‘Mahatma’ Gandhi was Wannabe Prophet of the New Age: A Chatur Baina with Evil Ambitions


‘Mahatma’ Gandhi’s invitation to Afghanistan’s Amir to invade India and his Muslim Appeasement tactics on the name of Hindu-Muslim unity mirage points to an idea that has not been discussed much in the Indian academia and intellectual circles dominated by communists and Congressites. We discussed that invitation and his part in it in this post earlier.

In the book “Gandhi-Muslim Conspiracy,” published in 1941, there is enough written about ‘Mahatma’ Gandhi and his aspirations to become the New Age Prophet and all he was willing to do to get there. Below are some of the main points from the forward of the book written by Barrister Jamnadas Mehta, Ex-Finance Minister of Bombay

Gandhiji’s Prophetic Aspirations Based on ‘Gandhi-Muslim Conspiracy’

The book has about 243 pages and has produced many facts to prove that Gandhi was the main conspirator of the invitation to Afghani Amir to invade India. But there are mentions about Gandhi’s Prophetic inspirations, and this article only points to those aspects from the book.

The fact that is conclusively established by Gandhiji’s article in the “Harijan” dated the 13th October 1940, that Gandhiji, despite his absolute sincerity and his undoubted patriotism, was the victim of a cruel hallucination which made him believe that he was the prophet of a New Age, born to shape erring humanity into the pattern of Truth and Non-violence. Gandhiji believed that Providence had specially commissioned him to establish him as the New Age prophet for the modern world.

This unconscious, cruel but real self-deception made the ‘Mahatma’ a hopeless egoist and created in his heart an irrepressible craving for domination over men’s minds reckless of consequences. By this insatiable lust for power, he had brought into existence a communal tension in the worst and injected the worst kind of slave mentality in the masses. Gandhi’s craving for recognition as an absolute authority on all questions of morality brought a virtual collapse of the intelligentsia and a tightening of foreign fetters around India’s feet. But, even then, did he fail to achieve his goal in reality? Even after his death, Gandhiji is still regarded as a saint, a ‘Mahatma.’ While still alive, Gandhi had become for millions the MASSIAH, a Prophet, the herald of a New Age, and that is what he wanted.

There is no doubt that enough documentary evidence is available to prove the conspiracy of inviting the Afghani invasion to India to establish Muslim Raj by Ali Brothers and the ‘Mahatma.’ This conspiracy was inspired by the excessive religious zeal of the Ali Brothers. It was also the result of the absurd lengths to which the Mahatma was prepared to go in order to purchase, if he could, the support of the Muslims in the pursuit of his role of a phantom Prophetship.

In 1914, the ‘Mahatma’ returned to India with the hallucination that he was destined to become a Prophet. He started his mission with the determination to destroy all who stood in his way. Gandhi was always under the guise of the most high-sounding doctrines.

It will be remembered that he began by professing to be a humble follower of the late Mr. Gokhale and thus insinuated himself with the liberals so successfully that many of them began to believe that whatever the faults of the Mahatma, he was at least honest and that he was, therefore, to be preferred to the Tilakite school whose methods both the Liberals and the Mahatma considered to be not free from blame.

By thus ingratiating himself in their favor, he destroyed the Liberal Party in the course of a few years. So subtle was the process that some of the followers of the late Mr. Gokhale were apt to regard the ‘Mahatma’ to be an unofficial member of the Servants of India Society. Gandhiji destroyed the old Indian National Congress of 1885, and, in its place, he set up a dictatorship with its monstrosities of “the blank cheque” and “neither support nor oppose” theories

Gandhi’s Thoughts for the Islamic Prophet in Ahmadabad on June 23rd, 1934

‘Mahatma’ Gandhi gave a speech on Prophet Muhammad at a function published in the July edition of ‘Harijan Bandhu’ paper. Here is what he said:

My first visit to South Africa was in connection with the affairs of a Mussalman firm in that country. And there I had the privilege of coming into intimate touch with Muslim friends, for years together.

Such being my relations with Mussalmans, I felt it to be my duty to study the life of the Prophet. I had tried to do this in South Africa, but then I did not know sufficiently.

In India, imprisonment brought me good luck, and thus I had the opportunity to read Maulana Shibli’s biography of the Prophet. From my reading, I received the impression that the Prophet was a seeker of Truth. He was Godfearing. In this, I know I am not telling you anything new. I am only describing to you how I was impressed by his life. He suffered endless persecution. He was brave and feared no man but God alone. He did what he considered to be right in scorn of consequences. He was never found to say one thing and do another. He acted as he felt. If there was a change in his opinion, the next day, he responded to the change without counting the cost and regardless of popular censure or opposition.

Gandhiji also said praising Prophet Muhammad:

The Prophet was a Fakir. He renounced everything. He could have commanded wealth if he had so desired.


If one reads these lines from Gandhi, it clearly shows that Gandhi either did not know anything about Prophet Muhammad or he successfully fooled everyone around. Is there anyone in this world who would believe that Prophet Muhammad was a Fakir? He had married 12 women; the last one was Aisha, who was only 6 when he married her. Usually, a Fakir means a mendicant, a person who doesn’t have worldly possessions, family, slaves, and especially a wife. But Prophet Muhammad had all of that as long as he lived. Yet, Gandhi called him Fakir.

Then, Gandhi added that the Prophet renounced everything. Really? What did the prophet renounce? He still had wives, slaves, followers while he took his last breath. So, one wonders who was feeding Gandhi this information? Was he also getting direct instructions downloaded into his head from the ‘one true God’ that he could say things that are actually not true according to the knowledge humanly available?

It only shows that he was willing to lie, cheat, and commit anti-national activity – anything that could get him approval by people he wanted under his fold to establish himself as the New Age Prophet eventually.

MKGandhi.Org – Gandhi and the Prophet Conversation

Apart from what we have discussed so far, an article published on mkgandhi.org . The website’s page claims it’s an imaginary dialogue between Gandhiji and the Prophet of Islam (PBUH). You can read the whole article on that website. But let’s discuss only the first section of that conversation between Gandhi and the Prophet:

Gandhiji : I have drawn inspiration from Islam as much as from Christianity. Islam’s emphasis on justice, equality, and human dignity has always attracted me as love and forgiveness of Christianity. The Sermon on the Mount especially attracted my attention. As you know I am deeply committed to philosophy of non-violence, and it is in this respect that I am approaching you to know more in depth about Islam’s teachings about non-violence. It is necessary as Islam and terrorism are being equated by some anti-Islamic forces and it is you who can help dispel these attacks on Islam. Who can be the better person than you, O Prophet of Islam.

Prophet : I am so much pained that Islam is under attack today whereas 21st century should have been the most appropriate period to appreciate its teachings. Yes, I admit there are all kinds of people in any religion, and some may be motivated by their own selfish interests and indulge in violence or other misdeeds, but a religion should be judged by its core teachings, not by what some followers do. I hope you will agree with me.

Gandhiji : Yes I do agree with you sir, the great Prophet of Islam.

Prophet: You would agree with me no religion can teach violence and be followed by millions of people. The very purpose of religion is to refine morals and guide its followers to a purposeful and meaningful life with inner peace and deep conviction. Islam is a religion of surrendering to Allah and Allah is Compassionate and Merciful (Rahman and Rahim) and in your devotional song you also mention Ram and Rahim. All Muslims are supposed to invoke Allah, the Compassionate and Merciful before they begin their work (bism Allah al-Rahman al-Rahim). It is very central to Islam. Also one of Allah’s name in Quran, you must have noted, is Salam i.e. Peace.

Gandhiji : I understand true meaning of religion and its need for human beings in life. Inner convictions play important role in giving meaning and direction to human life. I have always relied on my own inner convictions before I took any decision. But I want to understand Islam in all its comprehensive way so that there is absolutely no confusion, and it would certainly reinforce my own conviction in non-violence.


Here, Gandhi clearly says that his inspiration is from Islam and Christianity. Very conveniently, Gandhi forgets to mention that he had drawn any inspiration from Hinduism or Buddhism or Jainism (who taught non-violence to the world even before Gandhi was born) at all. He was willing to call Shivaji Maharaj or Guru Govind Singh as misguided patriots, not even acknowledge plights of Hindus on the hands of Muslims, but, he was eager to declare that he is inspired by Islam and Christianity.


The reply from the Prophet is two-fold:

  1. A religion should be judged by its core teachings, not by what some followers do.
  2. No religion can teach violence and be followed by millions of people. The very purpose of religion is to refine morals and guide its followers to a purposeful and meaningful life with inner peace and deep conviction.


Basically, in this conversation, the Prophet said to Gandhi that Islam doesn’t teach violence. Let’s cross-check that claim with some of the verses from the Quran, the only book that Muslims believe in. The screenshots are taken from the official Quaran.com website along with the Surah and verse numbers for ease of tracking:




Another verse from another Surah in the Quran says:



Yet another verse from the same Surah says this:



There are many such verses in Quran. But just to quote one more, here is another one from Surah 9:



In fact, there are many verses in the Quran that prescribe killing of the ‘nonbelievers,’ which means anyone who is not a Muslim should be killed. If you are interested in researching such verses in the Quran, a good place for your reference to other verses can be found here:

Special 26: The verses in the Quran that Promote Communal Violence

The Quran is the word of ‘Allah’ through the Prophet of Islam. But according to this conversation between Gandhi and the Prophet, if we have to believe mkgandhi.org’s propaganda, Prophet is saying that these verses of the Quran are wrong? Do you believe in that? No Mussalman will believe in this propaganda because they are never confused like Gandhi or the Gandhiwaadis. Mussalmans are single-minded. They believe in every word of the Quran their Hadith. They follow their Quran to the core, and therefore, they don’t’ hesitate to kill in the name of Islam. But, the Gandhiwaadi cult is still spreading lies just to peddle the propaganda Gandhi spent his life spreading…

In Conclusion, we can say that Gandhi was a ‘wannabe Prophet’ who succeeded in destroying Hindu conscience to a level from which the Hindu community is just beginning to rise. It has taken more than 75-80 years for Indians, especially Hindus, to realize how much Gandhi and Gadhiwaad had hurt their motherland and religion.

India needs more scholars and intellectuals to dig into Gandhiji’s life and show to the world his true character so that India and the world can break free from the shackles of Gaandhiwaad. Especially, Indian Hindus have paid a hefty price for this so-called ‘Mahatma’ whose ambition to become the Prophet of the new age cost three to four million lives around the India-Pakistan partition period.


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