Gandhiji's Concept of Religion and its Relevance in Present Society

  • Sarat Talukdar
  • Dr. P.K. Talukdar
  • Dr. Hitesh Kalita
Keywords: Religion, Gandhiji, Society

Abstract

Religion comes out of life and can never be divorced from it. The root meaning of religion is that which binds men together and which binds the loose ends of impulses, desires and various processes of each individual. Hence it is an integrative experience of men collectively and individually. In this regards Gandhiji's concept of religion contains various aspects- truth, non-violence brotherhood, peace etc. To Gahdhiji, a free and peaceful world will emerge only when the spirituality irrigates men's personal and social life.

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Published
2018-06-30
How to Cite
Sarat Talukdar, Dr. P.K. Talukdar, & Dr. Hitesh Kalita. (2018). Gandhiji’s Concept of Religion and its Relevance in Present Society. International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, 8(3), 129-130. Retrieved from http://www.ijemr.net/ojs/index.php/ojs/article/view/310
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