Author: Savita SinghForeword/Introductio: A P J Abdul Kalam/ Manmohan SinghPublisher: Publications DivisionYear: 2007Language: EnglishPages: 260ISBN/UPC (if available): 8123014309
This book endeavours to give a glimpse into Gandhi’s Satyagraha in action; to stimulate one’s imagination sufficiently enough to dive deep into that immeasurable and unfathomable sea, explore it and pick up priceless pearls, seek one’s own truth and live that truth in a non-violent way. It necessarily follows that this is not a comprehensive account, of all that Gandhi said and did, of all that happened to him and the people he strove to deliver to freedom, as he conceived it. This labour of love will have served its purpose, if even a few are inspired to take a path less traversed and leave their footprints behind.
1. Gandhi’s Concept2. The Birth of Satyagraha in South Africa3. South Africa Prepares Gandhi For Struggle in India4. Ashram as Integral Part of Satyagraha5. Satyagraha in India6. Footprints and ReflectionsBibliography