India of My Dreams: India of My Dreams: Mahatma Gandhi's Vision for a Free Nation
India of My Dreams by M.K. Gandhi: "India of My Dreams" presents the visionary perspective of Mahatma Gandhi on the future of India. The book outlines Gandhi's aspirations for the nation and his commitment to nonviolence and social justice.
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M.K. Gandhi, also known as Mahatma Gandhi, was an iconic leader and freedom fighter in India's struggle for independence. "India of My Dreams" reflects Gandhi's profound love for his country and his dedication to creating a just and inclusive society.
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... any two writings of mine, if he has still faith in my sanity, he would do well to choose the later of the two on the same subject. M. K. GANDHI Harijan, 29-4-'33, p. 2 1. INDIA OF MY DREAMS Everything in India attracts me. To The Reader.
... faith in her ability to solve the economic problems that face her millions has never been so it is today. Young India, 6-8-'25 I feel that India's mission is different from that of others. India it fitted for the religious supremacy of ...
... faith in it, it will transcend my love for India herself. My life dedicated to service of India through the religion of non-violence. Young India, 11-8-'20 If India makes violence her creed, and I have survived, I would not care to live ...
... faith in the doctrine that the service of one's nation is not inconsistent with the service of the world has grown. It is a good doctrine. Its acceptance alone will ease the situation in the world and stop the mutual jealousies between ...
... faith in one's cause. Young India, 2-2-'21 Claiming the right of free opinion and free action as we do, we must extend the same to others. The rule of majority when it becomes coercive, is as intolerable as that of a bureaucratic ...
The Gospel of Bread Labour
Theory of Trusteeship
The Way to Equal Distribution
Indias record of Nonviolence
The Sarvodaya State
Satyagraha and Duragraha
The Tillers of the Soil
Back to the Village
Every Village A Republic
What the Government can