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The book I choose to read was Mahatma Gandhi His life and Influence by Chandra Kumar and Mohinder Puri This book proved to be an exceptional overview of the life and achievements made by Mahatma Gandhi This book illustrates that the life and times of Mahatma Gandhi was remarkable and unforgettable He changed so much for the people of India and for India herself He brought them hope and accomplished more then anything by using Non-violence Truth and Honesty I am in the world feeling my way to light amid the encircling gloom I often err and miscalculate My trust is solely in God And I trust men only because I trust God If I had no God to rely upon I should be like Timor a hater of my species He brought them hope and allowed them to dream of a free India which would be able to deal with her own problems and enjoy her own success In the beginning of the book the authors start of with the early years of Gandhi Mohandas Gandhi was the third son born to Karamchand and Putlibai Mohandas came from a very large extended family He belonged to the third ranked Hindu caste system in India which was the Vaishyas His family had originally been grocers who later relinquished their traditional occupations and became more accustomed to political strategies and become more involved in the political stream of India Mohandas had high regard for honesty and truth which stayed with him till the end of his time Mohandas the shy and diffident boy from Rajkot had shown remarkable powers of persistence in overcoming all oppositions in his path Puri Kumar pg13 The book then goes on to discuss the later years in Mahatma Gandhis life Gandhi traveled to England where he became a fine Englishman and was able to study law He then returned to India where he began his practice of law in Bombay
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