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Title, हिंद स्वराज. Author, मोहनदास करमचंद गाँधी. Translator, अमृतलाल ठाकोरदास नाणावटी. Editor. Year, Publisher. परिशिष्ट - २ 'हिन्द स्वराज्य' के अध्ययनको आगे बढ़ानेके लिए नीचेकी पुस्तकें पढ़ना उपयोगी होगा: 1. English: Hind-swaraj is a collection of conversations of Mahatma Gandhi compiled into a book on idiologies about a nation. This book was published by.


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Free Download Gandhi Books in PDF | EPUB | MOBI format at one click (Right click on Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule: Download Complete Ebook free. Book Online .. Translated from Hindi by: Ramchandra Pradhan. Published by. Hind Swaraj has for long been hailed as Gandhi's diagnosis of modern by the influence of Gandhi used the word „sudharo' and not the Hindi industrial society. Hind Swaraj (हिन्द स्वराज) in Hindi by Mahatma Gandhi - Download ebook on Dailyhunt.

Sometimes the members talk away until the listeners are disgusted. Carlyle has called it the "talking shop of the world". Members vote for their party without a thought. Their so-called discipline binds them to it.

If any member, by way of exception, gives an independent vote, he is considered a renegade.

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If the money and the time wasted by Parliament were entrusted to a few good men, the English nation would be occupying today a much higher platform. Parliament is simply a costly toy of the nation. These views are by no means peculiar to me. Some great English thinkers have expressed them. One of the members of that Parliament recently said that a true Christian could not become a member of it.

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Another said that it was a baby. And if it has remained a baby after an existence of seven hundred years, when will it outgrow its babyhood? Reader : You have set me thinking; you do not expect me to accept at once all you say. You give me entirely novel views. T shall have to digest them.

Will you now explain the epithet "prostitute"? Editor : That you cannot accept my views at once is only right. If you will read the literature on this subject, you will have some idea of it. Parliament is without a real master. Under the Prime Minister, its movement is not steady but it is buffeted about like a prostitute. The Prime Minister is more concerned about his power than about the welfare of Parliament.

His energy is concentrated upon securing the success of his party. His care is not always that Parliament shall do right. Prime Ministers are known to have made Parliament do things merely for party advantage. All this is worth thinking over. Reader : Then you are really attacking the very men whom we have hitherto considered to be patriotic and honest? Editor : Yes, that is true; I can have nothing against Prime Ministers, but what I have seen leads me to think that' they cannot be considered really patriotic.

If they are to be considered honest because they do not take what are generally known as bribes, let them be so considered, but they are open to subtler influences. In order to gain their ends, they certainly bribe people with honours.

I do not hesitate to say that they have neither real honesty nor a living conscience. Reader : As you express these views about Parliament, I would like to hear you on the English people, so that I may have your view of their Government. Editor : To the English voters their newspaper is their Bible.

They take their cue from their newspapers which are often dishonest. The same fact is differently interpreted by different newspapers, according to the party in whose interests they are edited. One newspaper would consider a great Englishman to be a paragon of honesty, another would consider him dishonest. What must be the condition of the people whose- newspapers are of this type? Reader : You shall describe it. Editor : These people change their views frequently. It is said that they change them every seven years.

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But, as a matter of fact, it is generally acknowledged that the members are hypocritical and selfish. Radhakrishnan Published by: This fetish was at the crimes and made a mockery of pilgrimage.

This evil, too, was noticeable only in and around capitals.