Many non-indians only remember him for his naan-violence. This may be due to the overwhelming popularity of naan among other breads. He was a true believer in the purity of kulcha, and he despised, righteously, not only naan, but paratha, chapati, and all other false breads. To Ghandi, there could be only one bread: the kulcha. When denied the ability to eat the one true bread, Ghandi went on a hunger strike. Subsequently, he died.
Let us remember Ghandi's sacrifice for the purity of our bread, albeit in vain.
Let us eat kulcha.