Sonia Gandhi is one of the most important figures of Indian history, with a life that is celebrated by millions of people across the world.

She is the most powerful woman in India today, the longest-serving Indian Prime Minister, and the most influential woman in world politics.

But what does this mean for us?

What is the significance of Gandhi’s life?

What can we learn from it?

In this exclusive interview with BBC News, Sonia Gandhi discusses the significance and meaning of her life and the role she plays in the history of India and the world, and what we can learn from her.

What is ‘sonia gandhi’?

Sonia Gandhi was the most significant figure of Indian political history and has been the most prominent Indian politician ever since her assassination in 1948.

She was a staunch advocate of India’s independence from British rule.

Born on 17 October 1881, she was the daughter of a prominent politician, the late Jawaharlal Nehru, who was assassinated by a disgruntled Communist Party (CPI) member on the orders of the British.

Gandhi’s family had been living in London since her childhood, so she was raised in the British capital.

Her father was an influential politician and politician in his own right, and was known for his populist and populist-inflected policies.

His political career was built on the premise that India could be governed by those who were not from a particular caste or class, and that India’s leaders needed to represent the aspirations of ordinary people.

She took a firm stance against the Nehruvian policies of partition and racial equality, which she believed would lead to a backward, backward India.

She also took an aggressive stance towards Hindu nationalism and the use of religion to justify caste and communal divisions.

She opposed the creation of separate schools for the Dalits (castes and castes that are oppressed and oppressed by the majority community) and against the imposition of separate electorates for the Muslim community.

In spite of her political ambitions, Gandhi’s career was marred by personal troubles, and she was eventually arrested in 1948 for sedition.

She spent more than two years in jail before being released and given an amnesty by the Indian government.

Her political career in India and in the worldAfter the Indian independence movement, Gandhi took part in the political process, but it was not until she was appointed as India’s Prime Minister in 1950 that she became a prominent figure in Indian politics.

She made her name as the prime minister of the then-independent India in a new independent country, the British India, which was formally established in 1956.

Her political career as prime minister was marked by significant setbacks in the years leading up to her assassination.

The United States, India’s closest ally and a major economic and political partner, had been a major partner in the country’s development and expansion.

India was in the midst of the Great Patriotic War (1949-53), a conflict that had been waged for decades between the British and Indian Empires.

It saw large-scale atrocities committed by both sides.

As part of the United Nations, the United States and Britain supported the Indian Army in its war against the Chinese Communist Army (CCA) and Chinese armed forces.

India’s armed forces, which were also led by a civilian government, were widely regarded as incompetent, poorly equipped, and poorly trained.

They faced considerable resistance from the armed forces of the colonial rulers, who were known to have an extremely high level of brutality and corruption.

Gandhi herself was accused of collaborating with the Chinese, and of collaborating in the assassination of her father, Nehru.

During her two-year tenure as prime Minister, India enjoyed the most successful years of the Second World War.

The country’s economy boomed, and millions of Indians were lifted out of poverty.

But by 1957, the country was embroiled in a long and bitter civil war that saw the British-led United Nations partition India in 1947.

In the end, India lost the war.

In 1965, Gandhi died in New York, where she was assassinated in her own home.

In her last days, she called for an end to the war and for the “complete independence” of India.

What was her legacy?

In her life, Gandhi has had many faces.

She has been described as a feminist and an anti-imperialist, and as a staunch defender of women’s rights.

But she also had a reputation as a politician who made a career of exploiting her position as an independent country to advance her own personal interests.

She also took part, in the form of a political party, in a variety of social movements.

She was a powerful political leader and a politician, and had a history of divisive political rhetoric.

She had a deep dislike of the Indian Government, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), and its leaders.

She has had several close encounters with the Indian state and a penchant for violence, including the assassination attempts on her family and her husband.

But the most recent incident was in 2014, when she