Indian Freedom Struggle to Shot Dead
Right after returning back from South Africa, he was in the thick of the fight against British for independence. The “Satyagrah” for the rights of Indians, against the harsh cruelties by British, his non-violent fight set the tone which landmarked the day till India got its independence in 1947. In 1948, a sad evening on 30 January 1948, Gandhiji with his grandnieces was on his way to address a prayer meeting walking in the garden of the then Birla House, now Gandhi Smriti, when Nathuram Godse, fired three bullets into his chest from a pistol at close range. He breathed his last breath leaving for heavenly abode.
The cards are specially designed and has captured the essence of each incident of this period.
There are 92 cards depicting the turn of events – right from his exceptional approach of the struggle for independence for India to his untimely death.