Dr. Arun Gandhi

Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi is an author, journalist, public speaker and agent of change promoting a modernized interpretation of M. K. Gandhi’s philosophy of nonviolence. His work also supports poor children near Mumbai who receive food, clothing, shelter and education. He recently authored “The Gift of Anger” which has widely translated around the world and has become an international bestseller.


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