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Social base of the Gandhian (I.N.C.) movement 1930-34

Ashok K. Shastri

Social base of the Gandhian (I.N.C.) movement 1930-34

by Ashok K. Shastri

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Published by Anu Books in Meerut .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gandhi, -- Mahatma, -- 1869-1948.,
  • Civil disobedience -- Social aspects -- India -- History.,
  • India -- Politics and government -- 1919-1947.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-194).

    StatementAshok K. Shastri.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS480.8 .S466 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination194 p. ;
    Number of Pages194
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16904995M
    ISBN 1081851261147
    LC Control Number2006453422

    The Social Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi (Gandhian Studies and Peace Research Series, No 4) [Bharathi, K. S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Social Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi (Gandhian Studies and Peace Research Series, No 4)Author: K. S. Bharathi. As a theologian, Martin Luther King reflected often on his understanding of nonviolence. He described his own “pilgrimage to nonviolence” in his first book, Stride Toward Freedom, and in subsequent books and articles. “True pacifism,” or “nonviolent resistance,” King wrote, is “a courageous confrontation of evil by the power of love” (King, Stride, 80).

    This book tries to trace the relationship between Gandhian approach to development and social work. Explaining Gandhi's concept of social work and development, it addresses various issues concerning social work education in India, environment, security, bhoodan and gramdan revolution, community development, people's participation, dalit empowerment and value system. EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY OF MAHATMA GANDHI Prof. (Dr.) Sohan Raj Tater Former Vice Chancellor, Singhania University, Rajasthan INTRODUCTION The history of education is the history of the life and experiments of great educational philosophers whose gems of ideas continue to inspire educational thought and practice across the Size: KB.

    The Gandhian Phase of India’s Struggle for Independence: Below is the Important notes on Gandhian Phase of Indian National Movement. Complete notes of Gandhian era, how Indian National Movement spread, how it happens. Hardcover. Condition: New. Other Books book runs into twenty-three chapters. In each chapter the particular aspect of Gandhian thought has been defined, explained and elaborated with reference to quotations from writings of M.K. Gandhi and other Books by different scholars. It will be highly interesting and useful for the students of the subject.


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Social base of the Gandhian (I.N.C.) movement 1930-34 by Ashok K. Shastri Download PDF EPUB FB2

Social order in India so as to bring about a social revolution. The word „Revolutin‟ in this context only means that society has to change from the rods and its foundation not merely outwardly but by fundamental change. “Gandhi developed certain social techniques for achieving his goal.

Gandhian techniques are based on ethical absolutism. Gandhism is a body of ideas that describes the inspiration, vision, and the life work of Mohandas is particularly associated with his contributions to the idea of nonviolent resistance, sometimes also called civil two pillars of Gandhism are truth and non-violence.

The term "Gandhism" also encompasses what Gandhi's ideas, words, and actions mean to. Gandhian Engagement with Capital: Perspectives of J C Kumarappa comprehensively presents the Gandhian ideas on economic development and political economy.

Within this larger context, it focuses on the towering contributions of J C Kumarappa, the pioneer of the Gandhian model of economic development, and describes, from his standpoint, how the moral and political.

The ideology of Sarvodaya is embedded in the Gandhian conception of an ideal social order as described by Ganguli who devoted his post-retirement phase, his time and energy to study Gandhian social.

The paper highlights the significance of Gandhian concepts in research in psychology and its related fields. To illustrate the application of Gandhian ideology, a test of non-violence is described here with its psychometric properties.

Further, two unexplored research issues having a bearing on clinical psychology and psychiatry have been Cited by: 1. The Book Tries To Trace The Relationship Between Gandhian Approach To Development And Social Work.

It Addresses Issues Like Environment, Bhoodan And Gramdan, Community Development, Peoples Participation, Dalit Empowerment Etc.4/5(1).

“An engrossing manifesto.” ~ Kathy Kelly, Voices for Creative Nonviolence From the rare perspective of an author who is equal parts writer, nonviolence scholar, and frontlines practitioner, The Gandhian Iceberg approaches radical social transformation and its realistic requirements, with a blend of personal testimony, artistic creativity, and compelling vision.

Gandhian socialism generally centres on Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule authored by Gandhi. Federation of political and economical power and demonstrating a traditionalist reluctance towards the modernisation of technology and large scale industrialisation whilst emphasising self-employment and self-reliance are key features of Gandhian socialism.

To return to the issues of social change identifiable in Gandhi’s vision, the institution of human dignity and equality as the guiding principles and objectives for social reconstruction derived from his belief that every human being, by virtue of the element of divinity in him, must be recognized as having intrinsic worth and as deserving of the highest respect, and he should feel and be.

Gandhian thought as a source of ethical theory building for the profession and as a comple ment to the current knowledge that informs social work practice.

Volumes have been writ ten on Gandhi's theory of nonviolent social change. On the subject of social work and Gandhian thought, the scant literature available has focused on social. Mahatma Gandhi- Father of our Nation: Mahatma Gandhi- Father of our Nation Gandhian Ideas has indirectly and directly contributed to the development of Social Work as a profession and a discipline in India Even though the professional traits are not fully incorporated to the activities undertook, the efforts have contributed very well to the Social Work Practice.

B.A. Gandhian Social Work or Bachelor of Arts in Gandhian Social Work is an undergraduate Social Work course includes human development, social policy, public administration, psychotherapy, program evaluation, and international and community development.

The Social Philosophy Of Mahatma Gandhi by K.S. Bharathi and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Social Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi Gandhian Studies and Peace Research Series, No 4 by Bharathi, K S.

This is a great book, though a bit of an unusual structure. After the Preface and a 30 page introduction by Thomas Merton, the bulk of the book is quotes Gandhi's massive 2-volume "Non-violence in Peace and War." "Gandhi on Non-Violence" does give a nice overview to Gandhi's thoughts, including much in his own words/5.

Ghosh brings out the following basic objectives of the Gandhian scheme of holistic development-(l) human development (including moral development) for capability expansion, (2) development in a balanced way through manual and intellectual labour (development of body, mind and soul), (3) development with social justice, rights and freedom.

The Gandhian concept takes a total perspective and focuses on the development of the moral and spiritual aspects with truth and non-violence as its base; with all the other aspects, such as physical, mental and economic, to enhance the individual's social sense, thereby creating a society of healthy individuals.

Dr J. Kumarappa was a prominent Gandhian economist who attempted ‘green’ critique of both capitalism and communism as both followed the development policies, enhanced inequality and deprived a large number of people from their livelihood.

His critique was based on the Gandhian critique of sustainable development. About the Book Although there have been many biographical accounts of Mahatma Gandhi, much of the literature on him is hagiographic.

Keeping clear of hagiography and hyper-criticism, this book throws new light on Gandhi by looking simultaneously at his legend and career. The Gandhian legend is analysed through texts and images which spread it-through India and in.

In this article on Relevence of Gandhi, 'Gandhi And Contemporary Social Sciences', Mukesh Srivastava explains Swaraj, Swadeshi and Satyagraha from Gandhiji's book Hind Swaraj and its significance in Contemporary Social Sciences. This section contains articles written by very well-known personalities and eminent authors about their views on Gandhi, Gandhi's works.

“Finally there is a small, readable book on the Gandhian legacy Encouraging and positive.”—Thomas Weber, Legal Studies, La Trobe University (Australia) “May prove to be the most important book of ”—Green Letter, Spring “The seeds of civilization are sown in this short work.”—Northcoast View, Aug.

Mahatma Gandhi was a true social worker fighting against the evils of society. He always said, if you want to do social work, you start it yourself. He was very worried about poverty of India, and his political movements were also a type of social work. Poverty was the main focus of early social work, [ ].

However, it goes against Gandhian Thought because it is anti-social and based on individual gains at the expense of society.

I have been researching the black economy since when I first.MAHATMA GANDHI AND SOCIAL JUSTICE Introduction II MAHATMA GANDHI AND SOCIAL JUSTICE efforts to portray Gandhian perceptions on behalf of the downtrodden It is the one open book to every Hindu who will care to study it, and if all the other scriptures were reduced to.