Gandhians in Contemporary India: The Vision and the Visionaries
This text provides insights into Gandhi's vision for India, and how his followers in the 1990s are building on his vision through a variety of constructive work programs. The work also includes brief biographies.
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Mahatma Gandhi and Ram Raj
Vinoba Bhave and Gram Swaraj
Jai Prakash Narayan and Total Revolution
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