Useful facts on Gandhi's conception of an ideal society. Gandhi's conception of an ideal society is a social structure in which individual may enjoy maximum freedom. In it power of the state is to be reduced….
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What was Gandhi's conception about religion and how did it affect his political view? Gandhi believes in unison of human life. All life is one to him. Truth is the ultimate reality and individuals are sparks…
Key notes on Gandhi's Concept of Satyagraha. Satyagraha implies deference to truth. It means to insist upon truth in the non-violent way. Further, it is a resistance through non-violence.
Gandhi's ideal State was a non-violent state of enlightened anarchy where social life would remain self-regulated. In that State there is no ruler, no subject, no government or no governed.
What were Gandhi’s Views on Trusteeship? Gandhiji differed from the Marxian concept of property. When Marx advocated a classless society and State-ownership of property, Mahatma Gandhi viewed that property should..
Gandhiji has, in this essay ‘National Education; presented his views on that kind of education which is most suitable for India. Their have been various kinds of reaction to his views but he is firm in his opinion that the system of education prevailing in India is defective.