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"No hay que apagar la luz del otro para lograr que brille la nuestra" Mahatma Ghandi.

"No hay que apagar la luz del otro para lograr que brille la nuestra" Mahatma Ghandi.

Photo by Margaret Bourke-White: top of the Chrisler building, New York, American, 1931. Scanned from “Art Deco 1910-1939” edited by Charlotte Benton, Tim Benton and Chislaine Wood.

Photo by Margaret Bourke-White: top of the Chrisler building, New York, American, 1931. Scanned from “Art Deco 1910-1939” edited by Charlotte Benton, Tim Benton and Chislaine Wood.

© Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum Photos Delhi. Birla House. 1948. GANDHI, just after breaking his fast.

© Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum Photos Delhi. Birla House. 1948. GANDHI, just after breaking his fast.

Before she was allowed to photograph Gandhi, Bourke-White was informed she would need to learn the spinning wheel. (She caught on quickly.) Her now-famous images of Gandhi working at his wheel, like this one from 1946, became an enduring representation of Gandhi's legacy.

Before she was allowed to photograph Gandhi, Bourke-White was informed she would need to learn the spinning wheel. (She caught on quickly.) Her now-famous images of Gandhi working at his wheel, like this one from 1946, became an enduring representation of Gandhi's legacy.

Remembering the person, whose life meant a new chapter of thought for the whole world. Paying humble tribute to Mahatma Gandhi Ji on 68th Martyrs' Day.  #MahatmaGandhi

Remembering the person, whose life meant a new chapter of thought for the whole world. Paying humble tribute to Mahatma Gandhi Ji on 68th Martyrs' Day. #MahatmaGandhi

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