• 135 Audio CDs on Mahatma Gandhi
  • 4 Audio CDs of the Indian Underground Radio (Congress Radio) programme, 1942. Congress Radio was a clandestine and underground radio station, which operated for about three months during the Quit India Movement of 1942, a movement launched by Gandhi against the British Raj for independence of India. Congress Radio was the broadcasting mouthpiece of the Indian National Congress, and functioned from different locations from Bombay
  • 100 Audio Cassettes on Mahatma Gandhi, India and India's independence movement (interviews, Gandhi's speeches)
  • 17 Records on Mahatma Gandhi
  • About 100 audio and video tapes with production material of NAMASTÉ - A Journey Across India Following the Footprints of Mahatma Gandhi