Gandhi and his Critics (Paperback)
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Gandhi and his Critics (Paperback)

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Paperback 188 Pages / Published: 27/01/1994
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The author analyses with authority and objectivity several relevant issues: the evolution of Gandhi's personality and thought, his approach to religion, the caste system and the racial problem, his struggle against colonial rule, his attitudes to events leading to the partition of India, his social and economic thought, his doctrine of non-violence, etc. It not only does justice to the memory of an extraordinary man, but also shows his relevance for India and the world today. This is being reissued in the Oxford India Paperbacks format for the first time.

Publisher: OUP India
ISBN: 9780195633634
Number of pages: 188
Weight: 230 g
Dimensions: 220 x 142 x 11 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"Nanda's essays are rich in historical detail, splendidly written, and will be of benefit to those who, as Nanda puts it, 'want to steer clear of deification as well as denigration, ' and find in Gandhi 'a degree of rationality, radicalism and relevance to our times'."--Religious Studies Review
"[Nanda] makes his case incisively, supported by solid research and a succinct style."--Journal of Asian Studies
"Nanda has proved to be an outstanding researcher and his presentation is precise and fascinating."--International Journal on World Peace


"Nanda's essays are rich in historical detail, splendidly written, and will be of benefit to those who, as Nanda puts it, 'want to steer clear of deification as well as denigration, ' and find in Gandhi 'a degree of rationality, radicalism and relevance to our times'."--Religious Studies Review
"[Nanda] makes his case incisively, supported by solid research and a succinct style."--Journal of Asian Studies
"Nanda has proved to be an outstanding researcher and his presentation is precise and fascinating."--International Journal on World Peace

"Nanda's essays are rich in historical detail, splendidly written, and will be of benefit to those who, as Nanda puts it, 'want to steer clear of deification as well as denigration, ' and find in Gandhi 'a degree of rationality, radicalism and relevance to our times'."--Religious Studies Review
"[Nanda] makes his case incisively, supported by solid research and a succinct style."--Journal of Asian Studies
"Nanda has proved to be an outstanding researcher and his presentation is precise and fascinating."--International Journal on World Peace


"Nanda's essays are rich in historical detail, splendidly written, and will be of benefit to those who, as Nanda puts it, 'want to steer clear of deification as well as denigration, ' and find in Gandhi 'a degree of rationality, radicalism and relevance to our times'."--Religious Studies Review


"[Nanda] makes his case incisively, supported by solid research and a succinct style."--Journal of Asian Studies


"Nanda has proved to be an outstanding researcher and his presentation is precise and fascinating."--International Journal on World Peace


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