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

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VI
Gandhian Bibliographies
1. Aligarh Muslim University, Maulana Azad Library. Gandhiji: A Bibliography of Books Available in Maulana Azad Library. Foreword by M. H. Razvi. Aligarh: Aligarh Muslim University, 1971. 2, 59p.

This short bibliography provides a list of books on and by Gandhi available by language - English, Urdu, and Hindi are each given separately. For each entry, both Dewey and Ranganathan classification system data are provided. No annotations are provided. Entries in the Books on Gandhi section are listed by author's last name. Books by Gandhi are organized by the title name. A useful source for Urdu and Hindi materials,

2. Ambler, Rex. Guide To The Study of Gandhi: An Annotated Bibliography. Croydon, Surrey: Gandhi Foundation, and London: Housmans Bookshop Ltd., 1986. 15p. ISBN: 0-85283-210-9.

REVIEW: Political Studies 35:4:684-685, 1987, by Subrata Mitra.

A short bibliographical essay on Gandhian secondary literature "intended for English-speaking readership," this work cites a few books "to indicate how and why they may be interesting." The author reviews the books, which are listed under four headings - Biographical Studies, Gandhi's Writings, Interpretations of Gandhi, and Memoirs. Appendix I is an alphabetical list of books referred to and Appendix 2 also contains suggestions on obtaining these books. Ambler's reviews are excellent. Published jointly by the Gandhi Foundation and the Houseman Bookshop.

3. Deshpande, Pandurang Ganesh, Compiler. Gandhian: A Bibliograhy of Gandhian Literature. Ahmedabad: Navajivan Publishing House, 1948. xii, 239p. Title Index. Gujarat Vidyapith Granthavali Pustak-41.

This multilingual bibliography lists books by and about Gandhi, as well as books on the Indian Freedom Movement, current Indian problems, reports of the Indian National Congress, Gandhi Seva Sangh, and some periodical articles. Arranged alphabetically by India's provincial languages. Books in English are broadly classified under 14 headings, including Biography, Satyagraha, Pacifism, Religion, Social Ethics, and Communal Problem, Economics, Khadi, Education, and Health. A total of about 2800 books are listed. The bibliography lists about 1400 English works, 412 from Hindi, 500 from Gujarati, 287 from Marathi, 117 from Bengali, 54 from Urdu, 56 from Kannada, 12 from Sanskrit, and 4 from Sindhi. Only a few of the

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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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