Gianni Berengo Gardin was fascinated by Mahatma Gandhi while still at school. When he had an opportunity to travel to India in 1977, he was inspired by Gandhi’s statement that the real India is to be found not in its cities, but in its countless villages. This is why it was the villages of India that Berengo Gardin decided to...
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