A Comprehensive, Annotated Bibliography on Mahatma Gandhi - Vol. 1

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1. Abbas, Khwaja Ahmed. Barrister-at-law: A Play About The Early Life of Mahatma Gandhi. In collaboration with the Gujarati Dramatist Pragji Dossa. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1977. 137p. PR499.3.A25B37.

A twenty-scene play about Gandhi, from the time of his departure to South Africa to his return to India in 1914. The play portrays Gandhi's transformation from a timid, young barrister into the leader of his people in South Africa. Abbas, a well-known author, film producer and journalist, provides an engaging portrait of the young Gandhi.

2. Acharlu, K. S. The Story of Mahatma Gandhi. 2d ed. Hyderabad: Academy of Gandhian Studies, 1990. [12], 267p. Illus.

A skillful narration of Gandhi's story - "How Mohan became a Mahatma?" -in eighteen chapters. Taking several incidents in his life, the author has produced an excellent biography for the young reader. Originally, this book was published in Telugu language. The author, an educator, Gandhi follower and scholar, is the Chairman of the Academy of Gandhi Studies in Hyderabad, India. Chapter headings include Childhood And School Days, A Student In England, The Birth Of Satyagraha, Gandhi-Friend Of The Poor, Quit India Campaign and The Final Month.

3. Acharya, K. V. Gandhi: Profile of a Mahatma. Forewood by T. R. alias Mamasaheb Deogirikar . Poona: Maharashtra Gandhi Smarak Nidhi; Copies Available with Gandhi Sahitya Bhandar, 1972. [6], 210p. Fronts. Ports. Glossary. Index. LC: 72-907721. DS481.G3A4996.

This short biography is filled with anecdotes and excerpts from Gandhi's speeches and writings and is divided into four parts. The "Early Years" begins with his birth and covers up to his departure from South Africa in 1914. "Gandhiji in India" spans from 1915 to his assassination in 1948. "Special Topics" is a thematic approach to Gandhi's ideology. "Thus Spake Gandhi" is a collection of quotation from Gandhi's writings on various topics such as books and their influence, service of the poor, love opponents, brute force, fasting and prayer, truth and economic decentralization. A well-written book geared for students. Also suitable for the general reader.

4. Adenwalla, Minoo Dorab "Gandhi and Gandhism." [In His] From Ram Mohun Roy to Gandhi: A Study of the Role of Political Ideology in the Indian National Movement. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University, 1956, 448p. p.321-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • I- Biographies 1
  • II- Books by Gandhi 155
  • III- The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi 243
  • IV- Prefaces and Forewords by Gandhi 265
  • V- Books Read by Gandhi 275
  • Bibliographic Source Materials 310A
  • VI- Gandhian Bibliographies 311
  • VII- Library Catalogs 319
  • VIII- Gandhian Bibliographies in Books on Gandhi 323
  • IV- Trade, National and General Bibliographies and Indexes 333
  • X- Periodical Sources 349
  • Author Index 351
  • Title Index 369
  • Subject Index 393
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