Never done before
The Voyager story is told in the words of Tushar Gandhi, based on his family knowledge and his own retracing of the march in 2005, on its 75th anniversary. It's a story that's never been told before in completion and is exhibited over a montage of 22 slides, each one of them relating to a key stage in Mahatma Gandhi's journey to specific locations along the way. Each slide recounts what happened at the location, along with a photograph taken at the time. The slides cover it all; from the first stop at the Gujarat Vidyapith to the heartwarming incident of a boat owner who ferried almost 400 volunteers and villagers across the Narmada river, free of charge. "I am very happy with the way the project has turned out; this is the most accurate rendering of the route that has ever been created," said Gandhi, admitting that it would next-to-impossible to "pinpoint the exact path walked on in 1930."