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Messages of Mahatma Gandhi; Part-4

Prof. Dr. Yogendra Yadav

Gandhian Scholar

Gandhi Research Foundation, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India

Contact No. – 09404955338

E-mail- dr.yadav.yogendra@gandhifoundation.net

 

Messages of Mahatma Gandhi; Part-4

 

Mahatma Gandhi a different man. He met a lot of persons daily. He had a lot of work and their concerning people. He gave a message everybody time to time.…

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Forewords of Mahatma Gandhi

Dr. Yogendra Yadav

Gandhian Scholar

Gandhi Research Foundation, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India

Contact no. – 09404955338

E-mail- dr.yadav.yogendra@gandhifoundation.net

 

Forewords of Mahatma Gandhi

 

The word foreword was first used around the mid 17th century.  It was a translation of Dutch voorwoord or German Vorwort, which equal of Latin praefatio. It is a piece…

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Mahatma Gandhi and his son Devdas-I

Devdas Gandhi was youngest son of Mahatma Gandhi. He was born in South Africa too. He returned India with his parents. He participated in freedom struggle with his father. Later he became a prominent editor of Hindustan Times. He wrote on current issue regularly.

Mahatma Gandhi wrote a letter to Devdas Gandhi on dated 16 December 1914 that Improve your handwriting. Ba’s condition has grown very bad of late. She and I both believe that medical treatment has had altogether an adverse…

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Mahatma Gandhi and his associate Agatha Harrison

Agatha Harrison was a Quaker and close associate of Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi discussed with him on current issues. He played a significant role during independent of India.

Mahatma Gandhi wrote a letter to Agatha Harrison on dated 8 March 1932 that you are quite correct in not giving me details of the activities of friends, nor am I eager to know them. I am quite sure that all of you over there are doing your best and what is proper. Do you hear from or see Maud? Please tell her…

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Mahatma Gandhi and his Manilal & his wife-II

Mahatma Gandhi loved very much his second son Manilal and his wife. Both are very sincere and hard worker. They did all responsibility given by Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi told him everything and gave suggestion for every problem.  

Mahatma Gandhi wrote a letter to Manilal and his wife on dated 24 August 1930 that you seem to have dried up? Is it out of compassion for me or through laziness? If you had compassion for me, you would write to me. How is Sita? Why does she fall ill so…

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Vinoba Bhave & Gandhiji

Everybody knows that Vinoba Bhave was the discipal of Mahatma Gandhi in field of sprituality. He learnt a lot of thinks by the activity & life of Mahatma Gandhi. "I know of nothing which is of greater value than reading the Gita. And yet, I have found a living person who follows the philosophy of Gita in his own life. He is my master and lives in an Ashram on the banks of Sabarmati river in Gujarat" said Vinoba Bhave, while concluding his…

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Gandhi in the Globalized World

Gandhi Ji seems to be the one among few people today who would be remaining at the mainstream of political thought for the centuries to come. His ideas and philosophy have been studied quite profusely in India and worldwide and he works as an institution of guidance for the thinkers, statesmen, and policymakers alike. In today’s globalized world the ideas of Gandhi Ji still bear the gloss and have the potential of guiding the people towards the establishment of a more humane and just society.… Continue

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GANDHI & AYURVEDA IN THE WEST 1 In 1987 one of the main events were Gandhi-in-Action's first deplomatic relations with the then USSR. The USSR's then External Afair Minister Eduerd Shevardnadze wr…

GANDHI & AYURVEDA IN THE WEST 1

In 1987 one of the main events were Gandhi-in-Action's first deplomatic relations with the then USSR. The USSR's then External Afair Minister Eduerd Shevardnadze wrote to Secretary General the then of the United Nations, that the last decade of the 20th Century be celebrated as the decade of celebrating "Building a Nuclear-weapon-Free &…

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