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    Gandhi The ObserverTo change something you love is the hardest It reuires you to set aside your love for the thing and be objective Re

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    I just finished reading ‘The Life of Mahatma Gandhi’ by Louis Fischer and one word that can describe my feeling at the moment is

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    As I turned the last page of Gandhi His Life and Message for the World I felt like I should say to it “It’s not you It’s me” The fact is I had a hard time reading this book This is one of those books that is bette

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    Gandhi was a hero of my first teacher my mother and in reading this book I now see that much of how she strove to raise me came from his example and teaching I read a biography of the Gandhi of the Frontier Badshah Khan two days ago and bought this book last night and read it in its entirety today because the ex

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    I would like to avoid making this a review of Gandhi rather than of a book about Gandhi but for the best possible reasons that is hard to do The author knew Mohandas Gandhi personally visited him repeatedly and so far as I can ascertain reflected his philosophy in this moving account as faithfully as still water The book in reading seems to melt seamlessly into the Mahatma as if you were at his feet There ar

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    Men and women and children knew or felt that when Gandhi fell by the assassin’s three bullets the conscience of

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    This is the type of book that had a lot of potential What ruined the book for me was Fisher's writing style Throughout the entire book Fisher idolizes Gandhi There is not one passage of criticism which is unusual considering that Gan

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    Poorly written while Gandhi is just an extremely overrated 'political rock starHis clear substantive shortcomings in sciences economics and mathematics for starters leads to his myopic thinking and actions that

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    Admittedly I have a very poor memory I read books and then what seems like just minutes later most of the information which had so thoroughly engrossed me is erased from my mind However Louis Fischer's book and so Gandhi's life so captivatingly described therein contains scenes sayings concepts and descriptions which I'm s

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    Gandhi is a Great of the 20th century This book is personal as the author had met Gandhi – its focus is on Gandhi the man It cites his speeches and how Gandhi influenced events around him Gandhi was a doer and the method and means were everythingCompare Gandhi with the rise of communism Lenin Stalin of the same time period and there is no doubt who and which approach is the admirable and humane Marxism Leninism led to the death of milli

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The Life of Mahatma Gandhi

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I just finished reading The Life of Mahatma Gandhi by Louis Fischer and one word that can describe my feeling at the moment is awe We were taught in school about India s history about our freedom struggle about our fearless leaders and their countless sacrifices We studied the contributions of leaders like Gandhi Nehru Patel Ambedkar Lajpat Rai et al to our struggle for independence but as we grow up and become enmeshed in the humdrum of our daily activities these names begin to have diminishing relevance in our livesSo what brought me a humble fiction reader to pick up a 526 pager non fiction account of the life of MK Gandhi authored by a foreign journalist To begin with it was a debate with my friends about Gandhi which started with the discussion about Nathuram Godse the man who shot Gandhi on 30th January 1948 Was Gandhi a saint or an evil genius Was he a soft hearted democrat or a dictator with a soft touch Was he responsible for the partition of India or was he heart broken over the vivisection of his beloved nation that he struggled so hard to keep unified Was he a saviour of the backward classes or did he strive to keep them suppressed These were some of the debatable points that came up Even the biggest detractors of Gandhi among my friends reluctantly admitted that Gandhi was not a bad man per se My mind was made up I couldn t participate in a debate effectively unless I was well euipped with the facts I needed an objective neutral biography on Gandhi Louis Fischer was a journalist who worked in Europe and Asia He spent considerable time in pre independence India hobnobbing with prominent Indian leaders not only Congressmen but also Muslim League leaders like Jinnah I am happy to report that I was not in the least disappointed The biography presents an unbiased objective narrative of the life of Gandhi The facts are presented to the reader allowing her to draw her own conclusions The same action of Gandhi may appear genius to one reader while leaving another reader unimpressed It is an excellent book for anybody interested in Indian history To understand the psyche of the Indian society today it is imperative to understand how it all began I give a five star rating to this book And here I list down some of the facts presented in the book that have left an indelible impression on my mind1 Mahatma Gandhi died on 30th January 1948 as a private citizen without wealth property official title official post academic distinction scientific achievement or artistic gift Yet men with governments and armies behind the paid homage to the little brown man of seventy eight in a loincloth Some of the people who paid homage to Mahatma Gandhi included Albert Einstein Pope Pius the Dalai Lama of Tibet the chief Rabbi of London the United Nations the Soviet Union and the people of India and millions of people all over the world2 The Gita was Gandhi s spiritual reference book his daily guide It condemned inaction and Gandhi condemned inaction More importantly it shows how to avoid the evils that accompany action this Gandhi asserted is the central teaching of the Gita Gandhi s interpretation of the Gita was thus The Gita is an allegory The battlefield is the human soul where Arjuna representing higher impulses struggles against evil Krishna according to Gandhi is the Dweller within ever whispering to a pure heart The Gita described the duel that perpetually went on in the hearts of mankind Gandhi strived throughout his life to achieve detachment and become a Karma Yogi In tough times instead of becoming disheartened or angry he turned the light towards his inner self exploring his own shortcomings He never accused or criticized others he endeavoured to look inwards to find solutions to his problems In today s age of politicians who bicker and crib who point fingers at others at every possible opportunity do we have a single leader who comes close to Gandhi3 History is abundantly sprinkled with examples of the times when Gandhi insisted on travelling by third class train sweating and rubbing shoulders with the masses even when he could afford first class travel He continued to do so even at the height of his popularity He wanted to be treated like the common man How could he travel by first class when millions in the country were starving and living in unhealthy conditions How many Indian politicians of today can even conceptualize such sacrifices Other examples of self abnegation included living and working in heat when he could have lived in comfort walking several miles under the unrelenting Indian sun working manually with his hands and encouraging his family and friends to do likewise denying his frail old body food water and medical treatment while fasting for his various causes non violence being the most prominent one 4 Gandhi arrived in South Africa in May 1893 He went there on business to win a law suit When Indians in South Africa were faced with a legislation depriving them of their right to elect members of the legislature Gandhi consented to stay a month to help resist the move He ended up spending 20 years fighting for the rights of Indians in South Africa He won As a result of his mass civil disobedience movement Hindu Muslim and Parsi marriages were declared valid which were earlier declared invalid by the government to check immigration the tax on indentured labourers most of them Indian was abolished and indentured labour influx from India was stopped While individuals in several continents have practised passive resistance nobody except Gandhi has ever led a successful non violent mass civil disobedience campaign5 Gandhi was his own greatest critic He accepted his faults his mistakes publicly He never chastised anybody else as publicly or severely Just the way he was harshest with himself his severity of conduct extended to those closest to him his family When Gandhi left South Africa for India in 1901 the Indian community in South Africa gave him and his wife expensive gifts and jewellery He set up a community fund for Indians in South Africa and donated all the gifts including the gold necklace given to Kasturbai to the fund He was extremely critical about the faults of his sons nobody was given special treatment because of being related to Gandhi6 Gandhi s ashram in Admedabad housed many people apart from his family When an untouchable family came to his ashram and asked to become permanent members he welcomed them Everybody else objected He insisted that the family stays at the ashram He even adopted the daughter Lakshmi as his own Gandhi said I do not want to be reborn but if I have to be reborn I should be reborn an untouchable so that I may share their sorrows sufferings and the affronts levelled against them in order that I may endeavour to free myself and them from their miserable condition He took to cleaning the lavatories of the ashram His disciples voluntarily joined him Gandhi began calling them Harijans Children of God and later named his weekly magazine after them Once a leper came to the ashram Everyone was scared to go near him for fear of contamination Gandhi welcomed him and even gave him a massage7 Indian people worshipped Gandhi When the train he was travelling in passed by towns and villages people gathered in large numbers to see him and wave to him The trains were delayed They kissed the dust under his feet They followed his call for passive resistance At a protest hundreds of people walked in without resistance to protest Policemen charged the protestors with rods on their heads but not one person lifted a hand to defend himselfherself Many were admitted to the hospital with severe skull injuries and a few died This was the extent of influence Gandhi had on the masses 8 Gandhi was vehemently opposed to the partition of India He was opposed to vivisection of any kind based on considerations of religion caste or creed The Muslim League lead by Jinnah wanted nothing less than Pakistan The non Muslim minority in north west Pakistan was close to 38% and in the north eastern area now Bangladesh was 48% These figures show claimed the Cabinet Mission that partition would not solve the communal minority problems Jinnah also wanted Punjab Bengal and Assam to be included in Pakistan but these areas had a large non Muslim population The Cabinet Mission advised a united India Unable to have its way the Muslim League under Jinnah declared 16th August 1946 as Direct Action Day Savage riots broke out all over the country Jinnah s threat of a civil war forced the Congress to accept the proposal of partition Gandhi was opposed to the decision as he was against division of any kind9 When the communal riots broke out between Hindus and Muslims after partition in 1947 Gandhi went to Calcutta where the situation was the worst He fasted and promised to continue his fast until people gave up the madness He succeeded The riots subsided After that he went to Delhi where Muslims were being slaughtered by Hindus and Sikhs Similar riots were taking place in Pakistan where Hindus and Sikhs were being butchered He appealed to Hindus and Sikhs to not answer violence by violence to allow Muslims to return to their houses As he was harshest with himself and those close to him he was severest with Hindus To bring about unity and tolerance between different religions he often read verses from the Koran during his evening prayers Fanatic Hindus called him a Muslim lover Fanatic Muslims accused him of opposing partition Towards the end of his life 95% of his mail was hate mail Once somebody asked him If there is one God should there be only one religion Gandhi answered A tree has a million leaves There are many religions but all are rooted in the same God Gandhi was responsible for stemming riots that broke out after partition If it wasn t for him many innocent people would have lost their lives 10 Hindus like Madan Lal who had tried to assassinate Gandhi by throwing a grenade and Nathuram Godse were incensed by the presence of Muslims at Hindu services and the reading of selections from the Koran They resented Gandhi for criticising Hindus for indulging in rioting Godse shot Gandhi at close range just before the evening prayers on 30th January 1948 Gandhi fell and died murmuring Hey Ram

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Poorly written while Gandhi is just an extremely overrated political rock starHis clear substantive shortcomings in sciences economics and mathematics for starters leads to his myopic thinking and actions that are preoccupied mostly with subjective political ideologies and religiosity His stubborn approaches had perhaps also contributed to the deaths thousands of people during his time His failure then to deal with real critical issues and trends such as overpopulation education environment resource depletion along with the conseuences of exponential growth on the resultant human condition in his nation and its economic longevity indicates that he was not much than another wordy lawyer predisposed to that so called professions primary mastery of snake oil sic salesmanship Today India has a massive overpopulation resource imbalance that should have been easy to extrapolateidentify and predict even in he 1930 s In the end the story will not end well for these countries includes Pakistan again because of the failure of its leaders such as Gandhi to foresee this imminent imbalance and thereby further demonstrating the narrowness of their knowledge thinking and wisdom for which future generations of Indians have and will sadly pay dearly for in many terrible ways Hers to Protect you is a journey of faith It won't happen by accident Daily surrender is reuired but it's not about letting go and letting God It's about running to Jesus holding on to him and saying Yes to what he asks Her Small-Town Hero you to do It's admitting that Red Tail (Travis Trilogy you can't do it without him that Promises in Tumble Creek you need the Holy Spirit to empower Mischief and Marriage you The Life of Death YouTube The Life of Death is a touching handdrawn animation about the day Death fell in love with Life After being well received on various animation festivals and Life of the party Idioms by The Free Dictionary A lively amusing person who is the center of attention at a social gathering For example Eileen was the life of the party telling one good story after another First half of s The Tree of Life film AlloCin The Tree of Life est un film ralis par Terrence Malick avec Brad Pitt Jessica Chastain Synopsis Jack grandit entre un pre autoritaire et une mre aimante ui lui donne foi en la vie In the Life of Music IMDb Directed by Caylee So Sok Visal With Ellen Wong Small World Small Band Ratanak Ben Daniel Chea In the Life of Music a story told in three chapters tells of how one song 'Champa Battambang' made famous by Sinn Sisamuth the King of Khmer Music plays a role in the lives of three different generations.. Poorly written while Gandhi is just an extremely overrated political rock starHis clear substantive shortcomings in sciences economics and mathematics for starters leads to his myopic thinking and actions that are preoccupied mostly with subjective political ideologies and religiosity His stubborn approaches had perhaps also contributed to the deaths thousands of people during his time His failure then to deal with real critical issues and trends such as overpopulation education environment resource depletion along with the conseuences of exponential growth on the resultant human condition in his nation and its economic longevity indicates that he was not much than another wordy lawyer predisposed to that so called professions primary mastery of snake oil sic salesmanship Today India has a massive overpopulation resource imbalance that should have been easy to extrapolateidentify and predict even in he 1930 s In the end the story will not end well for these countries includes Pakistan again because of the failure of its leaders such as Gandhi to foresee this imminent imbalance and thereby further demonstrating the narrowness of their knowledge thinking and wisdom for which future generations of Indians have and will sadly pay dearly for in many terrible ways

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I would like to avoid making this a review of Gandhi rather than of a book about Gandhi but for the best possible reasons that is hard to do The author knew Mohandas Gandhi personally visited him repeatedly and so far as I can ascertain reflected his philosophy in this moving account as faithfully as still water The book in reading seems to melt seamlessly into the Mahatma as if you were at his feet There are three or five men whom I would call the greatest of the last century Gandhi Mandela and Churchill plus perhaps Hitler and Stalin for their negative impact and this book touches on the lives of four only one of whom comes out a saint It is odd to read of a saint of non violent change at such a time as at the time of writing someone close to me has met death uite probably through violence and I am struggling with the ferocity of a vengeful inner demon Gandhi and his philosophy transmitted through Louis s prose have a hand on my shoulder and it comforts meGandhi was not born a saint He had little patience for meretricious consistency and his morality grew and matured to become the Mahatma whose gentleness pried the grip of the British talon loose He ate meat as a young man He was impatient and demanding with his young wife although she stayed with him for decades while repudiating child marriages He possessed towering certainty and sometimes naivety a combination which conspired to make him great but must also have made him trying He was curiously loyal to the British Empire and characteristically did not condemn us British even when he abandond that faith He had a faith in human nature which ultimately betrayed him in the orgy of bloodletting which accompanied partition and in the persistence of untouchability And eventually his faith met the ultimate betrayal at the hands of a lone deranged killer who felt only rage at Gandhi s expression of love for his brothers India s muslims The saint departed humanity lowered its flagFischer examines Gandhi s love and does not agree with all that he finds but explains its power with elouence A world with a few Gandhis might be a paradise However One cannot forgive his exhortation for European Jews to submit to the Nazi knife and thus win honour and dignity Most did exactly this and it led to their eradication This cannot one feels be the way and Fischer appears to agree Gandhi himself admitted that non violence cannot sway the policy of the totalitarian state but he believed in it anyway as he saw rewards in subseuent lives My secular soul cannot accommodate this as it knows no afterlife and sees only the waste of this life but it cannot deny the power of the moral message Gandhi the better Christian than any Christian And face to face with an Empire he prevailedThis is the most moving biography I have read to date and masterfully written If I could do the John Wayne accent I would finish Truly this man is the Son of God Hers to Protect you were at his feet There are three or five men whom I would call the greatest of the last century Gandhi Mandela and Churchill plus perhaps Hitler and Stalin for their negative impact and this book touches on the lives of four only one of whom comes out a saint It is odd to read of a saint of non violent change at such a time as at the time of writing someone close to me has met death uite probably through violence and I am struggling with the ferocity of a vengeful inner demon Gandhi and his philosophy transmitted through Louis s prose have a hand on my shoulder and it comforts meGandhi was not born a saint He had little patience for meretricious consistency and his morality grew and matured to become the Mahatma whose gentleness pried the grip of the British talon loose He ate meat as a Her Small-Town Hero young man He was impatient and demanding with his Red Tail (Travis Trilogy young wife although she stayed with him for decades while repudiating child marriages He possessed towering certainty and sometimes naivety a combination which conspired to make him great but must also have made him trying He was curiously loyal to the British Empire and characteristically did not condemn us British even when he abandond that faith He had a faith in human nature which ultimately betrayed him in the orgy of bloodletting which accompanied partition and in the persistence of untouchability And eventually his faith met the ultimate betrayal at the hands of a lone deranged killer who felt only rage at Gandhi s expression of love for his brothers India s muslims The saint departed humanity lowered its flagFischer examines Gandhi s love and does not agree with all that he finds but explains its power with elouence A world with a few Gandhis might be a paradise However One cannot forgive his exhortation for European Jews to submit to the Nazi knife and thus win honour and dignity Most did exactly this and it led to their eradication This cannot one feels be the way and Fischer appears to agree Gandhi himself admitted that non violence cannot sway the policy of the totalitarian state but he believed in it anyway as he saw rewards in subseuent lives My secular soul cannot accommodate this as it knows no afterlife and sees only the waste of this life but it cannot deny the power of the moral message Gandhi the better Christian than any Christian And face to face with an Empire he prevailedThis is the most moving biography I have read to date and masterfully written If I could do the John Wayne accent I would finish Truly this man is the Son of God

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  • The Life of Mahatma Gandhi
  • Louis Fischer
  • English
  • 20 October 2019
  • 9780451627421

About the Author: Louis Fischer

Foreign correspondent and analyst of of Mahatma eBook ´ world affairsFischer worked as an European correspondent first in Berlin later in the Soviet Union The works he wrote during his stay in the Soviet Union are criticised for its apologism and the denial of the Ukraine famine Louis Fischer first visited Gandhi in and again in .