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Image of en:Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi at 7 (1876). (For verification: see Gandhi: Prisoner of Hope by Judith M. Brown, Yale University Press, 1989, p. 38)

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This file was originally uploaded at en.wikipedia as Young Gandhi.jpg, before it was transfered to Commons.

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2006-06-02 15:17:33 ImpuMozhi 16384 186×350 Image of a very young [[Gandhi]]. Photo c.1886 (or is it 1876?). Source: Copyright has expired in India. ==Licensing== {{PD-India}}
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