BIOGRAPHY
GANDHI - A PICTORIAL BIOGRAPHY
About Book:
This is the first pictorial biography of Gandhi in which the narrative-concise, readable and incisive is illustrated with contemporary photographs and facsimiles of letters, newspaper reports and cartoons, adding up to a fascinating flash-back on the life of Mahatma Gandhi and the struggle for Indian freedom led by him. There is a skilful matching in this book of text and illustrations, of description and analysis and of concrete detail and large perspective. This pictorial biography will revive many memories in those who have lived through the Gandhian era; it should also be of interest to the post-independence generation.
About Author:
(Shri B. R. Nanda - former Director, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi. His full-scale biography of Mahatma Gandhi has been published in India, Britain and the U.S.A. and translated into French, Spanish, Italian and several other languages).
About Gandhi Childhood
Off To England Briefless Barrister
In The 'Dark Continent' The Young Politician
Satyagraha Struggle In South Africa The Making Of The Mahatma
Return To India Gandhi's Ashram
World War I Rowlatt Bills
Nonviolent Non-cooperation Arrest And Imprisonment
Reaction And Recovery Declaration Of Complete Independence
Gandhi-Irwin Pact Round Table Conference
In London Resumption Of Struggle
Campaign Against Untouchability A New Deal For The Village
The New Constitution Hindu-Muslim Antagonism
Nonviolence In A Violent World Cripps Mission
"Quit India" Simla Conference
Cabinet Mission Communal Conflagration
Partition of India Mission of Peace
The End Gandhi and Nonviolence