Borderless Gandhi presents:

Mahatma in Colour


The exhibition "Borderless Gandhi presents Mahatma in Colour" consists of photographs that has been digitally restored and coloured according to the historic settings.

The work of collecting the photographs was started by Mahatma Gandhi's son; Devadas Gandhi while Mahatma Gandhi was alive and finalised by the GandhiServe Foundation in recent times. The photographs were gathered in a book along with contributions from Gandhi scholars, historians, photo experts and graphic designers.

GandhiServe is a multinational network of various institutions furthering the promotion of Gandhian values. These institutions offer products and services relating to Mahatma Gandhi and India's independence movement. They firmly believe in and follow the principles of simplicity, self-support and trusteeship as propagated by Mahatma Gandhi.

Parliament House in Western Australia

Borderless Gandhi is extremely proud to be presenting a carefully curated exhibition; "Borderless Gandhi presents Mahatma in Colour" at Parliament House in Western Australia, opening on 2nd October 2018 and closing on 9th November 2018.

Parliament House is located on Harvest Terrace in West Perth, Western Australia and houses both the Legislative Council (upper house) and Legislative Assembly (lower house).

Supporters and Partners

"Borderless Gandhi presents Mahatma in Colour" is supported by

  • "I see Borderless Gandhi as one such initiative to eliminate the causes of war.

    With dedication and wide reach we can together bring about that change."

    Dr. Ela Gandhi, granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi