Mahatma Gandhi’s Creed Of Non-violence is the need of the hour

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While the world continues burning in the feral blaze of hatred, racism and discrimination, Mahatma Gandhi and his philosophy of non-violence, on the commemoration of his 60th death anniversary, is becoming increasingly relevant globally. Applying the principles of non-violence, Nelson Mandela peacefully dismantled apartheid in South Africa and Martin Luther King Jr. secured democratic rights for the blacks in a racially polarized American society. Could Gandhism bind the modern world together?

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