Mirabehn Introduction To Gandhi
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- 8500 letters received by Mahatma Gandhi to be published
- The publishing of letters received by Gandhiji would bring to the fore the exchanges between him and the greats of his time such as Romain Rolland, Rabindranath Tagore, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sarojini Naidu, Madeleine Slade (Mirabehn) and Esther Faering, ...
- Here's a curious anecdote of Mahatma Gandhi & the killing of a calf he ordered
- In 1928 Mahatma Gandhi ordered a calf at his ashram to be killed. In a letter to one of his followers he explained that it had been injured and was in great pain: "It had been under doctors' treatment and they had given up all hope...
- On his 146th birth anniversary, know your Gandhi, in ten easy steps
- 'MK Gandhi's Hind Swaraj: A Critical Edition' (edited by Suresh Sharma and Tridip Suhrud) fills the gaps and provides a most enlightening introduction to the great text.
- Gandhi's clinging disciple
- But the book distinguishes itself by being the first volume bringing out the correspondence between Gandhi and Madeleine Slade ('Mirabehn'), who was one of the chief among his Western women disciples. The book justifies its choice of ...
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