A collection of many of Gandhi’s articles. Compiled by Bharatan Kumarappa.
A description of nonviolence and the ways in which Gandhi viewed and implemented it.
The author shows the power of nonviolence as a philosophy of life, not just a method of social action.
A primer of Gandhian nonviolence principles.
Gujarat Vidyapith was founded by Mahatma Gandhi on 18th October, 1920. It has been deemed university since 1963.
This book faces the current crisis of climate change and the intensification of social unrest around the world, and calls for a convergence of US nonviolence activists prepared to offer themselves in service to a social change movement unlike any seen before.
Written by M.P. Mathai.
This book chronicles Gandhi’s inner and outer journey from childhood to the independence of India in twelve short stories, with beautiful watercolor and ink images of Gandhi and his family. For both children and adults, these stories explore how Gandhi discovered key principles and tools of nonviolence, including concepts like “satyagraha” and “nonviolent non-cooperation.”
Beginning with the achievements of Mahatma Gandhi, and following the legacy of nonviolence through the struggles against Nazism in Europe, racism in America, oppression in China and Latin America, and ethnic conflicts in Africa and Bosnia, Nagler unveils a hidden history.