Inspirational Rajiv Gandhi Quotes

Motivational Rajiv Gandhi Quotes And Sayings

Rajiv Gandhi Quotes:- Rajiv Gandhi (20 August 1944 – 21 May 1991) was an Indian politician who served as the 6th Prime Minister of India from 1984 to 1989. He took office after the 1984 assassination of his mother, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, to become the youngest Indian Prime Minister at the age of 40.

Inspirational Rajiv Gandhi Quotes

The freedom movement transformed the status of women. Women fought along with men as comrades. In the process, the shackles that had bound them fell away.
Rajiv Gandhi

Inspirational Rajiv Gandhi Quotes

For some days, people thought that India was shaking. But there are always tremors when a great tree falls.
Rajiv Gandhi

I have never felt vulnerable nor restricted in my movements.
Rajiv Gandhi

I find I have less time for everything. The assembly elections came so soon, and there is still so much work to be done.
Rajiv Gandhi


Even before V. P. Singh was shifted, the media was creating an impression that he was facing difficulties. This was totally incorrect.
Rajiv Gandhi

There has to be a national consensus. We cannot legislate without overwhelming national consensus that religious and communal groups should be totally banned from politics.
Rajiv Gandhi

Famous Rajiv Gandhi Quotes

We have been making changes continuously. You cannot expect everything to be perfect the minute it is made. Things change; they are as dynamic as you progress. The requirements change. Demands change. So you change with that.
Rajiv Gandhi

I didn’t have any personal goals when I came, but after being in politics – after seeing people, their difficulties, their wants – I think our goal has to be to eliminate poverty from India.
Rajiv Gandhi

I think we will be able to work with Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto to reduce tension and concentrate efforts in both the countries on real problems of the people – poverty, social injustice, and development.
Rajiv Gandhi

Indiraji should have been here today, speaking to you in her gentle, impassioned voice. One with Bharatmata’s immortal spirit, she now shines as a lodestar not only for us but for all humanity.
Rajiv Gandhi

I think of those giants who made the Indian National Congress. Seldom has the world seen a nobler galaxy of women and men, so selfless in their devotion to the cause of freedom, so exalted in thought, so brave in action, so pure in spirit.
Rajiv Gandhi

To the nameless and unsung heroes of our freedom struggle, we offer our humble tribute. Their life-blood nourishes the body of independent India.
Rajiv Gandhi

We took such a beating on Bofors. As far as I know, no one from my government was involved.
Rajiv Gandhi

How shall we remember Mahatma Gandhi, that eternal pilgrim of freedom? Born of the very spirit of India, steeped in the tradition, the song, the legend of our ancient land – and yet he was revolutionary. Unique among revolutionaries, he marched for freedom, clad in the robe of truth, with non-violence for his staff.
Rajiv Gandhi

We cannot and will not rest until we have won true swaraj for the hungry and spiritually starving millions – until we have wiped out poverty from our land.
Rajiv Gandhi

Civilizations are built by the ceaseless toil of a succession of generations. With softness and sloth, civilizations succumb. Let us beware of decadence.
Rajiv Gandhi

We must remember that self-reliance and eradication of poverty demands – indeed, compel – the present generation to bear hardship and make sacrifices. Those who are employed have a duty to the future of India. They have to be more productive and consume less so that resources can be made available for investment and for programs to help the poor.
Rajiv Gandhi

In every democracy, it is the people’s will that is supreme. We should translate the intense yearning of the people of India and Pakistan for friendship into meaningful measures of cooperation in every walk of life.
Rajiv Gandhi

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