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“By education, I mean an all-round drawing out of the best in child and man—body, mind and spirit. Literacy is not the end of education nor even the beginning. It is one of the means whereby man and woman can be educated. Literacy in itself is no education.” … “the aim of education should be to develop to the full the potentialities of every child at school, in accord always with the general good of the community of which he is a member.” M. K. Gandhi

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A brief history of one of the most non-violent struggles for religious emancipation. The seven chapters in the first part briefly summarise the struggle for the abolition of untouchability in Travancore. The second part contains Gandhiji’s speeches—an important discourse given in 1925, three speeches made in 1927, three speeches during that memorable Harijan Campaign of 1933-34, and all the 27 speeches during the last pilgrimage to Travancore.

INR 300.00

Such extracts from Gandhiji’s thoughts on Hinduism are carefully collected in this book with the primary objective to provide essential guidelines for “...lay readers and Hindu boys and girls attending English medium schools and brought up in families without any religious background, or in which religion has a minimal influence. As such, it will serve as an introduction to Hinduism.”

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