Gandhi the Man: The Story of His Transformation

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Nilgiri Press, Aug 15, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 179 pages
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The world remembers Gandhi as a political leader who led his people to freedom without violence. Here Easwaran examines Gandhi's personal significance: how he transformed himself, and how we can apply his discoveries in a smaller way to resolve conflicts in our own lives. This intimate portrait shows how we can use Gandhi's example in the home, the workplace, and the community - wherever people disagree."Readers will never forget the look and sound of Gandhi the Man. Here Easwaran reveals Gandhi's belief that beneath the 'mask' of self-obsession 'is all the glory of our real self: complete fearlessness, unconditional love and abiding joy.'" - San Francisco Chronicle

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User Review  - cweller - LibraryThing

Great introduction to an amazing man. While not an in-depth biography, the book captures the essence of who Gandhi was. I would recommend this to anyone that was looking to get a brief look into Gandhi's life. Read full review

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User Review  - nonRIVAL - LibraryThing

A fine introduction to Gandhi if the far superior Experiments with Truth is too much to take on. Also try the Essential Gandhi for a great collection. Read full review

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