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A Dictionary of Moral Concepts in Gandhi

R.K. Gupta (Author)
Synopsis This, as far as one knows, is the first Gandhi dictionary, albeit confined to his moral thought. It takes into consideration a fairly comprehensive compendium of his writings, and selects from there most of his prominent moral concepts. This dictionary should clearly bring to light that Gandhi was not only a man of action, but also a man of thought, among other things, original, open-minded, daring, perceptive, critical, systematic, and very well deserving to be brought into the main stream of philosophy.
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About the author

R.K. Gupta

Shri R.K. Gupta, is a disciple of one of the greatest saints of the Naqshbandi Order Thakur Ram Singh Ji, an officer in the Police Department of the erstwhile Jaipur State, who earned his livelihood by the sweat of his brow and reared his family. During his lifetime itself he had become a legendary figures because of his honesty and sincerity, and devotion to his Master Mahatma Ram Chandra ji Maharaj of Fatehgarh, UP. Born in 1950, the author had the fortune to visit his Master at the young age of 15 years, when his father, Dr. Chandra Gupta, took him to the pious feet of Thakur Ram Singh Ji. A man of few words, Thakur Ram singh ji left a deep impression and sowed the seed of Love in the heart of the author, in the first sight itself. The author spend his formative years from 1966 to 1970 under the gracious auspices of Thakur Ram Singh Ji and thereafter under Dr. Chandra Gupta, his father, who also was a great Sufi Master.

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Title A Dictionary of Moral Concepts in Gandhi
Author R.K. Gupta
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Madhyam Books
Language: English
isbn 8187588004
length 97p., 23cm
Subjects History