Gandhi, one of the hot favourites of middle class consciousness and Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar, the Dalit emancipator are two prominent figures in the nationalist historiography of India.
The... More > Gandhi-Ambedkar debate has a long tradition. Its locus lies on the difference between the approaches conceived by these two nationalist leaders.
While Gandhi is considered to be a “mahatma”, a saint and as the father of nation, Dr Ambedkar along with many Dalit and lower caste leaders were pulled into the periphery of nationalist discourse. But Dalit’s emotional and sensitive attachment to Ambedkar had gathered him a prophetic figure.
In this book,i tried to unveil Gandhi from mainstream maskes.< Less
“Gandhi Invoked -Volume II” is a sequel to the first volume with the same title towards discovering the ideologies of Mahatma Gandhi in the form of a collection of essays on various... More > social and political issues. The book is intended to promote Gandhian values and to highlight its relevance in all aspects of life.< Less
Mahatma Gandhi and Veer Savarkar both participated in the Indian Independence struggle. Gandhi supported complete non-violence, whereas Savarkar believed in armed revolution. This book tries to... More > compare both the personalities and their contribution to the history of India.< Less
This book is an anthology of 225 quotes from Mahatma Gandhi and 51 selected by Blago Kirov facts about Mahatma Gandhi.
Leo Tolstoy's last letter was to Mahatma Gandhi.
"Oh God" are widely... More > believed to be Gandhi's last words after he was shot.
Mahatma Gandhi was imprisoned by the British 4 times as a political prisoner.
Mahatma Gandhi was a strict vegetarian.
“My Life is My Message.”
“The Path is the Goal.”
“I must follow my people, for I am their leader.”
“Whenever you are confronted with an opponent conquer him with love.”
“There are Seven Deadly Social Sins: politics without principle; wealth without work; commerce without morality; pleasure without conscience; education without character; science without humility; worship without sacrifice.”
“You can chain me, you can torture me, you can even destroy this body, but you will never imprison my mind.”
“An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.”< Less
At the southern tip of India, the small inlet of Kanyakumari brushes with the waters of Indian Ocean while Dehradun, capital of India’s new state of Uttranchal in the North juts with the... More > mountainous ranges of Himalayas. The book, a deep desire to understand the meaning and relevance of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s inclusive message of nonviolent political action in early 21st Century, is from Balwant Bhaneja’s, a retired Canadian diplomat, travel journal about meetings in the spring of 2006 with individuals, young and old, across India who in their unique ways have been impacted by Gandhi’s life and have chosen to follow the nonviolent path for social justice and a nonkilling peace. While on the way to visit them, the journey also becomes a pilgrimage to some of the places, where Mahatma Gandhi stayed during the struggle for India’s Independence from the British Rule.< Less