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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... things. Old as I am in age, I have no feeling that I have ceased to grow inwardly or that my growth will stop at the dissolution of the flesh. What I am concerned with is my readiness to obey the call of Truth, my God, from moment to ...
... things but they must all be written on the Indian slate. I would gladly borrow from the West when I can return the amount with decent interest. Young India, 26-6-'24 Swaraj can be maintained, only where there is majority of loyal and ...
... thing. It is allembracing and I should reject that patriotism which sought to mount upon the distress or ... things as crawl upon earth...because we claim descent from the same God, and that being so, all life in whatever from it appears ...
... thing in the world. A democracy prejudiced, ignorant, superstitious, will land itself in chaos and may be selfdestroyed. Young India, 30-7-'31 I have repeatedly observed that no school of thought can claim a monopoly of right judgements ...
... things philosophically and say that we need not make a move until all are converted to socialism. Without changing our life we may go on giving addresses, forming parties and hawk-like seize the game when it comes our way. This is no ...
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