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Great Leaders - On The Path Of Non-Violence




The pack Include DVDs of :

1. Path of Non-Violence with Mahatma Gandhi & Neilson Mandela
2. Sardar

Path of Non-Violence with Mahatma Gandhi & Neilson Mandela


Mohandas K. Gandhi was a man of peace who spent most of his life preaching non-violence to gain equality and freedom for the people of India. This informative program explores his struggle against the mighty British Empire and her colonies of South Africa and India. It shows various historic events like the Dandi March and Non-Cooperative Movement that he initiated and led India to freedom from the British Empire.

Gandhi’s words and deeds made him one of the most influential men of the 20th Century and he is therefore duly addressed as ‘The Father Of The Nation’.


Join us as we explore the life of NELSON MANDELA, a true Man of Vision. From his birth, through his early days as a political activist and prisoner, and finally to his ascent to the South African Presidency in 1994 by the first democratically elected parliament.

The film shows his struggles, his triumphs and the adversity which ultimately drove

him to greatness as an African leader. Using never-before-seen footage of the President and his family at home we get a glimpse of Mandela’s love of life and the sparkle which has captured the heart of the world.


 This Biographical epic on Sardar Patel concentrates largely on the last five years of Sardar’s life from 1945 to 1950 when he strode on the national scene, a key figure in wresting India’s Independence and integrating the nation. The film deals with all the myriad and debilitating problems that India faced in its pre and immediate post Independence period, which turned out to be Sardar Patel’s finest hour when problem after monumental problem was solved by Sardar Patel. This film is a tribute to the Sardar’s inestimable contribution to the making of Free India, a memory that can stead to face the problems of India today and tomorrow.

- Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration and
- Best Editing – Renu Saluja

The World At War - 9 DVD Pack

Genre:Historical, War


The World at War was first broadcast 31st October 1973, when memories of the Second World War were still clear in people's minds and the war's veterans numerous. This unique television series was able to assemble these recollections, together with archive footage into one of the most powerful and successful historical documentaries ever seen. The voices of those that fought, worked or watched during the Second World War gave each episode a vivid sense of what it was like to be there and was the hallmark of the series.

This 28 ½ hours 9 disc box set contains;

•Original 26 Episode
•6 Special Presentations which showcasing interesting footage of Adolf Hitler, story of his two deaths and his relationship with his secretary


"The greatest TV series ever" - Daily Mail
"A show of almost staggering ambition." - Variety
"World Beating" – Evening Standard
"For those of us who lived through the cataclysm, these 26 episodes will send chills racing up the spine." - LA Times, USA
"A high standard of technical expertise, disciplined teamwork ... the research has been exceptional ... extraordinarily effective." - Sunday Times, UK
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