Lessons in Leadership From Gandhi’s Life Inside Prisons

Sunday, November 17, 2019

In the historian Ramachandra Guha’s extraordinarily-researched, brilliant chronicle of Gandhi’s life, one gets a fascinating glimpse of his life inside prisons. After all, the nation’s leader often courted arrest for willfully defying unjust laws. For a man who was renowned for being frenetically active, and constantly surrounded by friends, colleagues and followers, one wonders how he spent his time in confinement, which lasted for weeks, months or even years.

After each arrest, Gandhi was prepared to martyr every aspect of himself

In the month of January 1908,

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