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Title : Gandhi for 21st Century- Vol -16:The Gospel of Swadeshi
Author : Anand T Hingorani
Pages : 129
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The swadeshi spirit was instilled in all the freedom fighters of pre independence India. There were no sacrifices too big or too small for this struggle. Gandhiji defined swadeshi as 'that spirit in us which requires us to seve our immediate neighbours before us and to use things produced in our neighbourhood in preference to those more remote'. Read More


Title : Gandhi for 21st Century- Vol -15: Man V Machine
Author : Anand T Hingorani
Pages : 105
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This book contains Gandhiji's views on industries and industrialization. He felt that machines would displace millions of poor people and render them jobless. He was the uncompromising opponent of the triumph of machinery even when he was in South Africa and surrounded by machines. It was his confirmed belief that machines did not add to man's stature. He felt that it was not a boon but a bane of modern civilization and this book contains his views.Read More


Title : Gandhi for 21st Century- Vol -15: Man V Machine
Author : Anand T Hingorani
Pages : 105
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This book contains Gandhiji's views on industries and industrialization. He felt that machines would displace millions of poor people and render them jobless. He was the uncompromising opponent of the triumph of machinery even when he was in South Africa and surrounded by machines. It was his confirmed belief that machines did not add to man's stature. He felt that it was not a boon but a bane of modern civilization and this book contains his views.Read More


Title : Gandhi for 21st Century- Vol -14: The Village Reconstruction
Author : Anand T Hingorani
Pages : 140
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Throughout his life Gandhiji was an ardent advocate of village reconstruction. He believed that if the villages perished India would perish too. He directed his energies into reviving the arts and industries of villages. His ideal village was one that contained intelligent human beings who did not live in dirt and darkness. They would be free and able to hold their own against anyone in the world.There would be no plague or cholera or smallpox. No one would be idle or wallow in luxury. There would be village artists, village poets, linguists and research workers.Read More


Title : Gandhi for 21st Century- Vol -14: The Village Reconstruction
Author : Anand T Hingorani
Pages : 140
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Throughout his life Gandhiji was an ardent advocate of village reconstruction. He believed that if the villages perished India would perish too. He directed his energies into reviving the arts and industries of villages. His ideal village was one that contained intelligent human beings who did not live in dirt and darkness. They would be free and able to hold their own against anyone in the world.There would be no plague or cholera or smallpox. No one would be idle or wallow in luxury. There would be village artists, village poets, linguists and research workers.Read More


Title : Gandhi for 21st Century- Vol -13 :Our Language Problem
Author : Anand T Hingorani
Pages : 133
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In this book Gandhiji has written about the perpetual problem of language that haunts India. The country is so diverse with people speaking so many languages that to have a lingua franca is difficult. Gandhiji advocates Hinustani as the common link language even though it may have some opposition for other parts of the country. He says that Gujratis, Bengalis, Maharashtrians should have no difficulty in learning and following a language that is common in almost all of North India. But for the southern belt it may be difficult as tamil and other south Indian languages are totally different.Read More


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