Did Gandhi abuse his wife?
Yes, there was one incident that Gandhi writes of abusing his wife in his autobiography. This happened when she refused to clean the latrine.
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No, Kastruba was Gandhi's wife Indira was a daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru first PM of India. She married to a Muslim man Feroz who was converted Hindu and named Gandhi as adopt…ed by Mahatma Gandhi for the sake so that he can marry Indira a Hindu girl so Indira nehru (before marrige) named Indira gandhi (after marriage).
Gandhi was abused because he took a stand against the Britishgovernment, which was more powerful and which was willing to useviolence.
Yes, He had a wife at 13. Also manny lovers... He was a bit of a manho.
Kasturba Gandhi Kasturba Gandhi kasturba gandhi was his wife.... kasturba Ghandi
Gandhi did not get to chose his wife.
14 years old
It has been not quite a century since Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was \nassassinated in January 1948 at the age of 78 in New Delhi, India. The \nbevy of hagiographies written a…bout him is now being replaced with \ntruth-telling biographies about the Gandhi nobody knew. \n\n. The most recent one is titled Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle with India by Joseph Lelyveld. \n\n. And according to Lelyvard, Gandhi the pacifist was a wife-beater, \ndenied sex to his wife for decades, was purported to be a "celibate" \nliving life as an ascetic but actually was a pedophile who ritualized \nsleeping naked with underage girls in order to test "the ferocity of his\nsexual desires," and at one point left his wife for a male lover. \n\n. While one would think, at first glance, reading Lelyveld's shocking \nrevelations about Gandhi, it's all tabloid fodder for a rapacious \naudience that diets on sordid tales, Lelyveld, former editor of the New York Times , and a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, pays meticulous attention to details. \n\n. Between 1908 and 1910, Gandhi left his wife to be with wealthy \nGerman-Jewish bodybuilder and architect Hermann Kallenbach. But the only\nevidence Lelyveld gives the reader, suggesting the bonding of the two \nmen was at least homoerotic if not homosexual, is a salacious one-liner \nwhere Gandhi allegedly told Kallenback, "How completely you have taken \npossession of my body. This is slavery with a vengeance." According to \nGandhi's own wife, Gandhi engaged in heterosexual intercourse, but it \nrepulsed him so much it actually made him physically ill, and he vowed \nnever to attempt it again.
Gandhis wife lay dying of pneumonia, doctors insisted that penicillin would save her Gandhi refused to have this medicine injected