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Gandhi one of the worlds greatest figures has already become a legend In this book Jeanette Eaton shows him as a human being While still a young man Gandhi adopted the austere way of living that was until the day he died He did not want comforts and luxuries when so many of his countrymen lived in terrible poverty He ate only the most frugal diet and in his later years wore a peasants costume But he himself was anything but austere Laughter was to him lifes most healing gift even when it was directed against himselfWhen young Indian children become a certain age and their body is mature enough they are allowed to get married Gandhi was described very short and skinny with his dark eyes He had noticed everything in his path and along the way It was very hard for the people in the village to do anything near early dawn because only oil lamps gave off light Gandhi had a younger brother Before Gandhi had gone to high school he had been used to putting the jasmine wreaths on the images of Shiva and Krishna and Radha Now every day that he has gone to school he snatchs his breakfast and leaves Everyday before he enters the temple him and his brother slip their slippers of before they enter the temple In this way the day began in a small town in western India Although it was many years ago the majority of Indian people live in much the same way now The climate is so warm that as much work as possible is done in the early hours Therefore many schools open soon after daybreak and like shops and offices close in the heat of the day Gandhi like any other Indian boys took being married and going to school for granted because education was very hard for people to learn and to get a good job to not work
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