Soon after he returned after his long sojourn in South Africa, Gandhi set out on a train journey to re-discover India. To feel one with the masses and identify with their needs, he traveled third class. He carried a bare minimum of luggage. He made it a point to dress also like his less fortunate fellow passengers. He found that through train conditions for the underprivileged were disgraceful, the habits of disorderliness and lack of civic sense amongst the passengers themselves needed to be reformed. He realized that political emancipation and social reform had to go together. In this installation, the electronic e-train allows people to trace Gandhi’s journey and the significance of the places he visited.