Those that killed your body / Are dead in the soul. // They are the leaves that fall, / You the trunk, the root, the soil.
In a series of artworks, an artist depicts the meaning of Gandhi's assassination.
Playwright Anupama Chandrasekhar has attempted to touch upon a tragic episode in modern India — a story of division and hatred that has its roots in colonialism.
A series of sculptures by artist Debanjan Roy peels back a layer on the appropriation of Gandhi by polarising forces while 'humanising someone who loved humanity'.