Book review: Know Gandhi in few sentences
We all know that Gandhiji refused to cheat in the exam, but do you know he stole once? And he was so overcome with guilt that he asked for forgiveness?
These and many more motivating anecdotes from the life of one of the greatest men on earth has been bound in a book.
With his round-rimmed glasses, white dhoti and walking stick, he is an enduring symbol of non-violence, freedom, peace and simplicity. He is the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Bringing alive the story of one of the most revered leaders in modern history through 150 rare and inspiring incidents from his life–tracing his evolution from a shy boy to a courageous leader–this collectible edition is a tribute to the man who showed the world what calm, steady heroism looks like. Peppered with unusual insights, trivia and gorgeous illustrations, this one-of-a-kind book will give readers the answers to many pressing contemporary issues while showing how relevant Gandhiji remains even today.
This is also a good way to introduce your children to the man and his simple ideology.
Title: Gandhi in 150 Anecdotes
Authors: Arthy Muthanna Singh and Mamta Nainy