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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

A Controversial Curry. Chorus of Followers. "Have you made it hot enough?" Mr Gandhi. "Believe me, quite warm enough for you, and perhaps a little hotter than India wants as a whole." [Although Mr Gandhi induced his followers to accept the Delhi pact by an overwhelming majority at the Karachi congress he went on to define their ultimate aim as complete national independence.] (an InterWar cartoon shows Mahatma Gandhi offering a Purna Swaraj curry to his followers)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
A Controversial Curry. Chorus of Followers. "Have you made it hot enough?" Mr Gandhi. "Believe me, quite warm enough for you, and perhaps a little hotter than India wants as a whole." [Although Mr Gandhi induced his followers to accept the Delhi pact by an overwhelming majority at the Karachi congress he went on to define their ultimate aim as complete national independence.] (an InterWar cartoon shows Mahatma Gandhi offering a Purna Swaraj curry to his followers)