Mar 06, 2023
Cow-Slaughter in India
Tamil translation of Dharampalji's book with T.M. Mukundan The British Origin of Cow-Slaughter in India: with some British Documents on the Anti-Kine-Killing Movement 1880- 1894. Mussoorie: Society for Integrated Development of Himalayas [SIDH], 2002. Translated by B.R. Mahadevan, it is published under the aegis of the New Horizon Media Pvt. Ltd
Feb 22, 2022
beautiful tree
Feb 22, 2022
Dh centenary
Jul 21, 2021
Inaugural Session - Introduction to Dharampalji's Contribution and its Relevance for the Present
Revitalizing India: Celebrating the Birth Centenary of Dharampal (1922- 2006). Centre for Indic Studies, Indus University, Ahmedabad and the Gandhi Research Foundation, Jalgaon cordially Invite you to join a year-long Webathon (July 2021 - June 2022) Introduction to Dharampalji’s Contribution and its relevance for the present.  Event date: Sat, Jul 24 2021, 3:30 - 5:30pm  
Jul 13, 2021
Azhagiya India
New Publication in Tamil: Azhagiya India: Dharampalin Ezhuthukaluku or arimugam, by Dharampal (in Tamil B.R.Mahadevan).  Translated the Tamil title means: "Beautiful India: An Introduction to the works of Dharampal". Chennai: Kizhakku pathipagam, February 2021, 264 pages. Price: Rs.300
Jul 01, 2021
Shri Dharampal’s birth centenary year
This Guru Purnima (24th July, 3.30- 5:30 pm) we are launching a special series of monthly discussions in honour of one of India’s most well-known Gandhian historians: Shri Dharampal (1922-2006) authored, among many other thought-provoking books and articles, the pioneering work titled The Beautiful Tree (1983) that described the state of education in India on the eve of British rule.
Feb 23, 2021
Reminiscences of a daughter by Prof. Gita Dharampal (Research Dean, Gandhi Research Foundation, Jalgaon, Maharashtra) at the occasion of the Lokaarpana of the 1st 5 volumes of Dharampal Classics Series, organised by the Rashtrotthana Sahitya, Bangalore & the Centre for Policy Studies, Chennai, in celebration of Shri Dharampalji’s birth centenary inauguration on 19th February 2021.