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Correspondence with Mr. Gandhi

Description Mahatma Gandhi is universally acknowledged as the leader of India's Freedom Movement. He continued to exchange his views with several other players in the political game. He did not the way of dialogue and discussion with the British government, his companions and opponents even at the height of his agitational movements. Thus, his correspondence with the leading British government functionaries and leading political figures contributed a lot in the final transfer of power. This correspondence reveals' Mahatma Gandhi's' views on several issues of governance, people's grievances, communal harmony and law and order problem. It also reveals the attitude of the British authorities towards Indians demand for independence, and Muslim reservations about Hindu majority united India this correspondence is a valuable auxiliary source of the history of India's Freedom Movement.[edit]
Keywords Mahatma Gandhi, Viceroy, Fast, Home Government, Pyare Lal, Jinnah, Lord Samuel, Lord Wavell, Miraben, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001052
Author #Unknown, V.S. Suri
Year 1944
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Goverment Press India
Custodian Institute Of Sikh Studies
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         130
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