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I invite you to read a series of essays on Gandhi that I have done. In it, little-known beliefs of his are discussed, such as his idea that women who are being raped should not be defended with violent force. The essays cover his long period of loyalty to Britain, his racism, the Christian foundation of his religious beliefs, his unusual relations with the women of his ashram, and his desire for the Hindus of partition to willingly let themselves be slaughtered by Muslims. Also discussed are his belief in the equality of all religions, the true origin of the Indian revolutionary movement in 19th century Bengal, Gandhi’s inability to follow the kshatriya dharma, his ‘advice’ to soldiers, why India has always been one nation, and even a section describing how the Aryan Invasion Theory brought disaster to Europe. Finally, I analyze the continued Gandhian influence on India’s current political class. Free viewing and download is available at the link below.