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Gandhi@150

Gandhi@150: The Man Who Saw Mahatma’s Fangs

Gandhi and Ambedkar were antagonists on issues so key to who they were that bridging the divide remains impossible, writes Aakash Singh Rathore

Gandhi@150: The Man Who Saw Mahatma’s Fangs
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Gandhi@150: The Man Who Saw Mahatma’s Fangs
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2019-09-27T16:41:21+05:30

“I know Gandhi better than his disciples.
They came to him as devotees and saw only the Mahatma.
I was an opponent, and I saw the bare man in him.
He showed me his fangs.”

—Dr B.R. Ambedkar, 1955

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