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- "Understanding Gandhi's 'Ahimsa' (Non-violence)"
- Understanding Gandhi's Ahimsa (Non-violence). Reflections on An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth.
- The Economics of Ahimsa: Gandhi, Kumarappa, and the Non
- Economics of Ahimsa. The Economics of Ahimsa: Gandhi, Kumarappa, and the Non-Modern Challenge to Economics. Amit Basole.
- Ahimsa Center- K-12 Teacher Institute Title of Lesson: Gandhi's
- hearts or in their actions than which actions of Gandhi's are violent? • What is ahimsa? How could we use ahimsa in our classroom?
- THE ETHICS OF SATYAGRAHA AND AHIMSA: RELEVANCE OF
- Gandhi the man. The main focus of the article is a discussion of two of the key doctrines in Gandhi's experiments in love or his ethics of. Satyagraha and Ahimsa.
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- Ahimsa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi promoted the principle of ahimsa very successfully by applying it to all spheres of life, particularly to politics.
- Gandhi's Non-Violence
- Elements of Gandhi's philosophy were rooted in the Indian religions of Jainism and Buddhism.
- Gandhi's spiritual mentor as a child was a Jain and this is reflected in his adoption of ahimsa ("nonviolence").
- Ask Gandhi on Ahimsa (Non-Violence)
- Literally speaking, ahimsa means non-violence. But to me it has much higher, infinitely higher meaning.
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