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Gandhi (Thoughts To Inspire and Celebrate)

Gandhi (Thoughts To Inspire and Celebrate)
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Item Code: IDI813
Author: Gajanan Khergamker
Publisher: Jaico Publishing House
Edition: 2005
ISBN: 8179921743
Pages: 84
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 5.4" X" 5.4
weight of the book: 94 gms

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in Porbandar in Gujrat on October 2,1869.From schooling in nearby Rajkot, he went to London to study law and later to South Africa where he toiled to improve the lot of immigrant Indians. He came back to India in 1915 and fought for her Independence armed solely with Satyagraha, non-violence and a phenomenal sense of conviction.

It was with sheer simplicity and conviction that Mahatma Gandhi had millions of Indians pooling their faith, even laying down their lives in pursuit of a dream--for India's Independence.

In January 1948,Mahatma Gandhi was killed by an assassin when he walked through a crowded garden in New Delhi for his evening prayers.

GANDHI The biggest ideas in life are often expressed in the fewest words. JAICO brings you the best in this series of Thoughts to Inspire & Celebrate. There are no long speeches or fancy tributes, but there's magic on these pages, and you won't have to search for it.

This collection of quotes by Mahatma Gandhi reveals his thoughts on truth, violence, Satyagraha, freedom, suffering, death, poverty and a host of other subjects.

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