Author: Nirmal Kumar Bose
Publisher: Navjivan Trust
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8172291736
This book covers, in brief, a wide range of subjects and is a record of Gandhiji's opinions on them.
Gandhiji perhaps never wrote merely for the pleasure of writing. Though and writing were always tools with him for more efficient action. They were used either to clear up a knotty problem in his own mind or in that of his co-workers. His writings, therefore, do not exactly give a correct representation of what he actually was, but what he always tried to be.
This book is a record of ideals and aspirations, and of criticism of events and situations in the light of those ideals. By their very nature, they reflect the difficulties which confronted him from time to time; and also how he was able to meet them, more or less, successfully in the course of life's experiments.