Gandhi: The True Man Behind Modern India

Gandhi: The True Man Behind Modern India

“Provocative. Adams strips away Gandhi’s saintly air of secrecy and explores the duality of India’s most renowned leader.”―Financial Times

Jad Adams strains the process Gandhi’s multi-faceted existence and the advance of his spiritual, political, and social considering over seven tumultuous many years: from his cozy upbringing in a princely nation in Gujarat; his early civil rights campaigns; his management via civil disobedience within the Twenties and Nineteen Thirties that made him an international icon; and at last to his assassination by means of a Hindu extremist in 1948, in simple terms months after the delivery of an autonomous India.

An based and masterly account of 1 of the seminal figures of twentieth-century heritage, Adams offers for the 1st time the genuine tale at the back of the fellow whose existence could actually be acknowledged to have replaced the world.

sixteen pages of black & white photos

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