GANDHI’S AWAKENING tells the fascinating story of Gandhi’s early transformative years in South Africa. It is here the young, naive lawyer experiences harsh prejudice and hatred firsthand, when he is thrown off a train and beaten with a lead pipe. During the Zulu War of 1906, serving as an ambulance stretcher carrier in the British service, he comes face-to-face with the brutality of war, and undergoes a spiritual epiphany that sets a course for the rest of his life. The film offers a deep, discerning look into Gandhi’s spiritual ideals as he practices and teaches them in his first revolutionary ashrams.
The evening will begin with Satvik food served in the cafe at 6pm followed by an introduction from the film’s director Kell Kearns at 7.30pm.
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