Gandhi’s martyrdom has given rise to Godse syndrome. It is up to us to prove to which we belong to.
Is there a way to stop overindulging? Can we achieve poise?
Is there a way to escape the dullness that has engrossed our lives?
Gandhi didn’t try to hide away his flaws and mistakes from public eyes. He always remained open and honest.
We are a generation afraid of boredom. But does it deserve so much aversion?
The simplest acts of kindness are by far more powerful than a thousand heads bowing in prayer.
Three fishermen were doing their business in the sea. Unexpectedly, they got an ancient lamp. When they opened it, a genie came out and said he has the power to turn anything to gold. He urged them to ask one wish each. The first man thought for long and said,… Continue Reading Money Matters
Non-cooperation with evil is as much a duty as is cooperation with good.
Gandhi had a unique philosophy on diet which was close to the vegan view.
The story of how Gandhi transformed a tyrant using his love and an unlikely gift; a pair of hand made sandals!
Gandhi Blog Series #2 “There’s enough on this planet for everyone’s needs but not for everyone’s greed.” Gandhi Simplicity might be the most striking thing that set Gandhi apart from other world leaders. He lived, talked and acted with candor. When public figures thought looking sharp is inevitable, Gandhi was… Continue Reading The Minimalist Gandhi
Gandhi’s letter is a plea to Hitler to end the war for the sake of humanity.