mahatma gandhi

Study of religions

Mahatma Gandhi

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British-ruled India.
Study of religions

Gandhi also started the study of religions. Before that, he had not even read the Gita. Now he read it in the English translation. He also read Edwin Arnolds The Light of Asia, Blavatskys Key to Theosophy and the Bible. Gita and The New Testament made a deep impression on him. The principles of renunciation and non-violence appealed to him greatly. He continued the study of religions throughout his life.

Off to London
Gandhis Childhood
Ahmedabad Satyagraha
Cripps Mission
Gandhi in India Rise of leadership
Turning Against the British
Study of religions
World War II and beyond
The Non Cooperation Movement
Background of the Partition
Back to India
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