Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

The glasses were exposed in a display cabinet. They had been donated by a daughter-in-law of the mahatma. Without hesitation Penguin Random House explained all about the problem. The Museum is also a meditation centre. The Centre of meditacion-museo of Gandhi of Sevagram population, in the West of the India, denounced Monday that iconic glasses of the mahatma who were exposed in its facilities have disappeared. The lenses were along with other objects of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in a showcase of the center of meditation or ashram, located in Wardha district, but the cleaning crew noticed his absence, explained the director of the Museum, Aakash Lokhande. We have not yet submitted a formal complaint but the police has already visited the Center, told the Indian news agency PTI Lokhande, which pointed to the possibility that the glasses have been stolen. The matter will be addressed at the next meeting of the Board of Directors, added the President of the institution, M.M. Gadkari, cited by the same means.

The Museum of Sevagram (a village for the) service, in hindi) had exposed a number of personal items of the mahatma as a fountain pen or a brush of bath on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the facilities. This ashram was established in 1936 by Gandhi, who lived in it for a while and finally abandoned it ten years later. Glasses had been donated to the Center by a daughter-in-law of the mahatma, although they are not unique sunglasses endorsed preserved.

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