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Gandhi was a unique spiritual person. Step-by-step, he reached at the pinnacle of existence, where no one has reached before. He converted weakness as strength and became undisputed leader of India. He was a vicious reader and writer. Whatever he wrote, wrote with a purpose. Gandhi spent six years, four months, twenty four days in different jails. In a series of article Gandhi wrote about his experiences in jail. These writings are reproduced here without any distortions and alternations so that the readers drew their own conclusions. Gandhi’s experimentation in gaol is unique and fundamental. Gandhi used every aspect of his life in a constructive and positive way. ‘Gaol Experiences of Mahatma Gandhi’ will open new vistas of research and proper understanding of Gandhi’s life in prison. A useful collection provides a new insight on the subject to be read by critics, admirers, researchers and general readers. Printed Pages: 136.