• Gandhiji
    This is the question that is uppermost in the minds of all thinking people who have learnt to set great store by the revolutionary ideas of Gandhi and this is the question that “How relevant are the ideals of mahatma Gandhi today? “ tries to explore, objectively and from many points of view.
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  • Gandhiji
    Mahatma Gandhi’s name is on the lips of every child, every young man and every old man. He was the greatest man not only of India but of the world also. He was the father of Nation. We generally call him Bapu. His full name was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Gandhi was born at Porbundar in Kathiawar
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  • Role of Gandhiji in India's Freedom Struggle
    Gandhi's Contribution to India The person who will head the list of people for their contribution to India it will be none other than Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Not just because he is the Father of the Nation but his immense contribution to the country not just in terms of struggle for freedom but
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  • Differences in Opinion Between Netaji & Gandhiji
    Netaji & Gandhiji After the death of great leaders like Lokmanya Tilak and Dr. Annie Beasant and martyrdom of revolutionaries like Shaheed Bhagat Singh there were only two major thoughts which were prevalent in India, one was that of Gandhiji and the other was that of Netaji. ( It is to be noted
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  • Mahatma Gandhiji
    Quite a number of students shockingly pointed out that Mahatma Gandhi would have been entirely forgotten today but for the holiday given on his birthday on 2nd October. They also said that Mahatma Gandhi is being humiliated year after year, by several corrupt and dishonest people holding posi
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  • Gandhiji
    Ansh : Hi Yash, you know Gandhiji’s first teacher was an Irish man. Yash : That’s why Gandhiji used to speak with an Irish accent. And he used correspond with a great Russian Novelist. Ans : Yeah, I remember, with Leo Tolstoy. Am I right? Yash : Yeah! Well offcourse! Ansh : Can you guess Ba
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  • Gandhiji Essay
    [Mahatma Gandhi] "Whatever purity you see in me’, recalled Gandhiji at 62 years of age, ‘is derived from my mother, not my father" Originally grocers, the Gandhijis were bania by caste. The youngest offspring of Karamchand Gandhi alias Kaba Gandhi, Mohandas belonged to families who for
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  • Gandhiji’s contribution to nationalist movement
    The nationalist movement grew into a wide spread mass anti-imperialist movement at the end of the First World War. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi came into prominence at this time and became the undisputed leader of the nationalist movement. Powerful mass movements were launched under his...
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  • gandhiji ki....jai...
    Relevance of Gandhian Methods Today Coordinated By VEENA RAO On the eve of the Mahatma’s birth anniversary, an NRIPulse ‘Melting Pot’ survey question for members of the Indian Diaspora. How relevant are Gandhiji's principles of 'ahimsa' and 'Satyagraha' in today's world? Can world...
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  • about gandhiji
    Abridged Autobiography Abridged by: Bharatan Kumarappa Rs. 15/- Printed & Published by: Navajivan Publishing House Ahmedabad 380 014 (INDIA) Phone: 079 – 27540635 E-mail: jitnavjivanlO@gmail.com Website: www.navajivantrust.org Abridged Autobiography EDITOR'S NOTE...
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  • Gandhiji
    Gandhiji! We follow you path. Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolence made me aware of the extent of violence that we practice, consciously or unconsciously, every day of our lives. We generally deny our own violence because we are ignorant about it or because we are conditioned to look at...
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