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Sarvodaya: Its principles and programme

by Mohandas Karamchand (Mahatma) Gandhi

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Sarvodaya It's Principles and Programme People from all parts of the world have been showing increasing interest in the life and ideology of Gandhiji, specially since his passing away in January 1948. They want to know more and more about the Gandhian way of life, which, to many people, appears to be the only way out of the present critical condition of the world with a third world war in the offing. What is called Sarvodaya is only another name for the Gandhian way. To satisfy inquiries made regarding the principles and programme of the Sarvodaya Samaj it has been felt necessary to issue this small brochure containing a few articles culled from Gandhiji's writings, together with some other articles written by his close associates and co-workers, on the basic principles underlying the Sarvodaya Ideal.… (more)

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