Photographs

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Mansukh Patel (Life Foundation) and Peter Rühe at Berlin, 2000.

Peter Rühe (back centre) as adviser to ORF (Austrian TV) for a TV program on Gandhi, Mirabehn, the Chipko movement, and ecology in the Himalaya region (Bäume umarmen - Hugging Trees). Left (blue shirt): Herbert Tichy (author), centre: Götz Hagmüller (director) Right: Swami Chitanand Sarawati (Devine Life Society). This scene shows the distribution of Miraben’s ashes into river Ganges, Hardwar, 1985.

Peter Rühe and spinning instructor Mangaldas on the terrace of Gandhi’s house at Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad, 1986.

Peter Rühe and spinning instructor Mangaldas on the terrace of Gandhi’s house at Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad, 1986.

Peter Rühe and C.N. Patel, editor of the Gujarati edition of the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi, Ahmedabad, 1986.

Peter Rühe and his mentor, Gandhi’s grand nephew, Prabhudasbhai Gandhi, Rajkot, 1986.

M.F. Hussain and Peter Rühe in front of Hussain’s Gandhi painting, Berlin, 2000.

Peter Rühe and sarvodaya worker Balubhai Goda during GandhiServe’s Gujarat Earthquake Relief campaign, Mahendrapur/Gujarat, 2001.

Peter Rühe with a surviving victim of the Gujarat Earthquake, Mahendrapur/Gujarat, 2001.

Peter Rühe during a padyatra (footmarch) in the Himalaya region lead by Sunderlal Bahuguna (Chipko movement; second left), 1985.

Peter Rühe at work at Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad, for the exhibition “Our Days With Bapu”, 1991.

Peter Rühe with staff members and visitors at Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad, 1991.

Peter Rühe with staff members and visitors at Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad, 1991. Centre: Amrutbhai Modi (secretary), Prabhudasbhai Gandhi (second left). Behind Prabhudasbhai Gandhi: Jitendra Desai (Navajivan Trust).

Amrutbhai Modi, secretary Sabarmati Ashram, and Peter Rühe at the launch of his exhibition “Our Days With Bapu”, Ahmedabad, 1991.

Peter Rühe, Prabhudasbhai Gandhi and Mahendrabhai Meghani (Lok Milap Trust) at Bhavnagar, 1991.

Dr. Usha Mehta (president, Mani Bhavan) during a recorded audio interview by Peter Rühe, Mumbai, 1988.

Peter Rühe pointing out the photograph that often is wrongly captioned as “The Leader being led”. Peter got it confirmed from the small boy in the picture, Gandhi’s grandson Kahandas (“Kanaa”, “Kanu”) , that it were two lathi sticks in the picture and Gandhi poked the small boy to move faster, Mumbai, 1988.

The Bombay Chronicle article of 23 January 1988 which reported about Peter Rühe’s findings regd. the photo.

Peter Rühe with Shivaji Bhave (brother of Vinoba Bhave) in the house of Madalsaben Narayan (daughter of Jamnalal Bajaj, wife of Shriman Narayan) at Wardha, 1989. Right: Shail (Brahma Vidya Mandir).

Peter Rühe and ashramite Anand Hingorani in his flat at Delhi, 1989.

Peter Rühe with his mentor, Gandhi’s grand nephew Prabhudasbhai Gandhi, PG’s wife Amba (right) and daughter Indira (left) at Paldi/Gujarat, 1993.

Peter Rühe with his mentor, Gandhi’s grand nephew Prabhudasbhai Gandhi at Paldi/Gujarat, 1993.

Peter Rühe (left) leads a group tour “In the Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi” through Gujarat, Mumbai, 1987.

Peter Rühe (back) with participants of the group tour “In the Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi” in front of Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal, Mumbai, 1987.

Peter Rühe (back centre) with participants of the group tour “In the Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi” enjoying lunch, Kasturbadham/Gujarat, 1987.

Peter Rühe (centre) with participants of the group tour “In the Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi” in Gujarat, 1987.

Amrutbhai Modi (secretary Sabarmati Ashram) with Peter Rühe and the participants of the group tour “In the Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi” in Ahmedabad, 23 December 1987.

Dr. Isa Sarid (grand niece of Dr. Hermann Kallenbach) and Peter Rühe at her house in Haifa/Israel, 1989.

Madalsaben Narayan (daughter of Jamnalal Bajaj, wife of Shriman Narayan) talking with Peter Rühe in her house at Wardha, 1994.

Peter Rühe meeting the then vice-chairman of Gujarat Vidya Pith, Jitendra Desai (Navajivan Trust), at his office in Ahmedabad, 2001. Left: Kapilbhai.

Peter Rühe sitting next to the Gandhi sculpture at Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad, 2001.

Peter Rühe talking with Dr. Arvind Ghosalkar (director, Tribal Museum, Gujarat Vidya Pith), Ahmedabad, 2001.

Peter Rühe with his Harijan friend Chaganlal Parmar and his family in Ahmedabad, 2001.

Peter Rühe in discussion with Dr. Arvind Ghosalkar (director, Tribal Museum, Gujarat Vidya Pith) and Prof. Pathak (Peace Research Dept., Gujarat Vidya Pith), Ahmedabad, 2001.

Peter Rühe with sarvodaya workers during GandhiServe’s Gujarat Earthquake Relief Campaign, 2001.

Peter Rühe observes a surviving women after the Gujarat Earthquake making butter amidst the debris, 2001.

Peter Rühe with surviving women in traditional dresses of the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe talking with surviving men in traditional dresses after the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe with sarvodaya worker Himmatbhai Goda and his son Yogesh amidst the debris of the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe and sarvodaya workers talking to surviving locals after the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe and sarvodaya workers talking to surviving locals after the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe and sarvodaya workers talking to surviving locals after the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe and sarvodaya workers talking to surviving locals after the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe talking to surviving locals after the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe and teacher Saroj Goda talking to a surviving victim after the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe talking to a surviving victim after the Gujarat Earthquake, 2001.

Peter Rühe carries corrugated iron sheets to victims of the Gujarat Earthquake, as part of GandhiServe’s Relief Campaign, Mahendrapur/Gujarat, 2001.

Peter Rühe carries corrugated iron sheets to victims of the Gujarat Earthquake, as part of GandhiServe’s Relief Campaign, Mahendrapur/Gujarat, 2001.

Peter Rühe with his friend Yogesh Goda and a surviving victim of Gujarat Earthquake in village Mahendrapur that has been helped by GandhiServe’s Relief Campaign, 2001.

Peter Rühe during GandhiServe’s Gujarat Earthquake Relief Campaign, 2001.

Peter Rühe with the director of the Ecumenical Centre at Tantur (between Jerusalem and Bethlehem) where his Gandhi exhibition was presented for one month, 1987.

Peter Rühe during the inauguration of his Gandhi exhibition at the Ecumenical Centre at Tantur (between Jerusalem and Bethlehem), 1987.

Peter Rühe with Sunderlal Bahuguna (Chipko movement) during the first German Environment Day at Würzburg, 1986.

Indian Consulate General, Mr. Chakravarti, Peter Rühe, Samantha Hume and Christiane Böttcher during the inauguration of the first Gandhi exhibition in Germany, 1984.

Peter Rühe on the front page of The Times Of India, 24 December 1987.

Lilly Moed (IFOR), Peter Rühe, Yvette Naal (Arche Community) and others during the first meeting of IFOR-Israel on the West Bank at Ramallah, 1987.

Peter Rühe with Shri S.V. Govindan (Brahma Vidya Mandir) and others in Bad Reichenhall/Austria, 1986.

Peter Rühe, Dr. Y.P. Anand (director, National Gandhi Museum, Delhi), Prof. Gangrade (vice-president, Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, Delhi), Mr. Vishwanatan (founder Mitraniketan, nr. Tiruvananthapuram) and Dr. R.P. Misra at Mitraniketan, 2002.

Peter Rühe talking with Dr. Y.P. Anand (director, National Gandhi Museum, Delhi) and Prof. Gangrade (vice-president, Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, Delhi) at Mitraniketan, 2002.

Chittaranjan Vora (director, Shardagram), Peter Rühe, Bill Moyers (USA) and Prof. Minoru Kasai (Japan) during an international Gandhi conference at Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad, 1994.

Peter Rühe delivering a speech in Gujarati during the prize distribution function of the second drawing competition “Mahatma Gandhi – As I See Him” at Rajkot, 1992. Left: Peter’s friend Yogesh Goda.

Peter Rühe interviewing veteran freedom fighter, Gandhi’s grand nephew, Prabhudasbhai Gandhi, during the drawing competition “Mahatma Gandhi – As I See Him” at Rajkot, 1992.

Peter Rühe receiving an award for his life work from the Gujarati Writers’ Association at Rashtriyashala, Rajkot, 1992, in the presence of Prabhudasbhai Gandhi, Purushottam Gandhi (3rd and 4th left) and mayor Vajubhai Vada (5th right).

Peter Rühe receiving an award for his life work from the Gujarati Writers’ Association at Rashtriyashala, Rajkot, 1992.

Peter Rühe receiving a citation by Prabhudasbhai Gandhi at Rashtriyashala, Rajkot, 1992. Left: Purushottam Gandhi.

Peter Rühe delivering a speech after receiving an award for his life work from the Gujarati Writers’ Association at Rashtriyashala, Rajkot, 1992, in the presence of Abhaben Gandhi (2nd right), Vajubhai Vada (5th right), Purushottam Gandhi (7th right) and Prabhudasbhai Gandhi (8th right).

Peter Rühe during the first drawing competition “Mahatma Gandhi – As I See Him” on the compound of the Gandhian school Kadvibhai Virani Kanya Vidyalay at Rajkot, 1991.

Peter Rühe during the prize distribution function of the first drawing competition “Mahatma Gandhi – As I See Him” at the Gandhian school Kadvibhai Virani Kanya Vidyalay at Rajkot, 1991.

Peter Rühe and the winner of the first drawing competition “Mahatma Gandhi – As I See Him” at the Gandhian school Kadvibhai Virani Kanya Vidyalay, Rajkot, 1991.

Cecil Evans (The Gandhi Foundation, London) congratulates Peter Rühe on the occasion of the release of his photo biography “Gandhi”, Nehru Centre, London, 2001.

Peter Rühe signing his photo biography during Frankfurt Book Fair, 2001. Left: Dr. Joseph Prabhu.

Peter Rühe signing his photo biography during Frankfurt Book Fair, 2001.

A Hindustan Times article on the occasion of the release of the Indian edition of Peter Rühe’s photo biography “Gandhi”, Delhi, 28 January 2002.

Peter Rühe with guest of honour, L.K. Advani, during the release of his photo biography “Gandhi” at the India International Centre, Delhi, 28 January 2002.

Peter Rühe during the release of his photo biography “Gandhi” at the India International Centre, Delhi, 28 January 2002.

Peter Rühe with guest of honour, L.K. Advani, and publisher Pramodh Kapoor, during the release of his photo biography “Gandhi” at the India International Centre, Delhi, 28 January 2002.

Peter Rühe talking with German Ambassador, Heimo Richter, during the release of his photo biography “Gandhi” at the India International Centre, Delhi, 28 January 2002.

Peter Rühe with Sunanda and Arun Gandhi during the International Conference for Peace Museums in Japan, 1998.

Peter Rühe talking to Indian finance minister, Yashwant Sinha, at Berlin, 2002.

Peter Rühe talking with Tulsidasbhai Somaiya (Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal, Gandhi Book House), Mumbai, 2004.

Ela Gandhi and Peter Rühe in front of Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, 2004.

Peter Rühe and Vithalbhai at Rashtriyashala, Rajkot, 2004.

Peter Rühe speaking to students of the Gandhian school Kadvibhai Virani Kanya Vidyalay at Rajkot, 2004.

Peter Rühe interacting with students of the Gandhian school Kadvibhai Virani Kanya Vidyalay at Rajkot, 2004.

Peter Rühe during his visit of a school for the blind inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi, Ahmedabad, 2004. Center: Dr. Arvind Ghosalkar (director, Tribal Museum, Gujarat Vidya Pith).

Peter Rühe, veteran freedom fighter Chunibhai Vaidya, Amruthbhai Modi (secretary, Sabarmati Ashram) and Dina Patel (from left), Ahmedabad, 2004.

Tulsidasbhai Somaiya (Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal, Gandhi Book House), Mrs. and Mr. Chandrashekhar Dharmadikari and Peter Rühe, Mumbai, 2005.

Peter Rühe talking with oral historian and journalist, Hiro Shroff, at Mumbai, 2005.

Peter Rühe interacting with Gandhi’s photographer Jagan Mehta, Ahmedabad, 2002.

Peter Rühe and Gandhi’s photographer Jagan Mehta, Ahmedabad, 2002.

Peter Rühe talking with his mentor, Gandhi’s grand nephew, Prabhudasbhai Gandhi, at Rashtriyashala, Rajkot, 1986.

Peter Rühe interacting with his mentor, Gandhi’s grand nephew, Prabhudasbhai Gandhi, at Rashtriyashala, Rajkot, 1986

Peter Rühe standing behind Shivaji Bhave (brother of Vinoba Bhave) and Shail (Brahma Vidya Mandir) standing behind Prabhudasbhai Gandhi, Wardha, 1986. Right: Madalsaben Narayan (daughter of Jamnalal Bajaj, wife of Shriman Narayan) and a journalist.

Peter Rühe, his mentor, Gandhi’s grand nephew, Prabhudasbhai Gandhi and Gandhi’s daughter-in-law, Nirmala Gandhi, Wardha, 1986.

Gandhi’s grand nephew, Prabhudas Gandhi, and Peter Rühe visiting draught-effected areas in the Barda Hills nr. Porbandar for a relief campaign, Gujarat, 1987.

Peter Rühe interviewing his mentor, Gandhi’s grand nephew, Prabhudasbhai Gandhi, during the second drawing competition “Mahatma Gandhi – As I See Him”, Rajkot, 1992.

Peter Rühe underneath a Gandhi statue at Delhi, 1994.

Peter Rühe during an interview by oral historian and journalist, Hiro Shroff, at Mani Bhavan, Mumbai, 1989.

Peter Rühe talking to a “Mahatma” in a small village in Gujarat, 1986.

Peter Rühe in discussion with his mentor, Gandhi’s grand nephew, Prabhudasbhai Gandhi, Wardha, 1986. Back: Madalsaben Narayan (daughter of Jamnalal Bajaj, wife of Shriman Narayan) and Shivaji Bhave (brother of Vinoba Bhave).

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