Relevance of Gandhi’s Ideas to Modern India Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Introduction Mahatma Gandhi also known as the great soul (Mahatma) for the selfless nonviolent and courageous methods which characterized how he lived and his attempts to instill reforms for the benefit of his fellow Indians and the world as an entirety (Gould 2015). This essay will described the wisdom and knowledge which can be gathered from a person who was neither a stranger to defeat or to error not simple to comprehend who continues inspiring many people. Generally the paper will try explaining how relevant the life and ideas of Mahatma Gandhi are to the problems and potentials of contemporary India and the globe as a whole. It will define the path to studying suggested by Gandhi who was a very shrewd strategist and tactician as well (Attenborough et al. 1982). As such the essay will describe the posing the question of the validity of Gandhian methodology to modern age strikes an astounding necessity for him for this era. The leadership and ideals of Gandhi hold a very relevant social and moral mirror to contemporary society. Therefore the Gandhian model as well as the current economy of India and the world appear to be getting nearer to one another. References Attenborough R. Kingsley B. Bergen C. Fox E. Gielgud J. & Columbia Pictures. (1982). Ghandi. Burbank CA: Columbia TriStar Home Video. Fraser B. (2017). The Spirit of India: An Exploration of Rabindranath Tagore’s and Mahatma Gandhi’s Ideas on Nationalism. Tagore and Nationalism 245-256. doi:10.1007/978-81-322-3696-2_16 Gould J. W. (2015). Gandhi’s Relevance Today. Gandhi’s Significance for Today 7-17. doi:10.1007/978-1-349-20354-3_2 Malik D. U. (2011). Relevance of Mahatma Gandhi’s Philosophy in Today’s Scenario. Indian Journal of Applied Research 3(10) 1-2. doi:10.15373/2249555x/oct2013/30 Routray S. (2011). The imaginary institution of India: politics and ideas. Contemporary South Asia 19(3) 339-340. doi:10.1080/09584935.2011.594265 [...]
2. Essay 1500 word to answer the question how relevant are Ghandi’s life and ideas to the problems and potentials or contemporary India. (Based on the Movie Ghandi Directed by Richard Attenborough) (1982). This Essay is not a movie review.