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Moved By Love

(The Memoirs of Vinoba Bhave)

 


Translated by : Marjorie Sykes

First Edition : 1994

Price : Rs. 100/-


Published by : Dr. Parag Cholkar

Paramdham Prakashan, (Gram-seva Mandal), Pavnar, Wardha - 442 111, India.

 

Printed by : Shyam Brothers, Ganesh Peth, Nagpur, India.


© Gram-seva Mandal


1.  Moved By Love

2.  Preface

3.  Forward

4. Introduction

5.  To Begin With

 

PART ONE : A YOUTH UNYOKED (1895-1916)

6. My Village Home

7.  My Grandfather

8.  My Mother

9.   My Father The Yogi

10. Beginning The Quest

 

PART TWO : ACCEPTING THE YOKE (1916-1951)

11.  The Service Of The Saint

12. The Holy Task

13.  Paramdham At Paunar

14.  Prison Ashrams

15.  To Raise The Lowliest

 

PART THREE : WEARING THE YOKE (1951-1970)

16. On Foot Through India

17.  The Bhoodan-Ganga Flows On

18.  New Steps Forward

19.  Northward And Eastward

20.  To The Starting Point-To Start Again

21.  Studying, Teaching, Writing

22.  Laboratories For Living

23.  Karma And Vikarma

24. The Open Vision

 

PART FOUR : FREED FROM THE YOKE (1970-1982)

  On The Road To Freedom

 

Epilogue: Narrative By Vinoba's Attendants

 

 

 

Appendix: 'Who is Vinoba?'  By Mahatma Gandhi

 

 

Map

 

 

Index

 

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New-Additions

Following new books are uploaded for free on-line reading.


1. "Where Silence Speaks" in English book section.
2. "Tuka Akashayevdha" in Marathi book section.
3. "Sadhana Santasudha Vinobanchya Hastaksharat" in Marathi book section.
4. "Ishavasya Vrutti" By Acharya Vinoba, translated in German in German book section.

Vinoba's handwriting

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Truth, Love, Compassion 

Vinoba's Good Wishes to the World

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