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Guilty for forming an opinion on Gandhi by reading Nathuram Godse's book
22 December 2018
First, I must admit a fact, infact, a couple.
1. By reading 'Why I assassinated Gandhi' by Nathuram Godse I became a fan of Godse. I seldom took coffee before,but just bcoz Nathruam is a coffee lover, I had coffee with my morning breakfast, with my evening snack, almost everyday after reading the book.
2. I read Bhagat Singh's Jail notes, Why I am an atheist, and Without fear.
3. I completely agreed with what B.R. Ambedkar said in his interview with BBC in the year 1955.
All the above person's beliefs were totally against Gandhi.
With so many doubts I started reading Gandhi's story and guilt was what left with me when I finished reading.
Guilt for forming a wrong opinion about Gandhi merely by seeing only one side of the coin.
Read the book to know Gandhi - not Mahatma Gandhi - but about Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
Read the book if you want to know how India and Indians were in ninteen hundreds.