Rarely seen images and rigorous research provides fascinating insight into one of the most revered figures in modern Indian history.
Gandhi is an intimate history of the evolution of a mischievous, fun-loving boy into the Mahatma. From his schooling and early marriage in Kathiawar to his first brushes with the grandeur of London; from his chance employment for a legal case in South Africa to a train ride in Pietermaritzburg that led to his first fight for equality; from a relatively unsuccessful lawyer to a globally celebrated crusader for human rights-Gandhi was that rare rebel who redefined the meaning of mass resistance for generation to come. The chronological text and rarely seen photographs bring out his unique complexities for a new generation of readers.
|Title:||Gandhi:An Illustrated Biography|
|Publisher:||Black Dog Publishing|
|Reading age :||All Age Groups|