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Mahatma Gandhi (1869–1948)
Portland stone & bronze
H 119 x W 110 x D 100 cm (E);
Plinth: H 188 x W 122 x D 116 cm (E)
commissioned by the India League
The Duke of Bedford
London Borough of Camden Council
Grade II (England and Wales)
17th May 1968
time restrictions apply
Garden opening times.
on the stone below his feet: Mahatma Gandhi, 1869 - 1948; on the plaque on one of the steps: THIS STATUE ERECTED / UNDER AEGIS OF THE INDIA LEAGUE BY THE / MAHATMA GANDHI MEMORIAL COMMITTEE / WAS UNVEILED ON THE 17th MAY 1968 BY THE / PRIME MINISTER THE RT. HON. HAROLD WILSON, M.P.; on the plaque inside the hollow beneath the statue: TAVISTOCK SQUARE GARDENS / Placed here to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the birth of / MAHATMA GANDHI / by His Excellency the / High Commissioner for India, Dr. L. M. SINGHVI / and the Mayor of Camden / , Cllr. Dr. S. N. DESHMUKH / 2nd October 1996; on the back of the stone support: Statue by Fredda Brilliant