Publisher description for Gandhian way : peace, non-violence, and empowerment / edited by Anand Sharma.
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World leaders, Nobel laureates, and social activists from around the world share their thoughts on peace, nonviolence, empowerment, and poverty—the cornerstones of Gandhian philosophy—in this commemorative volume that celebrates 100 years of Satyagraha, the nonviolence movement pioneered by Gandhi. Rare, archival photographs bring the charisma and power of Gandhi and his Satyagraha to life while reminding readers of the relevance of the movement and how widespread it has become.
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Gandhi, -- Mahatma, -- 1869-1948 -- Philosophy -- Congresses.
Passive resistance -- Congresses.
Peace building -- Congresses.