The Story of My Experiments With Truth

Mahatma Gandhi Autobiography

Authors: Mahatma Gandhi,

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The story of a boy who grew up in Gujarat and came to be known by the world as Mahatma (Great Soul) by defeating the British Empire without using a single weapon. This book is the life of Gandhi, in his own words, where he confesses some of his life’s greatest mistakes and experiences — breaking all controversies and shedding light on how he changed the world.

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