• Represenative Form of Government
    Criticism……………………………………………………20 VIII) Bibliography……………………………………………….21 DECLARATION I, Shubham Verma, hereby declare that, the project work entitled, ‘LIFE AND WORK OF GANDHI’ submitted to H.N.L.U., Raipur is record of an original work done by me under the guidance of Prof.B.K.Mahakul, Faculty Member, H.N.L.U., Raipur. ...
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  • Relevance of Gandhism
    Political Ideologies 231 Teacher Sindhuja Iyengar “On Gandhi: Don’t ever forget, that we were not lead by a saint with his head in clouds, but by a master tactician with his feet on the ground.” ― Shashi Tharoor “I believe that Gandhi’s views were the most enlightened of all the political men in our...
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  • Ghandi Film Analysis
    When I was just 9 years old, I was watching a film with my father and it was the first time when a film had made me cry. The film was “Green Mile”. Since that time I have been fascinated and surrounded myself by films. I always used to say that one day I will make a film, which makes people cry, but...
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  • Gandhi
    person, describe some of the values this person use to have and say how this values might be important nowadays. GANDHI Mathama Gandhi was the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism who became famous fighting for civil rights employing no violent and civil disobedience. ...
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  • Gandhian Trusteeship
    Advocate Supreme Court, whose active interest in the project and insights helped me formulate, redefine and implement my approach to the project. I would also like to extend my gratitude to the Library staff of Alkesh Dinesh Mody Institute of Financial and Management Studies for helping me with references...
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  • social justice
    Concept of Social Justice in Political Thought with Special Focus on Gandhi and Ambedkar Concept of Social Justice in Political Thought with Special Focus on Gandhi and Ambedkar Ambikesh Kumar Tripathi 'Social-Justice' is the central issue of present day’s politics, economics, sociology, social ...
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  • Justice For All
    individuals or groups. Gandhi and his tactics to express human rights in India not only changed life in India but it influenced similar acts in history and changed the world. October 2, 1869, a humanist was born by the name of Mahatma Gandhi in Porbandar, British India. Gandhi went to the University...
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  • Ghandi
    Living Like Gandhi If your name translated to “great soul,” wouldn’t you do as much as you possibly could to live up to the potential of your name? Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, more commonly known as Mahatma Gandhi, did just that. He was a very wise man with strong morals and possessed many opinions...
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  • Shyness
    SHYNESS MY SHIELD | SHYNESS MY SHIELD is the real life story of Mohandas Garamchand Gandhi written in his autobiography The Story Of My Experiments With Truth. In SHYNESS MY SHIELD Mohandas Garamchand Gandhi talks about his shyness and how it shielded him.When he was elected to the Executive Committee...
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  • Nietzsche and Gandhi, Society
    Friedrich Nietzsche and Mahatma Gandhi, two mammoth political figures of their time, attack the current trend of society. Their individual philosophies and concepts suggest a fundamental problem: if civilization is so diseased, can we overcome this state of society and the sickness that plagues the...
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  • From Indian Leaders
    than Mahatma Gandhi. Let the tragedy that was enacted in Delhi give the people of India the tune, reason, rhyme and melody for the history of their future. I pray that the history of India might be written with the rhythm and tune of the grief that Bharatmata had felt when Mahatma Gandhi fell. No one...
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  • Love Your Enemies
    this way. One person who lived this way was Mohandas Gandhi. Gandhi was a man of peace from India. By no means did Gandhi resort to violence. Gandhi showed that the powerless had power. He never fought back instead he would sit and pray. Gandhi always wanted equality and peace among everyone. If someone...
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  • British Imperialism
    they were high demands for the Indian market trade. The decline of Mughal Empire made it easier for the English to take over the towns. The British view on India change, this is because the English were in India for Trade purposes but after they took over the main town they started to be involve with...
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  • Ghandi speech essay
    To what extent does Gandhi use relatively simple syntax, expressing ethos and pathos, to appeal to a larger audience. The 'Quit India' speech was given by Mahatma Gandhi on August 8th of 1942. "Let me explain my position clearly", Gandhi said, to begin his first point. He uses very simple syntax when...
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  • Paper
    Your role model in life: Role models have an astounding effect on the lives of young people in our society. A role model has the ability to shape the views, ideas, and actions of a young person.   Role models have a strong effect on what youth decide to become in the future.   The influence that role models...
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  • Relevance of Gandhi
    Relevance of Gandhi in the Global Economic Meltdown “An economics that inculcates Mammon worship, and enables the strong to amass wealth at the expense of the weak, is a false and dismal science. It spells death. True economics, on the other hand, stands for social justice; it promotes the good of...
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  • Indira Gandhi
    VALUES ------------------------------------------------- ASSIGNMENT-1 on ------------------------------------------------- Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- ...
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  • Mk Gandhi Reality
    Gandhi's Drama of Non-Violence! Union of Violence with Non-Violence (Ahimsa) ? Gandhi who was a proponent of Ahimsa, suprisingly united with Shaukat Ali, who was famous for his bloodshed in the name of Islam. Shaukat Ali was the most active promoter of armed Jihad in the Khilafat movement. He never...
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  • India
    For God Sake I want every one in my List to dedicate 5 minutes to read this article!! People please share this!! This should reach as many as possible!! Let us all know how much had been hidden from us in the past!! I feel that it is our RIGHTS to know this!!  TO MY FELLOW INDIANS.... Indira Priyadarshini...
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  • Gandhi and Nonviolence
    Mohandas K. Gandhi, better known as Mahatma Gandhi, was born October 2, 1969 in the town of Porbander. His father was the prime minister of Porbander. During his lifetime India was under British rule, and according to Hindu religion, marriages were arranged. At the age of thirteen, Gandhi was arranged...
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