Hinduism is not an exclusive religion. In it, there is room for worship of all the prophets in the world. It is not a missionary religion in the ordinary sense of the term. It has no doubt absorbed many tribes in its fold, but this absorption has been of an evolutionary, imperceptible character. Hinduism tells everyone to worship God according to his own faith or Dharma and so it lives at peace with all the religions.'
Gandhi's idea of religion encompassed communal living regardless of an individual's faith. The book provides an insight into his belief of the metaphysical presence of Hinduism along with the branches of Faith and Truth; and with an accumulation of all three, the reader can begin diving into the vast horizons of Gandhian perspective.