|Statement||with a foreword by P.C. Sethna.|
|LC Classifications||DS479 .P69 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 311, xi p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||85900526|
What Is Swaraj? The concept of swaraj, or self-rule, was developed during the Indian freedom struggle. In his book Hind Swaraj (), Gandhi sought to clarify that the meaning behind swaraj was much more than simply "wanting [systems of] English rule without the Englishman; the tiger's nature but not the tiger." The crux of his argument centered on the belief that the socio-spiritual. Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule M.K. Gandhi Translated into English by M.K. Gandhi Being a Translation of 'Hind Swaraj' (Indian Home Rule), published in the Gujarat columns of Indian Opinion. 11th and 18th Dec., Preface to the English translation It . Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule is a book written by Mohandas K. Gandhi in In it he expresses his views on Swaraj, modern civilization, mechanisation etc. The book was banned in by the British government in India as a seditious text. Hind Swaraj or Gandhi's definition to freedom is so far the most direct contact with Gandhi's thought. Whether one agrees with what he says or not is another question, the book in all its esteem serves its complete purpose/5(78).
He had written the book with an objective to wean men involved in armed struggle away from violence into the path of non violence. He answers all the questions related to Satyagraha and swaraj. He lucidly explains why simply getting the British out of the India is not the true swaraj. I have even more respect for Gandhi ji after reading this book/5(74). The book explores 'Veer' (rather, Darpok) Savarkar's divisive, inward-looking and anti-Indian concept of Hindutva, that is not being realised on ground by his able disciple, Modi and put's it againts Gandhi's Hind Swaraj, that was not just a blueprint for the free and independent India, but /5(27). In this short book (written in the form of a dialogue), Gandhi takes up the issue of swaraj, or "self rule." At the time he was writing, Indians talked about swaraj as the expulsion of the British colonial government and the establishment of an Indian government/5. Hind Swaraj, or Indian Home Rule, by Mohandas K. “Mahatma” Gandhi, was published in and inspires people in India to work for independence from British colonial control. The book outlines Gandhi’s critique of Britain’s domination of India; it urges the Indian people to reject English customs, laws, and industry in favor of.
Hind Swaraj is Mahatma Gandhi's fundamental work. Not only is it key to understanding his life and thoughts, but also the politics of South Asia in the first half of the twentieth century. Celebrating years since Hind Swaraj was first published in a newspaper, this centenary edition includes a new Preface and Editor's Introduction, as well Cited by: Modern Indian History - Struggle for Swaraj - To win popular support for their war effort, the Allied nations â Britain, the United States, France, Italy, and Japan, promised a new era of democracy and. Gandhi wrote Hind Swaraj while on a boat from London to South Africa in In this tract, written in Gujarati, Gandhi lays out the argument for Indian home rule as a dialogue between an editor. Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule Mohandas Karamchand GANDHI ( - ) First written in Gandhi's native language Gujarati, this booklet advocates for Indian non-violent self-rule during the struggle for Indian independence against the British Empire.