MYTH & FAQ
- Father of the Nation
- Responsible for Pakistan
- 55 Crores to Pakistan
- Belligerence of Muslims
- Sufficient for everybody's Need, not for Greed
- Nobel Peace Prize
- Quotation of Customer
- Seven Social Sins
- Gandhi's 11 Vows
- Scrawny Man?
- Was Gandhi a Saint?
- His Tradition Carried On?
- Was Indira Gandhi Related to Gandhi?
- Nonviolence According to Gandhi
- Inventor of Nonviolence?
- Is Nonviolence Hard to Practice?
- What is Satyagraha?
- Is Nonviolent Action Easiest Way?
- Nonviolence Works?
- Myth about Gandhi's Nonviolent Action
- Solving Unemployment
- Advocating Vegetarianism?
- What do Gandhi think about Christianity?
- Why Gandhiji was against Violence?
- Gandhiji, you have said that men who do not work, eat stolen food. What does it mean?
- Gandhi's letter to the Viceroy regarding the sentence of death to Bhagat Singh
- Gandhi And The Black People of South Africa By James d Hunt
- Resistance To The Soul: Gandhi And His Critics - By Michael F. Plotkin
(Complete Book available online)
SPITTING AT THE SUN
(Assassination of Gandhi :
Facts vs. Falsehood)
About This Book
Written by :Chunibhai Vaidya
Translated by :Ramesh Dave
Printed by : Umiya Offset,
Ahmedabad - 380 014,
First Published :
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About This Book
Written by : Mark Shepard
I.S.B.N : 0-938497-19-7
Copyright : © 1990, 1996, 2001, 2002 Mark Shepard
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Earlier versions of this book were published in booklet form by Simple Productions, Arcata, California, 1990, and in ebook form by Simple Productions, Los Angeles, 2001. This is the first paperback edition.
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Was Gandhi A Scrawny Man?
There are many myths about Gandhi. I'd like to point out a few of them and hopefully get rid of them for you.
First, a quick one: Gandhi was not a scrawny little man. Yes, his legs were scrawny-and bowed- but he had a barrel chest, and a deep, booming voice to match it. In pictures, you just don't notice his chest, because he usually had a cloth draped around it.
That was an easy one. Let's try another.
Source: Mahatma Gandhi and His Myths- By Mark Shepard