Mahatma Gandhi by Roma Rola and translated by Rishi Das PDF,
Book Name – Mahatma Gandhi (Roma Rola),
Author – Roma Rola,
Book Size – 5 MB,
Book Format – PDF,
Book Pages – 154,
The book Mahatma Gandhi was written by Roma Rola and translated by Rishi Das.
The book Mahatma Gandhi was written by Roma Rola and translated by Rishi Das. Five names are easily remembered in the history of civilization with the word non-violence. Buddha, Christ, Tolstoy, Rola and Gandhi. The remarkable thing in this book is how a non-violent sage of the same age of the world saw and accepted another sage. The story of two huge souls in this book is told by Roma Roland and Mahatma Gandhi. Of course, it is only a partial history of Roller’s ever-moving tree soul trajectory. Only later did he abandon many of his thoughts with the skepticism of his true faith.
The author introduces the writing of this book, O Rabindranath, O Gandhi! India’s Indus and Ganges rivers! You have embraced East and West in twin embrace. First, you dream of light; The second is you Mahatma, you are the image of self-sacrifice and the sun! You are both descendants of God. Today this world is isolated and plagued by hatred and animosity. Scatter the seeds of God in the bosom of this world.
Extremely weak man, slender mind, calm eyes and two outstretched ears. Wearing a white turban on his head, a thick white one with two bare legs. The diet consists only of rice, fruits and water as required. Lying on the ground is just a short sleep, tiring work. His physical appearance is not to be taken lightly at all. Seeing him at first sight seems to be a symbol of immense patience and infinite love. When Pierce saw him in South Africa in 1913, he remembered the sage Frances of Assisi. His immense affection for the absolute enemy, his boundless courtesy, his infinite humility, his ever-conscious, restless, ‘I have done wrong’ – as if he were always ready to admit it. He never hides his mistakes, never compromises. Never resort to diplomacy. Never want to be overwhelmed by speech. He doesn’t even think about speech. His personality always makes people eager and eager for praise and reception, which he never liked.
This is Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the non-violence worshiping nation of India’s independence movement. He is the man who inspired 300 million people, shook the whole of the British Empire, and introduced into human politics the movement and ideology of one of the strongest policies in almost 2,000 years. That is why he has been awarded from Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi to all the people of India.