People: Nov. 29, 1963

Into New Delhi after a 50-day, 4,200-mile "march on wheels" through India came 65 members of the Moral Re-Armament Movement. At their head was Rajmohan Gandhi, 28, grandson of the Mahatma. Only 13 when his grandfather was assassinated, the tall, handsome Indian first felt the pull of M.R.A. while in Edinburgh as a cub reporter on the Scotsman. Since then he has been working for the movement in South America, the U.S., Japan and Europe. "Now I am ready to tackle my own country," says he. And would Mahatma approve? "Very much. There is as great an urge for a moral...

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