Gandhi's works as e-books

Gandhi's works as e-books

INDIA - The Navjivan Trust, founded by Mahatma Gandhi, has decided to bring out e-copies of all its books on India's father of the nation.

Navjivan will provide e-books on Gandhi either free or cheaper than the hard copies.

Managing trustee of Navjivan Vivek Desai told PTI: "We have completed the task of making 150 to 200 e-books and another 600 e-books shall be completed within the next two years."

Navjivan Trust was established by Gandhiji in 1929 to propagate the idea of Swaraj (self-rule), when India was struggling to free itself from the shackles of the British Raj.


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