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Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule

Description This collection of several articles by the leading thinkers including Mahatma Gandhi reflects their views about the several alternatives of achieving India's independence from the British Colonial rule during the 1940s. Several proposals like the Indian Home rule or Swaraj were put forth as goals and as succeeding stages for gainning complete independence. The prominent essays highlight the condition Indian National Congress, concept of Home Rule and Swaraj, discontent and unrest in India, partition of Bengal, state brutality verses passive resistance and comparison between Italian and Indian Freedom Movement.[edit]
Keywords Machinery, Miss Irene Rathbone, Mahatma Gandhi, Christ, Shrimati Sophia Wadia, South Africa, Partition of Bengal, Mr. Hume, Civilization, Hindus, Mohammandans, Garibaldi, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001050
Author M. K Gandhi
Year 1946
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Jivanji Dahyabliai Desai.
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         84
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