Indira Gandhi

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Indira Gandhi with Folk dancers from Rajasthan, at her home in Delhi 1967

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Indira Gandhi- The Iron Lady of India

The Guardian newspaper stated “Probably no woman in history has assumed a heavier burden of responsibility and certainly no country of India’s importance has ever before entrusted so much power to a woman.” The rest as we know is history. For more info visit: http://indiragandhi.in/

Rare Pictures of Indira Gandhi

Living in harmony -Indira Gandhi with weavers of the Apatani Community of Arunachal Pradesh . See more pictures http://indiragandhi.in/en/gallery/living-in-harmony

Unseen Picture of Indira Gandhi

Indira Gandhi spent some quality time with her grandchildren Rahul and Priyanka. For more information, Visit: http://indiragandhi.in/

Rare Picture of Indira Gandhi

Smt. Indira Gandhi dances with Folk dancers. For more information, Visit: http://indiragandhi.in/en

Living in Harmony

Smt. Indira Gandhi visits Sri Harmandir Sahib after laying a wreath at Liberty Memorial on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. for more details visit: http://indiragandhi.in/en/

Rare pictures of Indira Gandhi

Archive image of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Ganghi works at her office in 1970. For more information, Visit: http://indiragandhi.in/en/newscast/index/rare-pictures-from-indira-gandhis-life-on-display-at-new-show

I am Courage - Indira Gandhi, The Iron Lady of India

Discover a life of courage, determination and sacrifice along with significant milestones in the journey of 'The Iron Lady of India' Indira Gandhi, also the Former Prime Minister of India.

Indira’s love for Manipuri folk dance began when she took it up in Shantiniketan. Later in life she would be seen dancing with folk dancers who would come to perform at an event where she was present.  Her love for art and culture was known to all who were close to her. Join us on the journey of knowing Indira

I am Courage - Indira Gandhi, The Iron Lady of India

Indira’s love for Manipuri folk dance began when she took it up in Shantiniketan. Later in life she would be seen dancing with folk dancers who would come to perform at an event where she was present. Her love for art and culture was known to all who were close to her. Join us on the journey of knowing Indira

I am Courage - Indira Gandhi, The Iron Lady of India

Discover a life of courage, determination and sacrifice along with significant milestones in the journey of 'The Iron Lady of India' Indira Gandhi, also the Former Prime Minister of India.

Remembering Gandhiji today. "While attending school in Poona, Indira had an opportunity to get closer to Mahatma Gandhi. She used to visit him at Yervada Prison on weekends. She witnessed his ’fast unto death’ in jail for the protection of Harijans.

I am Courage - Indira Gandhi, The Iron Lady of India

Remembering Gandhiji today. "While attending school in Poona, Indira had an opportunity to get closer to Mahatma Gandhi. She used to visit him at Yervada Prison on weekends. She witnessed his ’fast unto death’ in jail for the protection of Harijans.

Indira Gandhi - The Iron Lady of India

I am Courage - Indira Gandhi, The Iron Lady of India

Indira Gandhi - The Iron Lady of India

As the Prime Minister, Indira carried forward the Nehru legacy in economic planning. Like Nehru, she was committed to achieving self-reliance in crucial sectors like food grains, defence and technology.

The Pursuit of Self Reliance

As the Prime Minister, Indira carried forward the Nehru legacy in economic planning. Like Nehru, she was committed to achieving self-reliance in crucial sectors like food grains, defence and technology.

Indira Gandhi - A Life of Courage

Educational sessions at the Museum. Learn all about Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, and by doing so, learn about India,🙏 http://indiragandhi.in/en

Indira Gandhi - The Iron lady of India

Remembering our great leader in the troubling times India is facing. Visit our website http://indiragandhi.in/en/timeline

Indira conversation with India's First Astronaut Rakesh Sharma

On 2 April in 1984. India had just sent her first astronaut Rakesh Sharma into space and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi asked him how India looked from space, He said, "Saare Jahaan Se Accha Hindustan Humara.." For more information, Visit: http://indiragandhi.in/en