Author: R K PrabhuU R Rao/Publisher: Navjivan TrustYear: 2010Language: EnglishPages: 589ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172291493
This is certainly a book which is more than a book presenting the quintessence of Gandhiji's thought and philosophy and reads like a new Gita, a new Bible.This revised and enlarged edition incorporates Gandhiji's thoughts during 1946-48, the crucial last years of his life and work. It is a faithful, authentic and comprehensive presentation of the mind of one who has been described as the greatest Indian since Gautama the Buddha and the greatest man since Jesus Christ and as the greatest man of the 20th century.MEDIA COMMENTS:Easily the best compendium on Gandhism that has yet been produced. - - The Times of IndiaA golden treasury of Gandhian thought and literature, fresh and original, in whose pages there emerges the man, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. - - The News ReviewOf Gandhiji's versatile mind and wide range of interest the volume provides a fine epitome. - - The HinduTo many it will have the value of a new Bible or a new Gita; for here are words that have come out from the depth of truth, here is tireless striving that stretches its arms towards perfection. - - The Visvabharti QuarterlyThe compilers have rendered a distinct service to the country and the world in placing in their hands what can appropriately be called a modern Upanishad. - - The Aryan PathTHE EDITORS:R K Prabhu, born and educated in Mangalore; studied Vedanta philosophy at Advaita Ashram, Mayavati; did Vedic research under Lokamanya Tilak's guidance in Bombay; came into close contact with Sri Aurobindo and associates; Assistant Editor, The Bombay Chronicle; Editor of the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi. U R Rao, born and educated in Mangalore; collaborated in Gandhian research and compilation with R K Prabhu; co-founder and co-editor-in-chief United Asia, Bombay; deputy chief editor of The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi.
PART I : OF MYSELFCHAPTER 1 : Neither Saint nor SinnerCHAPTER 2 : My MahatmashipCHAPTER 3 : I know the pathCHAPTER 4 : My MissionCHAPTER 5 : The Inner VoiceCHAPTER 6 : My FastsCHAPTER 7 : My InconsistenciesCHAPTER 8 : My WritingsPART II : TRUTHCHAPTER 9 : The Gospel of TruthCHAPTER 10 : Truth is GodCHAPTER 11 : Truth and BeautyPART III : FEARLESSNESSCHAPTER 12 : The Gospel of FearlessnessPART IV : FAITHCHAPTER 13 : The Gospel of Faith CHAPTER 14 : The Meaning of GodCHAPTER 15 : RamanamaCHAPTER 16 : Prayer the Food of my SoulCHAPTER 17 : My Hinduism is not ExclusiveCHAPTER 18 : Religion and PoliticsCHAPTER 19 : Temples and IdolatryCHAPTER 20 : The Curse of Untouchability PART V : NON-VIOLENCECHAPTER 21 : The Gospel of Non-ViolenceCHAPTER 22 : The Power of Non-ViolenceCHAPTER 23 : Training for Non-ViolenceCHAPTER 24 : Application of Non-ViolenceCHAPTER 25 : The Non-Violence SocietyCHAPTER 26 : The Non-Violent StateCHAPTER 27 : Violence and TerrorismCHAPTER 28 : Between Cowardice and violenceCHAPTER 29 : Resistance to AggressionCHAPTER 30 : The Choice before IndiaCHAPTER 31 : India and the Non-Violent wayCHAPTER 32 : India and the Violent WayPART VI : SATYAGRAHACHAPTER 33 : The Gospel of SatyagrahaCHAPTER 34 : The Power of SatyagrahaCHAPTER 35 : Non-co-operationCHAPTER 36 : Fasting and SatyagrahaPART VII : NONùPOSSESSIONCHAPTER 37 : The Gospel of Non-PossessionCHAPTER 38 : Poverty and RichesCHAPTER 39 : DaridranarayanPART VIII : LABOURCHAPTER 40 : The Gospel of Bread LabourCHAPTER 41 : Labour and CapitalCHAPTER 42 : Strikes : Legitimate and IllegitimateCHAPTER 43 : Tillers of the SoilCHAPTER 44 : Choice before LabourPART IX : SARVODAYACHAPTER 45 : The Gospel of SarvodayaCHAPTER 46 : The Philosophy of YajnaCHAPTER 47 : This Satanic Civilization CHAPTER 48 : Man V. MachineCHAPTER 49 : The Curse of IndustrializationCHAPTER 50 : SocialismCHAPTER 51 : A Socialist Pattern of SocietyCHAPTER 52 : The Communist CreedPART X : TRUSTEESHIPCHAPTER 53 : The Gospel of Trusteeship CHAPTER 54 : Non-Violent EconomyCHAPTER 55 : Economic EqualityPART XI : BRAHMACHARYACHAPTER 56 : The Gospel of BrahmacharyaCHAPTER 57 : The Marriage IdealCHAPTER 58 : ChildrenCHAPTER 59 : Birth-ControlCHAPTER 60 : Woman's Status and role in societyCHAPTER 61 : Sex EducationCHAPTER 62 : Crimes against womenCHAPTER 63 : The Ashram VowsPART XII : FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACYCHAPTER 64 : The Gospel of FreedomCHAPTER 65 : What Swaraj means to meCHAPTER 66 : I am not Anti-BritishCHAPTER 67 : RamarajyaCHAPTER 68 : KashmirCHAPTER 69 : Foreign settlements in IndiaCHAPTER 70 : India and PakistanCHAPTER 71 : India's MissionCHAPTER 72 : Essence of DemocracyCHAPTER 73 : The Indian National CongressCHAPTER 74 : Popular MinistriesCHAPTER 75 : India of my DreamsCHAPTER 76 : Back to the VillageCHAPTER 77 : All-Round Village serviceCHAPTER 78 : Panchayat RajCHAPTER 79 : EducationCHAPTER 80 : Linguistic ProvincesCHAPTER 81 : Cow protectionCHAPTER 82 : Co-operative cattle farmingCHAPTER 83 : Nature cureCHAPTER 84 : Corporate sanitationCHAPTER 85 : Communal HarmonyPART XIII : SWADESHICHAPTER 86 : The Gospel of the CharkhaCHAPTER 87 : Meaning of SwadeshiPART XIV : BROTHERHOODCHAPTER 88 : The Gospel of LoveCHAPTER 89 : All Life is oneCHAPTER 90 : No Cultural isolation for meCHAPTER 91 : Nationalism v. InternationalismCHAPTER 92 : RacialismCHAPTER 93 : War and PeaceCHAPTER 94 : Nuclear warCHAPTER 95 : The Way to peaceCHAPTER 96 : The World to tomorrowPART XV : OBITER DICTASourcesSource ReferencesChronologyGlossaryIndex