Gandhi Legacy and Philanthropic Tour of India:
January 3rd to 17th, 2020

Join Dr. Arun Gandhi and Mr. Tushar Gandhi for a two-week tour through India to experience and learn more about both Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy as well as having the opportunity to visit a variety of humanitarian NGOs (non-governmental organizations) living out the principles of non-violence and “being the change you wish to see in the world.”  Both an educational and philanthropic tour, you will have the distinct honor of intimately learning about the history and modern socio-economic principles of Gandhian philosophy directly from the descendants of “Bapu.”  Throughout your two-week travels with the Gandhis, you will visit 11 cities and NGOs exposing you to a variety of Humanitarian Issues and Projects, as well as more than half a dozen Gandhi legacy locations.

Tour Information:
Tour Company: Travel Passion, Inc.
Tour Coordinator:  Cinzia Lombardo (All tour inquiries, correspondence, and payments)
Collegiate Scholar Sponsor:  Dr. Brian Polkinghorn (Salisbury University) 

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Single Room

INDIVIDUAL
$ 4687
USD/pp
  • Hotels
  • Meals
  • Airport Transfer
  • Daily Transit
  • Exhibit Tickets

Twin Room

SHARED
$ 3748
USD/pp
  • Hotels
  • Meals
  • Airport Transfer
  • Daily Transit
  • Exhibit Tickets
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Triple Room

SHARED
$ 3648
USD/pp
  • Hotels
  • Meals
  • Airport Transfer
  • Daily Transit
  • Exhibit Tickets

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  • Mumbai
  • Kolhapur
  • Pune
  • Lonavala
  • Bhuj
  • Ahmedabad
  • Jaipur
  • Ajmer
  • Sariska
  • New Dehli
  • Agra (Optional)
  • Mani Bhavan
  • Agakhan Palace
  •  Gujarat Vidyapeeth
  •   Sabarmati Ashram
  • Gandhi Smriti Birla House
  •  Rajghat
  •  The National Gandhi Museum
  • WIT (Women’s India Trust) Panvel
  • Migrant worker camps and worksites
  • AVANI (Anti-Child Labor Program and Residential School)
  • Marketplace / Share
  • Hunnarshala
  • Khamir
  • SETU Abhiyan
  • SEWA
  • Barefoot College
  • Jaipur Foot / Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti (BMVSS)
  • 11.  Tarun Bharat Sangh campus 
  • Women’s Rights, Education, Skills Training and Employment
  • Migrant Workers Living and Working Conditions
  • Anti-Child Labor, Education and Orphanages
  • Infrastructure Development, Disaster Reconstruction, Social House and Waste Water Treatment
  • Preservation of Artisanal Crafts
  • Facilitation of Governmental, Religious and Community Transparency, Programs and Platforms of Action
  • Physical, Economic and Social Rehabilitation for Individuals with Disabilities
  • Water Conservation and Environmentalism

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