THE WOMAN WHO INSPIRED A MAHATMA AND REBORN THE ROLE OF WOMEN, MOTHERHOODS AND WOMEN IN INDIA’S FREEDOM MOVEMENT

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PHILADELPHIA, May 16, 2022

PHILADELPHIA CREAM, May 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Global Collective Publishers announced today that it will publish an international campaigner for peace and nonviolence Arun Gandhi. Mr. Gandhi, the 5th grandson of Mahatma and Kasturba Gandhihas been a longtime leader in peacebuilding, having founded the MK Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence in 1991 in Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN. In this new updated edition, Arun Gandhi reveals the inner world of the powerful woman behind her husband. Mr. Gandhi spent nearly thirty years researching and compiling the remarkable story of his grandmother Kasturba Gandhi. This new edition is scheduled for August 15, 2022on the occasion of india Independence day.

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Arun Gandhicarrying on the legacy of peacebuilding and non-violence by the Mahatma grandparents and Kasturba Gandhi.

Arun and his late wife Sunanda spent their lives initiating projects for the social and economic uplift of the oppressed using constructive programs, the backbone of Gandhi’s philosophy of non-violence. The programs have transformed the lives of over half a million people in over 300 villages and they continue to grow.

About Global Collective Publishers:
Founded as an independent press in 2019, Global Collective’s mission is to provide a platform for voices from around the world, crossing boundaries of language, culture and religion, to create a space where diverse communities can exchange stories that express their individual and shared feelings. sense of humanity across a variety of literary genres.

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