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Title: The english biographies of Mahatma Gandhi : A critical study
Researcher: Jamunarani .S
Guide(s): Rajamanickam K.
University: Periyar Maniammai University
Completed Date: 2017
Abstract: ABSTRACT newlineIn the introductory chapter the researcher has vividly presented the newlinedevelopments on Indian writing in English and how far it gained newlineinternational acclaim, further the chapter deeply analyses the different newlinechanges in Indian writing in English and traces the contribution of eminent newlineIndian writers like Tagore for the development of it. newline Chapter II entitled Transformation is an indepth study of newlinetransformation. It describes how man gets transformed by undergoing newlinevarious complicated stages of life like pain and sufferings and additionally newlineportrays how the biographers on Gandhi have praised him for his Ahimsa newlineand non-violence. newline Chapter III entitled Truth reveals that truth is the most important newlinevirtue which can be perceived through the mind or the senses, further this newlinechapter throws light on Gandhi s adherence to truth and commends Gandhi, newlineto whom truth is equivalent to God. newline Chapter IV entitled Non-Violence clearly defines Ahimsa which is newlinean infinite love, further it establishes how Ahimsa can even win his enemy newlineand in short, this chapter is a panoramic presentation on the principles of newlineSatya, Ahimsa, truth and non-violence. newline Chapter V entitled Dharma and Love deeply analyses Dharma newlinewhich is the most righteous path to attain contentment and peace of mind and newlinethe importance of love which is the elixir of life which has no ageing. newline Chapter VI entitled Discussion is devoted to the positive and newlinenegative criticism of Gandhi. newline Chapter VII is the summation of the previous chapters and focuses on newlinehow Gandhian religion and his preaching remain undimmed and everfresh newlineand further highlights the appreciative approach of the biographers to Gandhi newlinethe name and the concept which can never go out of currency and history. newlinei newline
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/244921
Appears in Departments:Department of English

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