In Search of Gandhi: Essays and Reflections
This book offers a collection of twenty-nine essays by noted scholar of Gandhian studies, BR Nanda. Presenting a composite picture of Gandhi's life and thought, the essays discuss Gandhi's formative years, his struggle against racism, his views on religion and the partition of India, his public life and professional relationships, and his political and economic thought.
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