

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  • scabbyj said:

    And what u said about being surrendered.
    Godse killed Gandhi in front of many people.
    There was no way,he can’t be caught.
    I appreciate Godse.
    But,he didn’t really see the situation from every direction.

    Martin Luther King truly said
    “Christ gave us the goal,and Gandhi gave us the tactics.”

    PS I m no christian

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  • scabbyj said:

    I m sorry,but this statement seems pretty pathetic:
    “give me one more example where a young person in 30′s has killed a 75+ year old man and surrender himself immediately after that.”

    I don’t understand,how you find such feat heroic.
    I mean,if some lunatic kills an old man,coz of whatever pathetic thing he has done,u find it heroic.
    Try to find to out more about the old man than about the lunatic

    Earlier I suggested u some movies on Godse’s point of view
    I d say,u better watch ,the 8 oscar awardee Gandhi

    I know this post will probably not be published.
    Its only to let u know

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  • Rajeev Ranjan (author) said:

    I have nowhere said that i find Godse’s action heroic. Neither godse did that to become a hero. Godse was not a fool. He was very well aware of the consequences of his surrender. Still a young person took the step of killing a old man who was going to die in few years anyway. There must be some urgency to kill Gandhi. I am just trying to find out the reasons behind that urgency.

    PS – I respect Gandhi as much as you do.

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  • Md Haris Siddique said:

    With respect to one and all i congratulate the author for doing research on Godse. It is always welcome to research as we can gain knowledge from it. and knowledge can only enlighten us. People have different perceptions about life. Gandhi had his and so had Godse. Having said that murder/voilence can neither be glorified nor can it be acceptable. I do believe the author is also not trying to do so. He is just putting forward facts with Godse’s pespective. Also the facts represent only one side of the coin and that influences the mind of the reader. In that sense the author is biased. But so is all history.

    From what little i know about Gandhiji, the ideals he followed had a universal appeal and therefore he has to be credited for unifying the whole nation for the goal of independence of India.

    Gandhijis actions were “His experiments with Truth” as revealed in his auto-biography. By experimenting & implementing with truth in our lives we can be more Gandhian than Gandhi himself.

    Gandhijis actions created unity and harmony. Sections of all religion (hindus & muslims included) & castes (both forwards and backwords) oppose Gandhiji for some reason or the other. Alas no one man can satisfy everyone.

    But a time will come and it will come in my lifetime, when religion, caste etc will cease to affect our political spectrum and we will be united in the true sense of the term as Gandhiji had wished.

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  • jai ram godse said:

    Godse did great work but it was too late bcoz if he did the assassinassion before the division of nation.

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  • sudarshan said:

    Gandhiji is now not a man, its as priciple, religon, its a way of living life.

    Satya , ahinsa

    Even one Indian religion is totally based on Ahinsa…Jainism

    Satya : The base of all religons….. the purpose of our lives…..

    One who cannot associate itself with Satya, ahinsa…. find it difficult to accept Gandhiji.

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  • manoj said:

    With all due respect however great Mr Gandhi would appear to be, he was never greater than our motherland,just because people follow you doesnt mean that you can divide the country and its fate at your own discretion. He should have left it to Nehru.As long as people like gandhi’s come to harm our country the motherland will keep on producing people like Godse.
    Remember what the Pitamaha Bhisma advised to king Yudhisthira after the Mahabharat war : “Never ever divide your country,slay the people who intend to divide the country for their own selfish motives, country is your mother never let your enemies take hold of this blessed land” -Reference>>Sri Mahabharatham, Bhishma Parvam, Tamil translation by T V Srinivasacharier, published by M V Ramanujacharier at Sri Mahabharatham press, Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu, India.
    The will of the Lord is Supreme and undeniable,Krishna, being the Supreme Lord has foreseen this, knowing past, present, and future as He alone can, and has thus arranged for date and time for Nathuram Godse to appear on that evening in front of Gandhi. Nathuram Godse was just a supporting role in the Divine’s film, but he ought to be nominated for having played his part well.
    Jai Hind.

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  • Aurorion said:

    I am amazed that so many “educated” people from India seem to be drawn to Godse these days. I find this article extremely biased, twisting a lot of facts and misinterpreting history.

    But instead of getting into all that – I just don’t have the time – I would like to say the following 2 things:-

    (1) He used a firearm to murder an unarmed 78-year old man by shooting from a close range. That makes him a spineless coward.

    (Oh yeah, he did “surrender” and all – big deal, but still he killed an unarmed old man.)

    (2) All his “logic” and “defence” of what he did (also this blog post, by the way) is full of religious bullshit. He was a religious zealot who was ready to kill someone for his religion. He talked about defending the rights of “Hindus” from “Muslims”, etc. Any person who thinks of people on religious labels, and are willing to kill based on such a worldview, is a religious fanatic and a lunatic in my opinion.

    And the same goes for this blog post. It was not just “Hindu” girls who were raped or “Hindu” men who were killed during the partition riots – it was people who believed in all kinds of men in the sky. Just because another person believes in a stupid irrational belief about a man in the sky that is different from your own stupid irrational belief does not mean that you think of everything in terms of “us” versus “them”, and try to justify every action taken in favor of “us” against “them”.

    Religions disgust me. And after reading posts like these, religious people do, too. Funny that even in the 21st century 90% of the world population believe in these things, and worse, 10% are willing to kill based on those beliefs.

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  • Harshwardhan said:

    : So guys according to him he says that if u can’t come first in the class then just KILL the topper or the person who comes First in the class???
    Is this a Correct Solution???

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  • Nayyar Hashmey said:

    The views expressed on these pages are rabidly anti Muslim, anti Pakistan and anti partition. I personally do believe that in th beginning the British favoured the idea of Pakistan to pressurize All india Congress, but later the Congress itself played into the hands of British by negating the Muslims of India their due rights in a United Indian subcontinent.
    Now Pakistan is a fact of life. New generations have come up and they understand India as a neighbourly land. Same is the case in India.
    To think of undoing is like reversing the history. This is simply not possible.
    What Godse did might appeal to Hindutva extremists of India but to kill a messenger of peace and brotherhood is like killing the very noble idea of brotherhood among peoples of different faiths. The Commentators who have opined here eulogizing Godse as a hero is nothing but a utopian desire amongst many Indians for an amalgamation of Pakistan, Bangladesh and smaller nations of South Asia into a greater Akhand Bharat. Such wishes do no good either to India or to Pakistan, for the people of Pakistan in spite of their wishes to have good neighbourly friendly relations with India can never ever reconcile to an India which undermines the nation state of Pakistan.
    India and Pakistan can propsper only as separate independent sovereign states. This is the very premise that can forge fraternal relations between the two. To think of partition as an error is a Hindutva concept of alienating not only Muslims of India but also strengthening the hard line elements in Pakistan which in no way is going to help the objective of amicable relations between India and Pakistan.

    Nayyar Hashmey
    http://wondersofpakistan.blogspot.com
    http://wondersofpakistan.wordpress.com

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  • swapnil said:

    nathuram ji ne jo kiya achha kiya…..kyoki angrej chale gaye par gandhi ji ko chod gaye Divide & Rule karane ke liye..

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  • peace said:

    partition was inevitable..jinnah the father of pakistan was the one who lead the hindu-muslim unity struggle..but there were riots and stuff and people wer killing each other..and partion was the only final way to put an end to riots..nathuram was not looking at the big picture.someone had to stand up and stop people killing each other..and gandhi could influence the people of india only after partition..therefore he fasted again to make the fights end..if nathuram saw this as him becoming against hindus, we can call that stupidity only..in your theories gandhi might not be the reason for independence..if gandhi wer not born, india would have still got independence..but gadhi happened and he fought against the british with his principles..his bravery and selflessness cannot be disregarded wotevr your theory..he saw the big picture and worked hard to keep india united and wen it was partitioned he again tried to maintain peace the way things wer..nathuram is an example of how terrorism occurs..nathuram is not a hindu..he was biased like all other terrorist..and he saw things only from his point of view..this is wot we have to avoid for a better future..stop arguing about the past and try working for unity and peace..

    i am no historian or journalist..i am just 18years old and i just expressed my opinion..i dnt say it is right or correct..but people ehre talk with very little knwledge and most of all common sense..

    @ nayyar hashmi – i respect your views.. all that we can do now is to build a better relation between our countries..

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  • Amrutha said:

    I think what Godse did makes sense. I support him. Gandhi has just been hyped in the Indian history. Its good to know about many unsung heros of our nation.

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  • Munshi Ji said:

    By his emotional blackmailing( or atyachar?) techniques Gandhi was able to secure Rs. 55 cr. for the Pakis, and invited trouble as well. But what about the money that Pakis were supposed to pay to India?

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Pakistan-still-owes-India-Rs-300-crore-as-pre-partition-debt/articleshow/4745392.cms

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  • Bhuwan Parolkar said:

    Nathuram Godseji did Right ….Being a Marathi I also appreciate his Effort to keep India one….Not Gandhi Who Broke India in pieces….Salute to Godse Sahab….

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  • SAUKALIN said:

    In a different setting Gandhi could well hv been tried for treason.
    Was just an instrument to hv been used by the self serving Congress leaders who after banishing The Leader “Netaji” fought amonst themselves for bigger portions of the pie.

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  • Kunal said:

    Gandhiji could sacrifice his country for his principles. He was steadfast in his principles.

    Godse was willing to sacrifice his principles for his country. Country was above everything for Godse.

    I won’t get into the argument of whether Gandhiji’s principles helped India in achieving freedom or not, but his principles were not very realistic after India achieved freedom. He was very stubborn, didn’t listen to others and tried to bend the cabinet to his will by blackmail. That is not how the country works. Nobody is above the country, not even your principles of non violence.

    Gandhiji and Godse both were great personalities..both of whom had some similar and different ideologies.

    Present day India is because Godse’s killing of Gandhiji. If Gandhi would have been alive, I cannot fathom what other things he would have achieved by blackmail.

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  • Jessica said:

    Although I have never been a keen follower of India’s Independence history or Gandhiji, this article has touched my heart. Truely grateful to Godse for what he has done. Just imagining if Godse hadn’t taken this step,where and what our counrty would have been till now. Morever imagine a road connection East and West Pakistan!

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  • mons said:

    i thnaks to GODSE wt he did for us….coz gandhi deserved for dis..
    although it ws too late bt GIDSE did a fantastic job…
    thanks GODSE…..

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  • Ashutosh said:

    Most of us were not born in 1948.
    Our views are based on the one sided information made available to us by press, schools & governments post 1948 & therefore cannot be unbiased & 100% fair.
    However, if we look the events/ information/ after effects objectively we would reach a conclusion that what ever happened was the best thing which was possible.

    With Great respect to both the great souls ( having different point of views)I have my opinion that if Mr.Gandhi were alive- power hungry ruling party at that time Nehru & company would have tarnished him further as he was becoming a burden for them too.

    It was a fight betweem 2 philosophies -like other events in the history of the world.The one which was becoming extreme & unfair to masses was removed, but it does not make him less greater.The one who did the act -was logical, had a clear reason & was aware of the consequence of his act- he did not run away, he faced & gave reasons -also expressed his respect to the other one even after killing him because he was also a great soul & deserves respect.

    The above are my personal views.

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  • Ashutosh said:

    One more thing- If we / our principles are directly affected by act / thought of some one -we take action some times difficult ones.
    After partition lacs of people were killed & thrown out from their homes & pushed towards India…based on the logic of Hindus be in India & Muslims be away from India.
    When they reached India- it was natural for them to be agitated to see the people for which a new country was created being protected by the government.Hindus were always treated below par by the government & insistance of paying Rs 55 cr to Pak who had already started war ( Pak army in disguise of Pathan attackers) added insult to injury.

    Gandhi’s idea ( of paying Rs 55cr) might have been impressive to the people who did not suffer personally or the western press / politicians but was an insult to Hindus & the lovers of the motherland india & to the people who had suffered atrocities by the community of the new country.

    what happened next was a natural reaction.

    I am sure that all those people who criticize Godse had different opinion if their mother, sisters, parents or brothers were the victims of the greatest crime comitted in 20th century- Partition of India.

    I have full respect for Mr.Gandhi as he was man of his values & stood for it.but in this case- he was little more biased, like the way he was for nehru ( v/s patel)against Hindus.

    He acted against the vary concept on which India was devided.
    Nehru did not learned the lession & repeated the similar behaviour towards China & lost major part of the Land.

    God bless us Indians !!

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  • Afif Amar Jaan said:

    Dear Rajeev,

    I’ll start with what i appreciate: ur effort in trying to pour light on the “other side of the coin”, in showing Godse’s motive.
    However, it is quite obvious that this article is not meant to put Gandhi in a a favorable light at all. It is biased, even if it is true that you respect Gandhi (I don’t doubt that you do, but your article certainly doesn’t betray such held respect, to say the least). I am a Hindu (a convert from the most unlikely of religions, Islam). Gandhiji has inspired me more than any other historical figure. He was a man of peace, and cared about humanity as a whole.
    I concur that he was not the greatest of politicians. But whatever his faults were, it was not his intention. He never wanted India to be partitioned. The demands for it were overwhelming, and he felt forced to submit. With the advent of the partition, he did what he thought was fair on the whole; his concern was human beings, and not merely hindu human beings. He was being true to his convictions, ever careful to act on the basis of Truth; that was his philosophy.
    I do agree that his ideals are disputable in the context of the current political situation that he was dealing with. But this does not mean he was an enemy to the nation or to Hinduism, in any manner, quite the contrary. He made some mistakes, because after all even a mahatma is still human. His flaws as a politician does not undermine his greatness as a man, a saint who inspired so many people, and whose teachings continue to enlighten and motivate people today.
    It isn’t too difficult to see that if people followed the great principles that Gandhi himself held fast to, the massacres would not have taken place. I realize that the world isn’t like that, but mahatma hoped that it would become that way. This doesn’t make him uncaring for his people, for he fought for them his whole life. Nor does it make him naive; only inspiring, for he drew an ideal, a divine ideal and painted it in the sky for everyone to model after. The only problem is that not everyone will; perhaps his gravest error was in over-estimating the capacity for justice and tolerance in the general people. But he nevertheless provided us with the perfect goal to be reached, and for that, his importance is insuperable.
    It is not Gandhi personally, nor his ideals that should come under attack; only how much (negative)impact some of his last few decisions had on his people (whom he had whole-heartedly strove to liberate and inspire)
    Gandhi’s loyalty to the nation is unquestionable; his ideals and principles unmatched. This paper, in shedding light on his murderer, does not do justice to the great figure of Gandhi, and moreover makes it seem as though violence is superior to peacefulness. I respect Godse as a loyal Hindu, and I can sympathize with his cause as such, especially since I myself love my religion, and respect the people under its banner. But I do not consider him a hero for what he did. Even if it’s true that he did the inevitable, and that it in fact helped the nation, the fact remains, that Gandhi was never the problem. The real problem, at the very root, was human nature, man’s ego in not wanting to tolerate one another’s differences. Such problems are beyond any one man, and neither Gandhi nor Godse can be held responsible for their subsequent disasterous effects on the Indian subcontinent. I Thank you for reading, and welcome any follow-up comments.

    Namaste

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  • isha said:

    Dear Rajeev,
    I am very impress with you artical.i am agree with nathu ran godses fainal stament.yes he is right.Partation happen because of Gandhi.Today we all rember Gandhi ,Nehru etc.but what about Naitaji shubhash chandre boss,bhgt singh,chandershkher ajad.they all desappeard .Nehru become chacha(uncle)of the nation and gandhi father of the nation.WHY?
    what about other freedom fighters?
    well thanks for providing important information about WHY GODSE KILLED GANDHI?
    with regards
    isha

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    SRIBATSHA PAHI Replied on:

    DEAR ISH,
    I LIKE YOUR STATEMENT. YES YOU ARE WRITE. WHY WE ARE FORGET NETAJI.

    WITH REGARDS
    SRIBATSHA.

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  • pramod said:

    NAMASTA Indians

    This is good if some real facts come in light and I support this article too but not Completely, because as i was not present on this DAY . Everything, all the disaster that was happen because of Britishers.

    But we know that Our History proved that we are only the indians where are the Great People in the whole world born . Our nature , culture and our thoughts are very good. I am not only talking about the great Kings(RAM JI AND KRISHNA) born in india even a commen man’s act beloved in hummanity . We (all Indians) worship our GOD and truly beloved in doing right things only .

    But when Britishers rule our country they killed our religion ,culture and finaly they divide Our country INDIA like a Davil , GHOST and RAKSASH . They were rule on us not because they are more intellegent but because Indians are innocent …………..

    There is one Great thing that come in my Mind that we all are talking about the Disaster during our Independence . But you know that what disaster happing now . The leaders of our country Should strictly
    stop all the west cultures after Independence …. But sadly it was not stopped and all we left our true culture and borrow everything from living lifestyle to judgement also from west (Britishers )

    Its my personal request to all Indians , that again Make Our Country GREAT AS IT WAS . In nature and culture also . Don’t borrow bad things from the west .

    And No matter if we digg the facts after 60 years of Independence ……

    DO HARD WORK AND SHOW TO WORLD THAT THEY NEVER KILLED INDIANS AFTER 100 YEARS OF RULE ALSO…….

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  • Venkatesh Sridhar said:

    Please provide us with documentary proof of Gandhi having ever said in any speech that he was going on a fast to give Pakistan 55 Crore rupees and I will believe you. This was what Nehru used to push the deal through even though he knew by law he was obligated to pay these 55 crore rupees.

    The 55 crores that you are talking was a part of the amount due to Pakistan as per the split of finances agreed to by all side – the Muslim League, The Brits and the Congress.

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  • Venkatesh Sridhar said:

    BTW, a good non-partisan reference is a book called Freedom at Midnight, for those of you who are interested in finding out the truth go here – http://www.uky.edu/~msumm2/empire/1947FreedmMidnt.pdf

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  • nivedita said:

    man!!i cannot believe a person comes up wid a blog n ppl just strt believin it without getting into d core of history…!!der r ppl who r evn sayin “i always disliked gandhi bt after readin dis blog i can justify it”!!!every murder justifies his reasons for his hieneous crimes…even terrorist say de r fytin for jihad wen de kill innocent ppl!!watever may b d reason v cannot justify takin someones life.moreover gandhiji never wanted india’s partition.he didnot evn celeberate india’s freedom. wen nehru n oder leaders wer celebratin freedom gandhiji was in bengal wer communal riots had broken tryin to help ppl!!all d more gandhiji had evn suggested jinna’s name for prime minister so dat faith of minorities cud b revived..n partion cud b avoided..if he was a manipulative hungry politician he wud hav taken a post in free democratic india bt he chose not to..he sidelined himself frm politics after independence..he cannot b blamed for india’s partition ..n for d ppl who think he was a congres man he had given up his membership in 1930s…the partition was a sad event in our history bt it didnot happen cos of one person..it was series of complex evnts which took place startin as early as 1920s ..so sayin gandhi did d partition or jinnah did it n blamin a single man for it is utter foolishness!!!

    ps.pls go thru history before formin any opinion.
    secondly,world considers india’s two biggest contribution to world as “buddhism” and “GANDHI”!!

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  • Rachna said:

    I liked your blog very much……….

    Thanks for all (if not detailed) the information that I had been looking for ever since I was a kid. I used to hear these facts when uncles and all used to chit chat in gatherings during wee hours, or during curfews and all etc.

    I would pass on this information to all my frends and mail members. Atleast they should also know the past. We all for a fact know that the history had been forwarded to us with lots of editings, manipulations and additions done for personal benefits.

    I am a hindu by birth, how i wish if all the religions in the world can admire each other and live in peace. religion is mere a torch, a light and path to that God whom we all want to connect in one or the other way. It should not be enforced upon each to follow rather should be a choice of which path to follow.

    I had read somewhere that wen a child is born in hindus, the parents take them to the temple, seek blessings from God for her/his welfare, the same way muslims murmer the prayers in the infants’s ears, christians baptise the child in teh church, sikhs take them to gurudwara for blessings etc. etc.. Somewhere or the other every child when born is taught to connect to God but in their own way. How do then these religion(s) become so intolerant of each other that they cannot withstand the other. Each religion shows peace and path to God.

    The path has been so manipulated and blood stained that forget about peace no one wants to know God. They forget that they are just a visitor or guest to this earth and have to go back, but still keep on doing this deadly deeds.

    And few of teh examples are in front of us from our history only. Well bygones are bygones but teh truth must be exposed by means of book, journals , media etc. Why is that in an Independent India , where we talk of fundamental rights of each citizen of India, the facts are hidden, books been banned.

    PS : @ Rajeev ,I enjoyed your blog a lot

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  • erw said:

    Love Live Godse
    Well Done Godse

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  • The truth said:

    Spend 5 more minutes researching on this topic and knowing the facts before arriving at a conclusion. The pure one-sidedness of this blog’s post and all the readers comments makes me worry about the fickleness of a human’s mind. Please get your history right before attempting to write on such a sensitive topic. Gandhiji never approved of the partition till the violence that ensued after Jinnah called for the Direct Action day(do read about it).Jinnah’s main accomplice,the then bengal chief minister who went on to become a prime minister of Pakistan…was the prime reason responsible for the whole violent scenario.It was a time when no hindu and muslim could possibly ‘live’ within ones arm’s reach.After such violence even Jesus would’ve accepted the partition for the greater good.
    And ya, you are right about the conflicting ideals of a force and the people.He wanted the money(50 crore) to be given to Pakistan because “he is like that”. His whole philosophy points that way.Heck, he even wanted the Jews to directly go under the butcher’s knife instead of running away from the Germans. He believed that such actions will lead to a change in the enemy’s mind. Love thy enemy, that’s what Jesus said,right?? How different is Gandhi’s ideology from that???Yet, when it comes to practical application,everyone fears to do the same.So did Nathuram Godse. He believed Gandhi would be a threat to the Indian community and killed him.Whether he’s right or wrong in his actions. No one can possibly know.Cause we wouldn’t have known what would’ve happened if Gandhi had’nt died and the amount was handed over to Pakistan.

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  • Rohan Pednekar said:

    Please stop blaming Gandhi for partition of India. Till last moment he was convincing Jinnah to step back from separate Pakistan. Why would Gandhi favour Muslim or even Hindu, as this man never had any religion. Religion is only for people like us, who could not understand the broad principles of humanity. What would you be if u r not hindu or muslim or christ or , I am human. Gandhi thought only in humanly manner. We killed Ram on 30th Jan 1948 and accepted Ravan-Rajya. Please stop this Hindu-Muslim non-sense now. Next generation will not forgive you for your deeds.

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  • Sumit Kakani said:

    I strongly support Nathuramji and his thoughts.
    He IS a great person and done right thing(Gandhi’s murder) at right time, because Gandhi was making HINDUSTAN hell..!!!
    He is not Father of My Nation but he is father of Pakistan.

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  • SAREM said:

    i completely disagree with u. i accept that some of gandhiji’s policies may not be correct but the point that u are saying that gandhiji was supporting pakistan is not true. Atrocities had been committed by folks on both side & saying that gandhi was protecting muslims is wrong. if he would have allowed the riots in delhi to take place then then the whole country would have been in bloodshed. i agree with u that he was no saint but u can not justify his assasination.

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  • Klaus said:

    Godse did what others had no courage doing: to silence a person who’d speak softly, but, unlikely the USA’s policy of carrying a big stick (the Monroe Doctrine), Gandhi carried great arguments that could only be understood by those who were equally developed in their thoughts. I think Gandhi successfully accomplished his mission in releasing India from the British, but he was not properly recognized for that. Let’s suppose Gandhi had died when he was only 1 year old. What would Godse, or everybody else have done, in case the UK was still ruling India? Would they try to kill the British? Well, trying to kill British soldiers if far more respectful, though not advisable, then killing an unarmed, 80-year-old man.

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  • Human said:

    I am not going to go into details, ’cause most of the history is known.

    Mahatma Gandhi was a good man, from the heart!!!! Unlike Godse, Savarkar, Jinnah, VallabhBhai Patel or Nehru. He simply wasnt promoting any sort of organization or political party. Each of the above mentioned people had vested interest of whatever the outcome may be, for that matter they’d influence, manupilate, or even kill.

    Mahatma Gandhi is the only true person who witheld the Indian Identity. Hence, he is on the banknote of our currency and more than that in the hearts of all indians.

    A prisoner who has been sentenced to death can only try and justify his actions so that he may be at least remembered as “the unsung hero”.

    Vinayak Savarkar and the RSS wanted Gandhi out so they could establish a stronger Hindu Political Party that could eventually rule the Indian Union to their whim. Not the democratic nation it now is.

    Jinnah wanted a seperate nation to be the un-touchable leader of a nation, rather than share his rule with anyone.

    Godse witnessed the ugly ground-level reality of the Partition, and retialted on the coaxing of RSS top rankers for their purpose. Godse was smart and educated, so they had to sow the seed with intelligent arguments. Which led Godse to kill the Father of the Nation, before he could even properly see India begin it’s new life.

    Nehru wanted to be what be eventually became, he did manupilate Gandhi for personal interests, but never to the extent to violence (or against the interest of India), his devotion even got him to agree with Gandhi and accept Jinnah as his counterpart, while he could simply ally with people like Savarkar and overthrow Jinnah or any Muslim contender, and still become PM of India.

    Gandhiji, as he should be addressed, and his followers did what Godse, Savarkar, and their followers (and the writer of this article) could never have done. Throw out the British!!! – With Non-Violence!!!!!

    Gandhiji was never against Hindus or Muslims. He knew that women were raped and children were killed, the religion of the victims can never be justified by the teachings of the perpetrators’ religion.

    Selfish politicians killed a saint and divided a nation, and similiar or worse are keeping the fire of hatred still burning.

    Fancy writings of a dead saint-murderer can never justify him. Godse killed Gandhi. Gandhi was right in his ideas, He wasn’t selfish!

    By the way, muslims also died and suffered in the struggle of independence, and also a part of India. How can we consider muslims as not humans, let alone Indians?

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  • Veda margam said:

    Sincere salutations for naturam godse, a real hero

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  • Chanderkant Sharma said:

    Good to that Nathuram godse, a real Hero but this is not enough that here we comment on the reading. when this knowledge reach to those people who is not in reach of technology era who will take the initative to spread the true history background to the 85% poor people whoe really required that i also request through if possible, also provide the data in HINDI which is “Our Matra Bhasa” i already spread much knowledge but some people require the matter in hindi

    Jai Hind Jai Bharat Vande Matram

    Aap lago raho Karva banne me waqt lagta hai
    ek din bharat sachhai jarur janega

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  • CHANDRABHAN said:

    15 अगस्त आजादी नहीं धोखा है, देश का समझौता है , शासन नहीं शासक बदला है, गोरा नहीं अब काला है 15 अगस्त 1947 को देश आजाद नहीं हुआ तो हर वर्ष क्यों ख़ुशी मनाई जाती है ? क्यों भारतवासियों के साथ भद्दा मजाक …किया जा रहा है l इस सन्दर्भ में निम्नलिखित तथ्यों को जानें …. : 1. भारत को सत्ता हस्तांतरण 14…-15 अगस्त 1947 को गुप्त दस्तावेज के तहत, जो की 1999 तक प्रकाश में नहीं आने थे (50 वर्षों तक ) l 2. भारत सरकार का संविधान के महत्वपूर्ण अनुच्छेदों में संशोधन करने का अधिकार नहीं है l 3. संविधान के अनुच्छेद 348 के अंतर्गत उच्चतम न्यायलय, उच्च न्यायलय तथा संसद की कार्यवाही अपनी राष्ट्रभाषा हिंदी में होने के बजाय अंग्रेजी भाषा में होगी l 4. अप्रैल 1947 में लन्दन में उपनिवेश देश के प्रधानमंत्री अथवा अधिकारी उपस्थित हुए, यहाँ के घोषणा पात्र के खंड 3 में भारत वर्ष की इस इच्छा को निश्चयात्मक रूप में बताया है की वह … क ) ज्यों का त्यों ब्रिटिश का राज समूह सदस्य बना रहेगा तथा ख ) ब्रिटिश राष्ट्र समूह के देशों के स्वेच्छापूर्ण मिलाप का ब्रिटिश सम्राट को चिन्ह (प्रतीक) समझेगा, जिनमे शामिल हैं ….. (इंग्लैंड, कनाडा, ऑस्ट्रेलिया, न्यूज़ीलैण्ड, दक्षिण अफ्रीका, पाकिस्तान, श्री लंका) … तथा ग ) सम्राट को ब्रिटिश समूह का अध्यक्ष स्वीकार करेगा l 5. भारत की विदेश नीति तथा अर्थ नीति, भारत के ब्रिटिश का उपनिवेश होने के कारण स्वतंत्र नहीं है अर्थात उन्हीं के अधीन है l 6. नौ-सेना के जहाज़ों पर आज भी तथाकथित भारतीय राष्ट्रीय ध्वज नहीं है l 7. जन गन मन अधिनायक जय हे … हमारा राष्ट्र-गान नहीं है, अपितु जार्ज पंचम के भारत आगमन पर उसके स्वागत में गाया गया गान है, उपनिवेशिक प्रथाओं के कारण दबाव में इसी गीत को राष्ट्र-गान बना दिया गया … जो की हमारी गुलामी का प्रतीक है l 8. सन 1948 में बने बर्तानिया कानून के अंतर्गत भाग 1 (1) 1948 के बर्तानिया के कानून के अनुसार हर भारतवासी बर्तानिया की रियाया है और यह कानून भारत के गणराज्य प्राप्त कर लेने के पश्चात भी लागू है l 9. यदि 15 अगस्त 1947 को भारत स्वतंत्र हुआ तो प्रथम गवर्नर जनरल माउन्ट-बेटन को क्यों बनाया गया ?? 10. 22 जून 1948 को भारत के दुसरे गवर्नर के रूप में चक्रवर्ती राजगोपालचारी ने निम्न शपथ ली l “मैं चक्रवर्ती राजगोपालचारी यथाविधि यह शपथ लेता हूँ की मैं सम्राट जार्ज षष्ठ और उनके वंशधर और उत्तराधिकारी के प्रति कानून के मुताबिक विश्वास के साथ वफादारी निभाऊंगा, एवं मैं चक्रवर्ती राजगोपालचारी यह शपथ लेता हूँ की मैं गवर्नर जनरल के पद पर होते हुए सम्राट जार्ज षष्ठ और उनके वंशधर और उत्तराधिकारी की यथावत सव्वा करूँगा l ” 11. 14 अगस्त 1947 को भारतीय स्वतन्त्रता विधि से भारत के दो उपनिवेश बनाए गए जिन्हें ब्रिटिश Common-Wealth की … धारा नं. 9 (1) – (2) – (3) तथा धारा नं. 8 (1) – (2) धारा नं. 339 (1) धारा नं. 362 (1) – (3) – (5) G – 18 के अनुच्छेद 576 और 7 के अंतर्गत …. इन उपरोक्त कानूनों को तोडना या भंग करना भारत सरकार की सीमाशक्ति से बाहर की बात है तथा प्रत्येक भारतीय नागरिक इन धाराओं के अनुसार ब्रिटिश नागरिक अर्थात गोरी सन्तान है l 12. भारतीय संविधान की व्याख्या अनुच्छेद 147 के अनुसार गवर्नमेंट ऑफ़ इंडिया एक्ट 1935 तथा indian independence act 1947 के अधीन ही की जा सकती है … यह एक्ट ब्रिटिश सरकार ने लागू किये l 13. भारत सरकार के संविधान के अनुच्छेद नं. 366, 371, 372 एवं 392 को बदलने या रद्द करने की क्षमता भारत सरकार को नहीं है l 14. भारत सरकार के पास ऐसे ठोस प्रमाण अभी तक नहीं हैं, जिनसे नेताजी की वायुयान दुर्घटना में मृत्यु साबित होती है l इसके उपरान्त मोहनदास गांधी, जवाहरलाल नेहरू, मोहम्मद अली जिन्ना और मौलाना अबुल कलाम आजाद ने ब्रिटिश न्यायाधीश के साथ यह समझौता किया कि अगर नेताजी ने भारत में प्रवेश किया, तो वह गिरफ्तार ककर ब्रिटिश हुकूमत को सौंप दिया जाएगाl बाद में ब्रिटिश सरकार के कार्यकाल के दौरान उन सभी राष्ट्रभक्तों की गिरफ्तारी और सुपुर्दगी पर मुहर लगाईं गई जिनको ब्रिटिश सरकार पकड़ नहीं पाई थी l 15. डंकल व् गैट, साम्राज्यवाद को भारत में पीछे के दरवाजों से लाने का सुलभ रास्ता बनाया है ताकि भारत की सत्ता फिर से इनके हाथों में आसानी से सौंपी जा सके l उपरोक्त तथ्यों से यह स्पष्ट होता है की सम्पूर्ण भारतीय जनमानस को आज तक एक धोखे में ही रखा गया है, तथाकथित नेहरु गाँधी परिवार इस सच्चाई से पूर्ण रूप से अवगत थे परन्तु सत्तालोलुभ पृवृत्ति के चलते आज तक उन्होंने भारत की जनता को अँधेरे में रखा और विश्वासघात करने में पूर्ण रूप से सफल हुए l सवाल उठता है कि … यह भारतीय थे या …. काले अंग्रेज ? नहीं स्वतंत्र अब तक हम, हमे स्वतंत्र होना है कुछ झूठे देशभक्तों ने, किये जो पाप, धोना है सरदार भगत सिंह कि मृत्यु के पीछे अंग्रेजों के कानूनों के बहाने गुंडागर्दी एवं क्रूरता के राज्य का पर्दाफाश करना एवं भारत के नौजवानों को भारत कि पीड़ा के प्रति जागृत करना उद्देश था l राजीव दीक्षित कि शहादत भी षड्यंत्रकारी प्रतीत होती है, SEZ , परमाणु संधि, विदेशी बाजारों के षड्यंत्र … आदि योजनाओं एवं कानूनी मकडजाल में फंसे भारत को जागृत करने तथा नवयुवकों को इन कार्यों के लिए आगे लाने के कारण l यदि भगत सिंह और राजीव दीक्षित और समय तक जीवित रहते तो परिवर्तन और रहस्यों कि परत और खुल सकती थी l भारत इतना गरीब देश है कि 100000,0000000 (1 लाख करोड़) के रोज रोज नए नए घोटाले होते हैं…. ? क्या गरीब देश भारत से साड़ी दुनिया के लुटेरे व्यापार के नाम पर 20 लाख करोड़ रूपये प्रतिवर्ष ले जा सकते हैं ? विदेशी बेंकों में जमा धन कितना हो सकता है ? एक अनुमान के तहत 280 लाख करोड़ कहा जाता है ? पर यह सिर्फ SWISS बेंकों के कुछ बेंकों कि ही report है … समस्त बेंकों कि नहीं, इसके अलावा दुनिया भर के और भी देशों में काला धन जमा करके रखा हुआ है ? भारत के युवकों, अपनी संस्कृति को पहचानो, जिसमे शास्त्र और शस्त्र दोनों कि शिक्षा दी जाती थी l आज तुम्हारे पास न शास्त्र हैं न शस्त्र हैं .. क्यों ?? क्या कारण हो सकते हैं ?? भारत गरीब नहीं है … भारत सोने कि चिड़िया था … है … और सदैव रहेगा l तुम्हें तुम्हारे नेता, पत्रकार और प्रशासक झूठ पढ़ाते रहे हैं l वो इतिहास पढ़ा है तुमने जो नेहरु के प्रधानमंत्री निवास में 75 दिनों तक अलीगढ मुस्लिम विश्वविद्यालय और अंग्रेजों के निर्देशों पर बनाया गया l जिसमे प्राचीन शिव मन्दिर तेजो महालय को ताज महल, ध्रुव स्तम्भ को क़ुतुब मीनार और शिव मन्दिर को जामा मस्जिद ही पढ़ाया जाता है l सारे यूरोप – अमेरिका के लिए लूट का केंद्र बने भारत को गुलामी कि जंजीरों से मुक्त करवाने हेतु आगे आओ l उठो…. सत्य और धर्म की संस्थापना कि हुंकार तो भरो एक बार, विश्व के सभी देशों कि बोद्धिक संपदा बने भारत l जय जय भारत जय हो

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  • Swatantra said:

    inqulaab zidabad ka naara kisne lagaya . bhartiyo ne yaa phir ……….. hindu muslim shikh eesai aapas mein hai.?

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  • rony said:

    hats offs Mr.Nathuramji…u r the legend…u hav a vry good thng…gandhi has got wt he deserved….

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  • Bhushan said:

    Hi Just few questions that came in my mind while I was reading it….

    1) It was mentioned above that Hindu people were killed, murdered that provoked Nathuram Godse… Were the casualties for Muslims less? Was it really Muslims who started all this?
    And if some Muslims started it was it really correct to retaliate and convert it into a massacre?

    2) Are you sure Gandhi would have said yes to the road proposed? Or people just assume and start killing people?

    3) You quote the incidence of family losing a child…. Gandhi always believe in non – voilence and sticked to that policy till he died…

    Similar kind of incidences must have happend in past(pre- independence) when he ran several non-voilent movements… But we din’t accuse him that time as we saw the bigger picture that it brought the nation together… Why was he right then and wrong now… As the fruits it bore were late?

    4) You talk about giving the new nation 55 crore… Were these not the same people who fought for freedom of the country with us?? So just because Jinnah wanted separate country,you leave these innocent people to perish??? And same Nathuram Godse would have been happy giving 55 crores for development of this land if the country was not divided….

    5) Why did Gandhiji support partition? He was not politicain as suggested by Nathuram Godse… There must have been some reason…. what was it? I am sure according to you Gandhi was a big conspirator who was with British and wanted Divide and Rule policy so he could rule both countries….

    6) Every where Nathuram says that he din’t want 2 parts of his country… But more I read I believe he was really upset due to the casulties that took place and not the “divide”…
    If we din’t give them that part as nation would the massacre stop and casualties would have been less???? thats the real question I want to pose to people who say that Gandhi was responsible for it….

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  • ajay said:

    @ the gandhi supporting people… This is not the only time he showed his cowardness… he accepted all terms of british irrespective of all sacrifices… remeber nothing was negotiated for Bhagat singh,sukhdev & rajguru and they were hanged to death…..even Subhash Bose wasnt of the opinion of Gandhi….

    Instead of sticking to One Nation why did Gandhi encourage on getting country divided???? Lord Mountbatten was doing all negotiation terms then why did gandhi did agree at first place…..

    BTW for all you people I just wana say its not Gandhi who gave you freedom , its Germany related indirectly. In WWII england became weak to hold off all their acquired subcontinents…..

    England had no choice then to relieve all countries

    He did use non-violence as his weapon but he is responsible for all these violent deeds.
    If gandhi was write always why were all docs and evidence for Godse hidden???? ……..Point to think

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  • Sarfaraz Ali said:

    I think we all dont know the actual truth.
    This theory is as equivalent to the theory presented by Indian government of condemning Godse.
    We dont know which theory is correct, we try to grasp the one that meet our tenets of life.

    Love of ghandhi towards Muslim was love of equality. Jinnah might have pressurized Ghandhi who in turn have given such permission for partition.

    From Ghandhi’s point of view: I think that he thought that let the partition happen as not doing so can cause a ever bitter relation between hindu and muslim , as they going to fight forever if remained under one nation.As both differ in their perception of religion.

    Other than this I dont think that any other thinking or benefit ghandhi could have from partition.Which in utnr resulted for what he didnot expected for.

    True,giving pakistan any money doesnot make sense as they were given their land. Ghandhi was accepting this as he thought it might improve hindu muslim Unity. But as per me it was not a good thought rather a fear from saying no to muslim demands.

    I can feel the pain(if the event what godse described is true) but same way happend to muslims.

    So its totally confused puzzle with very complex nature, we can only guess which can be truth but can never know the actual truth.

    I have a appeal form every Hindu and mulim brother>>”Dont go what history has said , make your own history . Who cried for history have been buried in history, who dared to change it are still alive in term of their theories. We are young Indians lets Unite and show our dead ancestor we are one”.

    Since small my dad taught me hindu are bad and I m sure as confirmed by my hindu friend that his dad taught him against Muslims.

    But let me tell you when earthquake cam in bhuj in Gujrat , did the helping hand thought that whom is he saving, he saved hindu mulim sikh isai. And that the true relgion of hummanity. Unite India else we going to face hard time.

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  • Barun Kumar said:

    Hatts off to you bhai jaan!
    But Gandhi was really a traitor of India and humanity!
    He was hell jealous and played a kingpin role in Bhagat Singh hanging!
    He played with the sentiment of all fellow countrymen by taking back the Non-Co-Operation!
    I hate him!

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  • NOORISMAIL said:

    In my point of view,both,father of our Nation “MAHATMA GANDHI” and GODSE were sacrificed their life for our future INDIA. Without Gandhi we could not even imagine about our INDIA’s INDEPENDENCE and Godse also did everything for our hindus.GODSE just not wanted to seperate muslim and hindu. He did not like killing innocent hindus in his region. It is only because of him, HINDUS are now surviving in independent india. so we have to SALUTE BOTH.

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  • Amrit said:

    Friends,
    We have not seen those horrible days of partition,,houses being burnt,, Hindu n Sikh women as well as small girls being brutally gang-raped.Stripped naked on the Pakistani streets.And hell lot of other things we can,t describe.
    A whole culture n society was partitioned not just land boundaries…all in the name of a so called”political solution”.
    Guys if this kind of barbarian act is justified….then the assassination of”Gandhi”is also justified.

    hats off to “nathuram”he was a true Indian….
    I strongly believe he did a great thing….heroic n commendable i must say.

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  • Ken said:

    History has a way with things, heroes turned to villains, and villains turned to heroes. I’m Filipino, and I believe we share a common history with Indians, being colonized by a European power and having/had Muslim separatists.

    I believe that Godse killed Gandhi not because of fanaticism, thinking Gandhi will cause Hindus more pain if he agrees to what Jinnah demands. On my opinion though, Godse did not exhaust whatever means was available to him. Gandhi’s actions DID stir the Indian people (Sikhs,Hindus,Muslims) to rise against their suffering. He did not foresee that the power of governing the Indians as a whole would result in factions. As someone pointed out before, would a whole nation stop the murders from happening? It’s also a big question to me, since on our end, the Muslims insurgents are mad at our government as a whole with the murders on their end, the misrepresentation in governance which results in poor funding of the Muslim south and their suffering. Call me ignorant for I don’t know the exact details, but how would the Muslims justify gang raping women of a different religious background? You can justify killing, possibly as revenge, but not rape since it is purely selfish. I hope I am wrong, but as I see it the murders started off as pillaging spree (by the ones who started it) since there are no perceivable threat to suppress them. Couldn’t Godse have targeted whoever was responsible for stirring up the chaos and gave them the bullet instead?

    My final point is this: Gandhi is not only known in India but the rest of the world as well. His ideas are one that you can basically apply it to any oppressed minority regardless of race and it still applies, but has a big risk of failure especially when you’re up against someone like Idi Amin or Hitler. Godse’s idea, on the other hand, is the brave move you would use against these types, but not on people you can reason with. Either way, India owes a lot to these two.

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  • srikanth said:

    what is need for mahatma to do these things for country?
    did he got any money or any of his family members got posts in indian national congress…or any cabinet ministry?
    what did mahatma expected from india?
    can anybody answer these questions plz..

    one example for gandiyism…
    after independence there are many naxcellites and unions who proceeded through violance…did any of them get succedded to bring lockpal for contlolling correption in india?

    gandisym made it possible in the name of anna hazare nonviolance movement
    this example is enough for remainding the great father of nation

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  • When Pakistan was a Respected Non-Begger country - Page 2 said:

    [...] is practiced in madarsas only.. at least show some spine in dealing with the truth and accept it. Why Godse Killed Gandhi??? | Rajeev Ranjan FAQs – 55 Crores To Pakistan give it a go.. after all we r not the ones running a thread like 'we [...]

  • Vikas said:

    The above is a youtube link to N.R.Godse’s final speech in court.
    It is not the complete speech but select passages.
    I only wish Godse would have taken the lives of the Nehrus too. India’s situation would have been so much better.

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  • Sankar said:

    I am not saying that “Godse was 100% right or wrong or Gandhiji never did great mistake”.If two brother’s in a family will fight and the situation will be out of control,then what a father can do at max.The same thing happend to gandhiji who was acting as the prime leader of India.I am not very sure,but i think,his believe was like if they became separate then the fighting will stop.And hence he did that.By getting 55 Crore ruppes what Pakistan did that nobody knew(If our parents will give some money for good purpose and we just mis utilize that money suppose.Here do u think father is 100% wrong).So what Gandhiji could have done.

    Can someone suggest,what you can do if you are in this position.Can you make PM either of one and keep silent to other one?

    Sankar

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  • sundararajan said:

    A debauch like Nehru, or a sadistic, megalomaniac like Gandhi who down to his very bone, remained the lover of British, had no temerity to lead the nation. He preached ahimsa only to the Hindus, and when it came to Muslim, almost patently (just as is the case today), he made it first and foremost the duty the Hindus to pacify Muslims, even after millions of Hindus were raped, maimed, burned, and killed, in what is now Pakistan and deposited in bogeys after bogeys after train coaches to arrive in India. A man, in the real sense of the word, Vallab Bhai Patel, was the only leader, who had the will and strength that befits the leader, who did not fall prey to the British-Muslim-New Delhi party-circuit, poetry-reciting, cigar-loving, ‘bloody indies’ politics. Funny he had to be awarded Bharat Ratna after Rajiv Gandhi, after Rajiv Gandhi, you believe it. Statistics says, out of the 15,000 odd riots that have occurred so far, only 20 or so were actually started by Hindus. Hindusim cannot be hijacked by a pseudo like who remained the lover of British till the last day; British showed ‘ahimsa’ only to Gandhi, not to the thirty crore Hindus who stood behind him; they were taken care alright,’just like they did in Jalianwal Bagh.’ Muslims and Chritisians were busy giving handjobs to Jinnah and Baton, and presided over the killing of Hindus with a big smile; afterall, we Hindus are kafirs, infidels, it is only right according to Nabhi that we should be killed. Even Kasturba hated Gandhi, you know that; his very son despised him. Now, what kind of a man is that.

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  • aaryan said:

    we solute nathuram,,,the real hero ”’jai hind

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  • satya said:

    gandhi ne free me wahwahi loot li…………aur aaj bhi usike naam se desh chal raha hai……….us samay ka sabse chalak aadmi tha

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  • Tarun said:

    Hi Everyone…

    I have read through the responses above and found mixed feelings from various people.

    I understand throwing out Gandhi from the well shaped brain is not that easy. We have studied about him since childhood and why we should not learn about him? The reason is:

    1. He was soul of peace, respected Internationally
    2. Freedom Fighter turned Father of Nation

    Well! I would definitely respect him as when you speak a lie 100 times – it turned to truth!… The facts are something else (you can visit my site http://gandhinfreedom.blogspot.com/ to get into the details). Brief is here:

    1. Soul of Peace: Yes, he was but that was the British who promoted him for the same. British were scared of the KRANTI started in India and they were looking for someone who can cover that with something else and that was Gandhi’s Satyagraha. Who will not want peace of mind but when it comes to freedom, we have to raise our voice. Terrorism is pain for long all over the world and peace is something need to be spread.
    2. Freedom Fighter: He did, he fought but for himself and Congress. To make a position. British were planning something else until late 1930s… they built today’s Sansad, Rastrapati Bhawan, India Gate blah blah… For the people of India?? If yes then stop saying any other Joke! British were shifting their capital to New Delhi – a land full of treasures. Rani was supposed to be living there!

    It was Hitler who was a threat to British in England, Netaji and Japanies in India… Russian’s and Italians were against British and joint hands with Netaji. So instead loosing England in the hands of Hitler, they decided to go back and save their country first. No Gandhi was the reason!!! Its stated in the British history itself… Read my blog!

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  • ahinsa said:

    Dear all,

    What ever happened was part of a controversy behind the scenes before the world war 2, gandhi might be a saint but not a true leader ashe is the major reason of partition….

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  • Sudhakar Katragadda said:

    I like godse. Mahathma Gandhi is stupid fellow. Why do we lose our hindu sisters nad Hindu Borhters ?

    Amar rahe Nathu Ram Godse.

    Sudhakar. Katragadda

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  • Siddhesh said:

    Although killing is not justified, but if Father of our nation had lost dear ones during partition he would not have done what he did.

    With no disrespect meant towards him or any religion, the brutality of partition was started by Pakistanis. Atleast the man on our Rupee notes should have not supported giving any money to Pakistan. Also with that said Nathuram Godse’s point of view cannot be ignored even if assassination was a bad thing and is still condemned even today.

    And the argument cannot rest when both side (Gandhi) and (Nathuram) stood for their right.

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  • rohan said:

    hats off Mr.Nathuram Godse ,,what ever he has is done..is vry correct….Gandhi was dancing on muslims tunes….he deserved dis…
    amar rahey Nathuram ji…

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  • Akash Sagar said:

    Just like Nathuram Vinayak Godse, most of the writers here don’t have the ability to think clearly. Gandhi was finally presented with two evils, due to Jinnah’s stubbornness and British decision. He chose the lesser evil – partition. The greater evil would have been putting up with British rule indefinitely.

    It would have been the best possible result if the state of Jammu and Kashmir was also given to Pakistan as it is a Muslim majority state and a headache for India. The Muslims of present Bangladesh and and the erstwhile state of Hyderabad could have migrated to this area which was earlier called West Pakistan. It would have been an ideal solution as all the Muslims would have been living outside the territory of India.

    But today 15 percent of Indian Muslim population is a buffer which stands between Hindus on the one side and Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, Christians, Adivasis, Dalits, Tribals, SCs/ STs/ OBCs etc., on the other side. A Hindu majority rule would have become intolerable for the minorities.

    Thankfully, the Constitution of India is secular, protecting our freedoms and rights. Our founding fathers operated in some tough historical circumstances. But the choices they made were well thought through and their every decision was made with great foresight. One good example, is the linguistic division of states.

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  • Sai said:

    I don’t have anything to gain by favoring one over the other. But here is my analysis:
    From our childhood we have been taught that Gandhi was a super hero, saint, father of nation and without his sacrifices independence of India would not have been possible. And he was against the Britishers and all that stuff …. I have no problem in believing this until my logical sets in and this whole picture of “BAPU” “JI” just does not add up with the actual events:

    1) Any one who was “Real” danger to Britishers was eliminated [Subhash Chandar Bose (MI6 killed him), Bhagat Singh (Hanged), Chandar Shekhar Azad (Killed) and list goes on and on . Britishers did not eliminate him.So was he not a “Real” threat or worse was working for Britishers ? They just put him in jail couple of times. Do you think “Empire” would not have eliminated him if he was a danger to these guys ?

    2) Well known fact about his sexual behavior. So not sure how a “saintly” and married person can mate openly with girls half his age and still retain “Mahatma” title where as if some one else does that is “pervert” in society.

    3) Biggest of all – For all our freedom fighters he asked for non violence and then he actively recruited soldiers for British Army in World War. This to me is biggest RED FLAG. This guy believed in non violence as long as it hurts interest of British Empire. As soon as Empire was in danger,suddenly violence was morally acceptable to him?

    4)Even if we say that he was a visionary and greatest Indian Leader (“Bapu”) as portrayed to us from childhood. I think he failed MISERABLY as a leader of country for following reasons:
    a) His “Non Violence” movement ran for decades and still was not able to deliver independence. 1947 Britishers left India purely due to economical reasons. They have looted this country enough for 200+ years and now running cost of empire was more then the economic output with them being indulged in WW2 and other wars. Just as any business running was not PROFITABLE

    b) He was not able to foresee (which a leader should be capable of) how this partition will hamper the progress of India for Decades and failed to stop the partition.

    Conclusion:
    There are many more points which goes against the image of Mr Gandhi. But in conclusion it seems like either he was a “Failed” leader who failed to deliver independence or worse was working as Britishers Agent to keep the society divided and stop the support of Hard Liners.
    For Mr Godse: I think it is a real hard decision for any individual to kill a high profile person and knowingly that he is going to be portrayed as tainted person in history and going to end up loosing his life. Hard decision. I think he must have some valid reasons to do that.

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  • SHEKHAR said:

    THANK YOU NATHURAM GODSE JI FOR GIVING US FREEDOM FROM A MANIAC WHO HAD NO LOGIC IN HIS PRINCIPLES AND BELIEFS

    THANK YOU FOR PREVENTING THAT MANIAC TO DESTROY MORE THINGS IN INDIA

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  • SHEKHAR said:

    MAY SOUL OF NATHURAM JI REST IN PEACE IN HEAVEN AND SOUL OF GANDHI BURNING IN HELL WHICH WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR MILLIONS OF DEATHS DURING PARTITION

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  • Ali said:

    I am not a historian nor a great researcher on this subject. But this article defied my logic on how such a man respected all over the world could have done such cruel things. What also defied my logic why Godse (who by the way had nothing against Gandhi as a person) decided to assassinate him rather than people like Jinnah who actually was behind the idea of partition.

    So logically somewhere the info/fact has been distroted and after some research i could find much evidence/proof on at least some of the facts. For example Gandhi never fasted for giving that 55 Crore to Pakistan (which was actually part of the agreement during the partition).
    http://www.internationalpeaceandconflict.org/profiles/blogs/the-facts-of-55-crores-and-mahatma-gandhi?xg_source=activity#.Uj1sTYbdeLQ

    I am not being a judge here, but I feel our generation has become haters and faithless. There is so much negativity and we readily accept distroted info such as these. We have to be critical about articles like this and do sufficient research before concluding anything.If in doubt we must look into authentic works of historians and seek out the truth. Books could be a better place to find accurate facts than the internet.

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  • Dr. ullas saxena said:

    I KNOW THAT GANDHI WAS WITH JINNA IN FAVOUR OF MAKING PAKISTAN.
    HE GAVE PAKISTAN 55 CRORES.
    HE SHOULD HAVE GIVEN IT TO INDIAN REFUGEES.
    HE WAS A SELFISH MAN.
    STILL FATHER OF OUR NATION.
    BULL SHIT.
    SHAME ON US.
    BHAGAT SINGH MUST BE.
    HE WAS A REAL WARRIOR. AND HE IS CALLED TERRORIST.
    WHY?

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