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My Experiments With Truth Paperback – 2 Feb 2013
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Mahatma Gandhi is ranked amongst the ten most influential persons of the twentieth century. Apart from the revolutionary ideas of satyagraha and non-violence Gandhiji expressed his very definitive ideas on a wide range of themes-from politics and religion to sex-education and parenting. Many of his ideas which were then rejected and ridiculed are today being enthusiastically adopted and practised.
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I was especially interested in his evolving understanding of satyagraha and his increasingly strict vegetarianism. His ascetism increased in direct proportion to his growing political power.
The autobiography ends in 1920, right around the time Gandhiji became an international figure. The major historical events leading up to Independence are outside the scope of the book, but it's fascinating to watch Gandhiji become Gandhiji during the first half of his life.
Like all autobiographies, this one leaves out much helpful background information about people, places, and evets.
Gandhiji explains his life incidents with true humility without ever boasting about his achievements.
His will to always strive to learn new things from anyone he met and deal with people with truthfulness and non-violence is what caught my attention the most.
"Punish not the sinner, but the sin!"
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