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Mahatma Gandhi’s teachings are sadly lost, says N N Vohra

Mahatma Gandhi’s teachings are sadly lost, says N N Vohra
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New Delhi: Former Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra Wednesday said that Ghandhi Ji’s teachings have been lost in the present times.
“Gandhiji’s teachings, his message of compassion, brotherhood, non-violence, in my perception, from where I have been in last 10 years, are sadly all lost,” Vohra said during a book launch ceremony in Delhi.
“They have been vitiated, disintegrated and you can see much of the disorder and turmoil in the world all over, particularly in several parts of our own country,” he said.
Vohra was speaking at the launch of his new book “Gandhi: The Soul Force Warrior” at the India International Centre on Tuesday evening.
Vohra, also congratulated the author for writing the book and help spread Gandhi’s message, something he said he was afraid was getting “lost” in the present times.
The book written by former diplomat PA Nazareth has termed Mahatma Gandhi, one the “greatest revolutionaries” the world has ever seen.
“The previous century, which was the most blood-stained of all centuries in history, was the century of revolutions. Then all types of revolutions — fascist, communism, maoism — were triggered with hate, and accompanied with the worst type of violence,” said the author. “In this very moment, came a man who wanted to revolutionise revolution. Gandhi made revolution something that could endure and put humanity on a higher level in the ascent of man. That is the greatness of Gandhi,” the author added.
Notably, Vohra also helped in the translation of Nazareth’s earlier book ‘Gandhi’s Outstanding Leadership’, both in Dogri and Kashmiri. The book has been published in 12 Indian languages, along with 23 foreign languages since its release in 2006.
Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Mahatama Gandhi’s grand-daughter Tara Gandhi Bhattacharjee, former Attorney-General Soli Sorabjee, jurist Fali S Nariman were among other eminent personalities who attended the event. (PTI)

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