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non violence of Gandhiji

MK Gandhi, an extremist of non-violence

Gandhi’s non-violence was of extreme (Charam-panthee) type and anything extreme is unsuitable for human society specifically when it was applicable only on Hindus of British India, who were followers of the Indian National Congress.

Nonviolence- The highest religion

If someone attacks you instead of trying to protect yourself, why should anyone surrender themselves to their killer? What is the benefit of that? 

M K Gandhi & ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’

The usage of the term Ahimsa Parom Dharma (originated from Mahabharat) in the context of Indian freedom struggle is the greatest Gandhian distortion and deception of twentieth century India.

Gandhi – A Sainthood that never existed

Gandhi may be a saintly figure to many Indians but undoubtedly he was a key political figure in pre-independence India.

The hidden side of M K Gandhi

Gandhi’s gross hypocrisies were guarded by British and Western media, as well as, Indian National Congress. It was not for nothing that Jinnah called M K Gandhi “wily Gandhi”. Gandhi was the wrong man in right time and right place. 

गांधी तुम भी जिंदा थे..

ते मजहब की और धर्म की करते निंदा थे। जब टुकड़े हुए थे भारत के तब गांधी तुम भी जिंदा थे।

Gandhi- One of our greatest sons but NOT the father of our nation

To call Gandhiji as the Father of the Nation is inappropriate. No man deserves that divine title. Gandhi was one of the many greats who shaped our country’s destiny.

Raging debates over Gandhi and Savarkar- Good for democracy

This country should know both Gandhi and Savarkar’s views. The present liberals try to adopt Gandhi ji and often quote him. As a matter of fact, Gandhi ji was against liberalism practised in the West.

Only Mahatma Gandhi and Technology can make India a world leader

Gandhi built non-violence movement. India built Gandhi. Nonviolence is part of India's culture and teachings. Gandhi was merely the genius saint who applied old teachings for the independence movement.

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