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Gandhi And The Cahllenge Of Religious Diversity
Gandhi And The Cahllenge Of Religious Diversity
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Author : Margaret Chatterjee
Publisher : Bibliophile South Asia
ISBN# : 81-85002-46-0
Pages : 371
Price :INR 750
Offer Price:INR 668
Book Description
In this book the author relates Gandhi's response to the challenge of religious diversity to his awareness of other pluralities social, economic and political. To Gandhi, religion was not an isolated marker of identity. beginning with his own Hindu heritage, his relations with Muslims, Christians, Jains and Jews are presented as the basis for his faith that separate heritages could be shared and all could engage in common tasks. His early contact with non-theist though system in fin de siecle London, his strong reaction to Curzon's convocation address in Calcutta university, the pedagogic implicate of the prayer meetings.
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