'Since the ascent to power of modern science and capitalism’ writes Sunil Sahastrabudhey, `that world has been divided primarily between those who work on the machine and those who don’t or between those who gain by experience of the machine and those who gain by the existence of the machine and those who lose everything because of it.’ Throughout he takes seriously to heart the lessons he has learnt from Gandhi: the world’s most profound thinker on the destructive impacts of the machine.
GANDHI – his gift of the fight
Jehangir P. Patel / Marjorie Sykes
Pages: 213/ PB/1996
This book describes the impact Mahatma Gandhi’s personality on two people from very different back grounds. This book provides a personal account of the friendship between these two great men; it also shows how much fight for a more fully human way of life owes to Gandhi’s own insight and his pioneering practice.
In this extremely profound and thoughtful essays, Dharmpal – one of the India’s most distinguished historians and writers – offers us his own distilled view of the passions that drove Gandhiji – one of the most awesome individuals of our times.