At the insistence of Swami Anand, Gandhi ji set upon to record his autobiography, covering his life from early childhood to 1920. The Story of My Experiments with Truth lists the life experiences of Gandhi ji, all of which contributed to his spiritual evolvement, and in turn, influenced his way of thinking.
The book reflects his thoughts during the events that finally led to the movement of Swaraj. Gandhi’s inner conflicts, as described in the book, portray him as a common Indian man, to whom people can easily relate.
This book is a must read, as it is a live example of how modesty, wisdom and truth adapt themselves in the making of a Mahatma.
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