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Het boek van wijsheid : 11 levenslessen van mijn grootvader Mahatma Gandhi

Arun Gandhi (author)
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Het boek van wijsheid : 11 levenslessen van mijn grootvader Mahatma Gandhi

Arun Gandhi werd liefdevol opgevoed en opgeleid door zijn grootvader, totdat die in 1948 werd vermoord. Nu is Arun over de hele wereld bekend als activist, spreker en verspreider van het gedachtegoed van Mahatma Gandhi. Hij is de laatste die de intieme, persoonlijke verhalen over deze spirituele icoon kan vertellen. Arun Gandhi groeide op in de beroemde ashram van Mahatma Gandhi. De grondlegger v
Title
Het boek van wijsheid : 11 levenslessen van mijn grootvader Mahatma Gandhi
Author
Arun Gandhi
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
The gift of anger
Publisher
[Plaats van uitgave niet vastgesteld]: HarperCollins Holland, 2017
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789402753844
CloudLibrary
6q6rdz9
Placing suggestion
158.2 (SISO) Oosters denken ; Oosters denken (ZIZO)

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About Arun Gandhi

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Arun Manilal Gandhi (born 1934) is an Indian-American socio-political activist, and the fifth grandson of Mahatma Gandhi through his second son Manilal. Although he has followed in the footsteps of his grandfather as an activist, he has eschewed the ascetic lifestyle of his grandfather. In 2017 he published The Gift of Anger: And Other Lessons From My Grandfather Mahatma Gandhi (New York: Gallery Books/Jeter Publishing 2017).

Early life

Arun Gandhi grew up in South Africa, with his parents and sister, at the Phoenix, Durban settlement in South Africa, which his grandfather Mohandas Gandhi had established in 1904. Arun did not meet his grandfather until the age of 12 (though he had seen him once briefly at age 5) when Arun went to live with him for two years (1946–48) at the Sevagram ashram in India. Arun left Sevagram to return to his home in South Africa just weeks before Mohandas Gandhi was assassinated in the gard…Read more on Wikipedia