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Mahatma Gandhi's Letters On Brahmacharya Sexuality And Love

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Rajmohan Gandhi's book on Mahatma Gandhi has created a controversy mainly because one of the chap... Read More

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Rajmohan Gandhi's book on Mahatma Gandhi has created a controversy mainly because one of the chapters is devoted to Gandhiji's relations with Saraladevi Choudharani whom he called his spiritual wife. Girja Kumar gives a more vivid characterisation of this relationship in his book which was released last year. This book, in fact, gives an authentic account of the Mahatma's relations with various other women associates and the repercussions these romantic liaisons produced on those close to him, including 'Ba' (Kasturba Gandhi).The book is ready to go into reprint and the paperback edition will shortly hit the stands. A Hindi edition is also coming up.

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Title: Mahatma Gandhi's Letters On Brahmacharya Sexuality And Love
Author: Girija Kumar
Publisher: Times Group Books
ISBN: 9789380828329
SKU: BK0381539
EAN: 9789380828329
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Born in 1925 at Dera Ghazi Khan (Pakistan), Girja Kumar is a veteran research scholar. The man behind the Sapru House library, he held many Important positions including chairman of the Delhi Library Board (1985-86) and president of the Indian Library Association (1983-85). He retired as chief librarian of the Jawaharlal Nehru University library in 1985. His world has been a world of books. While his book Brahmacharya. Gandhi and His Women Associates remained AP and Yahoo bestseller for several months, his books Censorship and Education. Arrogance of Intellectual Power, and The Book on Trial. Fundamentalism and Censorship in India were also received well. He was also associated with several national publications and wrote regularly for The Indian Express (1975-79) and The Week (1984-87) as a book critic.

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