A Sketch Of Gandhi, London - From Sumati Morarjee Collection, 1931.
Artists, cartoonists and photographers found Gandhi a fascinating subject for study in their various mediums, and he was ready to oblige them when he had time to spare. This is a pen-and ink sketch made while he was busy spinning with his charkha on his visit to London for the second Round Table Conference. He told an American journalist who interviewed him that the message of the spinning wheel was "mass production in people's homes. If you multiply individual production to millions of times, would it not give you mass production on a tremendous scale?"
Credit: Navajivan / GandhiServe