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Gandhi-GR-Ikeda Library

The Gandhi-Ramachandran-Ikeda Library which was opened on 22 May 2009 with 6200 books and 126 journals and periodicals have added 1826 books during the last 3 years. The library is a reference library and admission is restricted to members from whom no fee is levied. It is kept opened on all Sundays and Saturdays and a qualified librarian takes care of the library. There is a children’s section with illustrated classics and videos. This section is very popular and students in large from the schools in the neighborhood regularly make use of the children’s corner.

Additions to the Gandhi-Ramachandran-Ikeda Library

The following books have been added to the Gandhi-Ramachandran-Ikeda library attached to the Ikeda Centre for Value Creation at the Gandhigrih, Gandhinagar, Plavod, Trivandrum in India.

  1. 100 volume The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi (Ministry of Informa­tion and Broadcasting, Government of India, 1995).
  2. My Experiments with Truth (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1948).
  3. Constructive Programme: Its Meaning and Place (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1948).
  4. Conversations of Gandhiji Chandrashankar Shukiai(ed.), (Bombay: Vora, 1949).
  5. Delhi Diary (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1958) vol. 1.
  6. The Diary of Mahadev Desai, trans. V. G. Desai (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1953) vol. 1.
  7. Discourses on the Gita (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1960).
  8. Ethical Religion (Madras- Ganesan, 1922).
  9. From Yeravada Mandir, trans. V. G. Desai, (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1932).
  10. Hind Swaraj (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1938).
  11. Key to Health, (Ahmedabad: Navijivan, 1948).
  12. The Mind of Mahatma Gandhi, R. K. Prabhu and U. R. Rao (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1967).
  13. The Moral and Political Writings of Mahatma Gandhi, Raghavan lyer (ed.), 2 vols. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1986).
  14. More Conversations of Gandhiji Chandrashankar Shukia (ed.), (Bombay: Vora, 1950).
  15. Satyagraha in South Africa, trans. V. G. Desai (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1928).
  16. Unto This Last, A Paraphrase (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1956).
  17. Bedekar, D. K., Towards Understanding Gandhi (Bombay: Popular Prakashann, 1975).
  18. Biswas, S. C., Gandhi: Theory and Practice, Social Impact and Contemporary Relevance (Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1969).
  19. Bondurant, J. V., Conquest of Violence (New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1965).
  20. Brock, P., The Mahatma and Mother India (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1983).
  21. Brown, J. M., Gandhi's Rise to Power (Cambridge University Press, 1972).
  22. Brown, J. M., Gandhi and Civil Disobedience (Cambridge University Press, 1977).
  23. Bose, N. K., Studies in Gandhism (Ahmeoabad: Navajivan, 1972).
  24. Chandra, B., Nationalism and Colonialism in Modern -India (Delhi: Orient Longman, 1979).
  25. Chatterjee, M., Gandhi's Religious Thought (London: Macmillan, 1983).
  26. Dalton, D., Indian Idea of freedom (Haryana: Academic Press, 1982).
  27. Damie, P. R., Glimpses of Gandhiji (Pune: Shubhada Saraswat, 1982).
  28. Das, B. and Mishra, G., Gandhi in Today's India (Ashish Publishing House, 1979).
  29. Dasgupta, S., Philosophical Assumptions for Training in Non-Violence (Ahme­dabad: Gujarat Vidyapith, 1984.
  30. Desai, A. R., Social Background of Indian Nationalism (Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1982).
  31. Desai, M., The Story ofBardoli (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1957).
  32. Dhawan, G., The Political Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi (Ahmedabad Nava­jivan, 1962).
  33. Erikson, E. H., Gandhi's Truth (New York: W. W. Norton, 1969).
  34. Fischer, L., The Life of Mahatma Gandhi (Bombay: Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, 1983).
  35. Hegde, V. S., Gandhi's Philosophy of Law (Delhi: Naurang Rai Concept Publishing Co., 1976).
  36. Hiriyanna, M. A., Outlines of Indian Philosophy (London: Alien & Unwin, 1973).
  37. Horsburgh, H. J. N., Non-Violence and Aggression (Oxford University Press, 1968).
  38. Hutchins, F. G., India's Revolution (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1973).
  39. lyer, R., Moral and Political Writings of Mahatma Gandhi, vols. I, II and III, (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1986).
  40. lyer, R., The Moral and Political Thought of Mahatma Gandhi (Oxford University Press, 1973).
  41. Keer, D., Mahatma Gandhi: Political Saint and Unarmed Prophet (Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1973).
  42. Khanna, S., Gandhi and the Good Life (Delhi: Gandhi Peace Foundation, 1985).
  43. Krishna, D., Social Philosophy Past and Future (Simla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1969).
  44. Krishnadas, Seven Months with Mahatma Gandhi (Bombay: Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, 1983).
  45. Kumar, R. (ed.). Essays in Gandhian Politics (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971).
  46. Lahiry, A., Gandhi in Indian Politics (Calcutta: Firma KLM Pvt. Ltd., 1976).
  47. Lewis, M. D., Maker of Modern Indial (New York: D. C. Heath, 1965).
  48. Mathur, J. S. and Sharma P. C., Facets of Gandhian Thought (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1975).
  49. Mathur, J. S. and Sharma P. C., Non-Violence and Social Change (Ahmeda­bad: Navajivan, 1977).
  50. Mehta, V., Mahatma Gandhi and His Apostles (London: Andre Deutsch, 1977).
  51. Nanda, B. R., Gokhale, Gandhi and the Nehrus (London: Alien & Unwin, - 1974).
  52. Nandy A., The Intimate Enemy (Oxford University Press, 1983).
  53. Narasimhaiah, C. D., Gandhi and the West (Mysore University Press, 1969).
  54. Nehru, ]., The Discovery of India (Oxford University Press, 1946).
  55. Niebuhr, R., Moral Man and Immoral Society (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1960).
  56. O'Sullivan, N. (ed.). Terrorism, Ideology and Revolution (Harvester Press, 1986).
  57. Patel, C. N., Mahatma Gandhi in His Gujarati Writings (Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1981).
  58. Pyarelal, Towards New Horizons (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1959).
  59. Pyarelal, Mahatma Gandhi - The Early Phase, vol. I (Ahmedabad: Navajivan, 1965).
  60. Radhakrishnan, S., Mahatma Gandhi - Essays and Reflections on His Life and Work (Jaico Publishing House, 1956).
  61. Rattan, R., Gandhi's Concept of Political Obligation (Delhi: Minerva Associ­ates, 1972).
  62. Roy, D. K., Among the Great (Pondicherry: All India Books, 1945).
  63. Roy, R., Self and Society, A Study in Gandhian Thought (Delhi: Sage Publica­tions, 1985).
  64. Sharp, C., Gandhi Wields the Weapon of Moral Power (Ahmedabad: Nava­jivan, 1960).
  65. Swan, M., Gandhi - The South African Experience (Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1985).
  66. Tahtinen, U., Ahimsa: Non-violence in Indian Tradition (Ahmedabad: Nava­jivan, 1976).
  67. Tomlinson, P. R., The Indian National Congress and the Raj, 1929-1942 (London: Macmillan Press, 1976).
  68. Varma, V. P., The Political Philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi and Sarvodya (Delhi: Lakshmi Naraian Agarwal, 1959).
  69. Watson, F. and Brown, M., Talking of Gandhi] i (London: Orient Longman, 1957).
  70. Woodcock, G., Gandhi (London: Fontana, 1972).
  71. Yajnik, I. K., Gandhi As I Know Him (Delhi: Danish Mahal, 1943).
  72. Younger, P., Introduction to Indian Religious Thought (London: Westminster Press, 1972).