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Gandhi, the Communicator

Author Name: Dr. Navodita Pande | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

Comprising of 14 chapters, Gandhi, the Communicator deals with Gandhian ideals based on the author’s study of the Mahatma at the Gandhi Museum, Rajkot in Gujarat. The chapters are named after truth, celibacy, control of the palate, ahimsa, removal of untouchability, non-possession (aparigraha), abhay (fearlessness), asteya (non-stealing), zaat-mehnat (bread labour), equality of religions (sarva dharm sambhaav or tolerance) and swadeshi. Gandhiji was inspired by four main thinkers – Leo Tolstoy on whose name he even named one of his farms, John Ruskin, Henry David Thoreau and Gopal Krishna Gokhale.


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Dr. Navodita Pande

Navodita works as a teacher of mass media and communication in Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh. She has a doctoral degree on the topic ‘Media Coverage of Elections and Voting Behaviour: A Case Study of a Single Lok Sabha Constituency in Uttar Pradesh’ (2017). She has authored four other books on yoga and political communication. She also writes for a website on yoga and media. In her free time she loves to teach and educate the young children about their rights and educate them and provide them career counselling. She is in the process of creating several online courses on media literacy, holistic education and yoga.