During my routine search on literature related to Mahatma Gandhi, one study attracted my attention. It is a book by Dr. Noah D. Fabricant, a qualified physician [ M. D. ], titled '13 Famous Patients' ( 1960; xxix, 231 pp.). It includes Mahatma Gandhi along with 12 other, naming ( 1 ) Franklin D. Roosevelt, ( 2 ) Adolf Hitler, ( 3 ) Woodrow Wilson, ( 4 ) Marcel Proust, ( 5 ) D. H. Lawrence, ( 6 ) James Joyce, ( 7 ) F. Scott Fitzgerald, ( 8 ) Sigmund Freud,( 9 ) Clarence Darrow, ( 10 ) …Continue
Added by Satyanarayan सत्यनारायण on November 16, 2018 at 13:30 — No Comments
My previous note on the subject was written out completely on the basis of the material displayed online by the Henry Ford Museum. This part of the note supplements it and corrects a few shortcomings which remained in the transcript of the typed copy of T. A. Raman's note of December 28, 1942.
What follows here is based on a book, ' Friends, Families, and Frays: Scenes from the Life and Times of Henry Ford', by Ford R. Bryan ( Richardson Bryan Ford ), Dearborn, Michigan: Ford Books,…Continue
On July 25, 1941, Henry Ford has written a letter to Mahatma Gandhi. The letter, however, is not signed. It was delivered personally to Mahatma by T.A. Raman, then editor of the United Press of India. Here is the text:
''Dear Mahatma M K Gandhi;
I want to take this opportunity of sending you a message through T A Raman, to tell you how I admire your life and message. You are one of the greatest men in the world has ever known.
May God help and guide…Continue
Added by Satyanarayan सत्यनारायण on October 20, 2018 at 6:47 — No Comments