Books by Gandhi
|1.|| Gandhi, M. K. Abraham Lincoln - Mahatma Gandhi: They Belong To The Ages. New Delhi: United States Information Service, n.d. 26p.|
Quotations and illustrations of Abraham Lincoln and Gandhi that compare them in greatness and service to their nations. Included are their views on democracy, freedom, truth, God and the role of justice.
|2.|| Gandhi, M. K. All Are Equal in the Eyes of God: Selections From Mahatma Gandhi.
Foreword by G. L. Nanda. New Delhi: Publications Division, Ministry of
Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, 1964. 95p. LC: Sa65-
1586. DS422. C3G23.|
Selections from Gandhi's writings, against untouchability, arranged under seven broad chapter headings with several sub-headings. Chapter headings include Untouchability And Its Manifestation, Social And Economic Implications, Evils Of Untouchability, How To Remove Untouchability, Progress In Removal Of Untouchability, Hope For Future, and Scheduled Castes And Tribes. Useful and practical suggestions from Gandhi on methods for eliminating racial discrimination.
|3.|| Gandhi, M. K. All Men Are Brothers: Life and Thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi As
Told in His Own Words. Compiled and Edited by
Introduction by Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. 1st Indian ed. Ahmedabad:
Navajivan Publishing House, 1960. x, 250p. Port. Illus. Glossary. Bibliog.
LC: SA 64-539. B133. G4A3 1960.|
REVIEWS: Booklist 56:116, 10/15/ 1959; Pacific Affairs 32:336, 9/ 1959; Saturday Review 42:31, 10/26/ 1959; San Francisco Chronicle p.22, 7/26/ 1959.
This book is a selection from the writings of Gandhi, compiled for the UNESCO in 1958. An excellent selection divided into twelve chapters - Autobiographical, Religion And Truth, Means And Ends, Ahimsa Or The Way Of Non-violence, Self Discipline, International Peace, Man And Machine, Poverty In The Midst Of Plenty, Democracy And The People, Education, Women, and Miscellaneous. The book is designed to appeal to a wider public and also to illustrate and acquaint the reader with the various aspects of Gandhi's personality and writings. The texts have been selected from various sources. Orient Longmans in 1958, Navajivan Publishing House in 1960, and