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Books of and on Gandhi

Andrews, Charles F:Mahatma Gandhi – His Life and Ideas (Mumbai, Jaico
Publishing House, 2005)

Arendt Hannah : On Violence, Harcourt Brace, New York

Arne, Naess : Gandhi and Group Conflict:An Exploration of Satyagraha
(Oslo, Universitets forlaget 1974)

Axelrod Alan : ,Gandhi CEO: 14 Principles to Guide & Inspire Modern Leaders
(London, Sterling Publishers, 2010)

Bondurant Joan :Conquest of Violence : Gandhian Philosophy of Conflict
(Princeton U. Press, 1988)

Brown, Judith M. : Gandhi : Prisoner of Hope (New Haven : Yale University
Press, 1989)

Brown, Judith M. : Gandhi and Civil Disobedience: The Mahatma in Indian
Politics 1928 –34 (Cambridge University Press 1989)

Chatterjee, Margaret: Gandhi and Challenge of Religious Diversity (New
Delhi, Promila & Co, 2005)

Chopra, Deepak:Peace is the Way: Bringing War and Violence to an End
(Random House, 2005)

Copley, Antony : Gandhi Against the Tide (Oxford University Press, 1987)

Dalton, Dennis: Gandhi : Non-Violent Power in Action (New York, Columbia
University Press, 1993)

Desai, Mahadev :The Gita According to Gandhi (Navjivan, Ahmedabad, 1946)

Doke, J.J. : M.K.Gandhi : An Indian Patriot in South Africa (London, 1909)

Erikson, Erik :Gandhi’s Truth:On the Origins of Militant Non Violence(New
York, Norton, 1969)

Fischer, Louis : The Life of Mahatma Gandhi (Harper & Row, 1950)

French Patrick : Liberty or Death (New Delhi, Harper Collins,1997)

Galtung, Johann : The Way is the Goal : Gandhi Today (Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Vidyapith, 1992)

Gandhi, Rajmohan : The Good Boatman : Portrait of Gandhi (New Delhi,
Viking 1995); Gandhi : The Man, His People and The Empire (New Delhi,
Viking 2007)

Gandhi, M.K :Autobiography - Story of My Experiments with
Truth(Navjivan,Ahmedabad, 1927); Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule
(Navjivan, Ahmedabad, 1927); Satyagraha in South Africa (Navjivan,
Ahmedabad, 1947); India of my Dreams (Navjivan, Ahmedabad, 1947);
Trusteeship (Navjivan, Ahmedabad, 1927); Collected Works (New Delhi,
Publications Division, GOI, 1958-84)

Green, Martin : Gandhi : Voice of a New Age Revolution (New York, Harper
Collins,1993)

Green, Martin : Origins of Non-Violence : Tolstoy and Gandhi in their
Historical Settings (New Delhi, Harper Collins, 1998)

Gregg, Richard : The Power of Non-Violence (Navjivan, Ahmedabad, 1960)
Guha, Ramachandra : India after Gandhi - The History of the World’s Largest Democracy (New York, Harper Collins 2007)

Hardiman, David : Gandhi in His Time and Ours (Delhi, Permanent Black, 2003)

Herman Arthur :Gandhi & Churchill : The Epic Rivalry that Destroyed an Empire and Forged Our Age (New York, Bantam Books 2009)

Hunt, James : Gandhi and the Non Conformists : Encounters in South Africa
(Promilla and Company, New Delhi, 1986.)

Hunter, Doris : Non-Violence – Ethics in Action (Gandhi Peace Foundation,
New Delhi, 1971)

Ingram, Catherine : In the Footsteps of Gandhi (Rupa Publication, Calcutta,
1997)

Iyer, N. Raghavan : Moral and Political Thought of Mahatma Gandhi (New
York, Oxford University Press, 1973)

Jha, D.C:Mahatma Gandhi,Congress & Partition of India ( NewDelhi,Sanchar
Pub. House, 1995)

Jurgensmeyer, Mark : Gandhi’s Way: A Handbook of Conflict Resolution
(Berkley, University of California Press, 2003)

King Martin Luther Jr. : Strength to Love ( London, Hodder & Stoughton.1964)
& Stride to Freedom : The Montgomery Story (New York, Harper, 1958
King, Mary Elizabeth : Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. – The
Power of Non Violent Action ( Paris, UNESCO, 1999)

Krolick, Sanford & Cannon, Betty (Eds) : Gandhi in the Post Modern Age
(Golden, Colorado School of Mines Press, 1984)

Kumarappa, J.C. : Economy of Permanence ( Varanasi, Sarva Seva Sangh
Prakashan, 1997)

Kurlansky Mark : Non Violence : Twenty Five Lessons From the History of A
Dangerous Idea – Modern Library, Random House, New York 2006.

Lelyveld Joseph: Great Soul : Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle with India.
-Alfred A. Knopf. (New York 2011)

Lanza del Vasto J.J. : Warriors of Peace : Writings on the Technique of
Non Violence (New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1974)

Lumby, E.W.R : The Transfer of Power in India (George Allen and Unwin
Ltd., London, 1954 )

Lutz, Mark : Trusteeship – The Gandhian Alternative (New Delhi, Gandhi
Peace Foundation, 1986)

Madeleine, Slade : The Spirit’s Pilgrimage (London, Orient Longman, 1960)

Mandela Nelson : The Sacred Warrior : The Liberator of South Africa Looks at the Seminal Work of the Liberator of India. (Time, New York, December 31,
1999)

Markovitz, Claude : The Un-Gandhian Gandhi (Delhi, Permanent Black, 2003)

Mathews, James : The Matchless Weapon – Satyagraha (Bombay, Bharatiya
Vidya Bhavan, 1989 )

Mehta, Gita: The Raj (New York, Simon & Schuster, 1989)

Merton, Thomas : Gandhi on Non-Violence – Selected Texts from his Non Violence in Peace and War (New York, New Directions Publishing Corporation, 1964)

Mesthrie Uma Dhupelia : Gandhi’s Prisoner : The life of Gandhi’s Son Manilal
(New Delhi, Permanent Black, 2004

Nair Kesavan : A Higher Standard of Leadership: Lessons from the Life of
Gandhi (San Francisco, Berrett-Koehler Publishers;1997)

Nanda, B.R.: Mahatma Gandhi – A Biography (Oxford University Press, 1958)
& In Search of Gandhi (New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2002) & Gandhi
and his Critics (New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1985) & Gandhi : Pan
Islamism, Imperialism and Nationalism (Oxford University Press, 1989)
&Indian Foreign Policy – The Nehru Years (New Delhi, Vikas, 1976)

Nauriya Anil : The African Element in Gandhi (New Delhi, National Gandhi
Museum, 2006)

Nehru, Jawaharlal : Autobiography (London, John Lane, 1936) & The
Discovery of India (Calcutta, Signet Press,1946) &Indian Foreign Policy
(New Delhi, GOI Publications Division, 1961)

Ostergard, Geoffrey: Non-Violent Revolution in India (Gandhi Peace
Foundation, New Delhi,1985)

Paige, Glenn : Global Non Killing Political Science (New Delhi: Gandhi Media
Center, 2002; Xlibris 2002; Honolulu: Center for Global Nonkilling, 3rd ed. 2009).
Paige, Glenn and Satha Anand, Chaiwat : Islam and Non Violence (Honolulu,
Centre for Global Non Violence, 1992)

Pande Malabika : Gandhi’s Vision of Social Transformation; Rawat
Publications, New Delhi 2011.

Pani, Narendar: Inclusive Economics :Gandhian Method and Contemporary
Policy(New Delhi, Sage Publications, 2001)

Panter-Brick Simone : Gandhi Against Machiavellism: Non-Violence in Politics
(Bombay, Asia Publishing House,1967) & Gandhi and the Middle East – Jews,
Arabs and Imperial Interests (New York, I.B.Tauris, 2008)

Parel, Antony (Ed) : Gandhi – Hind Swaraj and other Writings (Cambridge
University Press 1997)

Pinto, Vivek : Gandhi’s Vision and Values (New Delhi, Sage Publications,
1998)

Roberts, Adam :Strategy of Civilian Defence : Non Violent Resistance to
Aggression(London, Faber, 1967)

Romain Rolland and Gandhi Correspondence (New Delhi, Publcn. Div. GOI,
1976)

Rudolph, Lloyd & Suzanne : Gandhi – The Traditional Roots of Charisma
(Hyderabad, Orient Longman, 1987 ) & Post Modern Gandhi (Chicago, Chicago
Univ. Press, 2006)

Schell, Jonathan : The Unconquerable World (New York, Metropolitan Books,
2003)

Schumacher, E.F. : Small is Beautiful( New Delhi, Radha Krishna, 1970)

Sharp, Gene : The Politics of Non-Violent Action (Boston, Porter Sargent,
1973) & Waging Non Violent Struggl : 20th Century Practice and 21st Century
Potential (Boston, Porter Sargent, 2005)

Shean, Vincent : Lead Kindly Light (New York, Random House 1949)

Shridharani, K. : War Without Violence (Bombay, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan,
1962)

Sonnlietner, Michael W. : Gandhian Non-Violence – Levels of Satyagraha
(New Delhi, Abhinav Publications, 1985)

Srimati Kamala : Mahatma Gandhi - An American Profile (Washington,
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Centre, 1987)

Thomas T. K : A Christian Response to Gandhian Satyagraha ( Christava
Sahithya Samithi/ Ecumenical Christian Academy, Kottayam, 1970 )

Thomson, Mark : Gandhi and His Ashrams (Mumbai, Popular Prakashan, 1993)

Tutu Desmond : God has a dream - A Vision of Hope for Our Times (New
York, Doubleday, 2003): The Rainbow People of God. New York: Doubleday, 1994.

Webb, Thomas: On the Salt March (New Delhi, Harper Collins Publishers, 1997)

Weber, Thomas : Conflict Resolution & Gandhian Ethics (New Delhi, Gandhi Peace Fndn, 1991)

 

 

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