Inspiring Thoughts || Kindle Book Review.

Good morning bookworms. How are you doing today??? Life’s good??? Happy Thanksgiving to you all!!!! Hope you are having a safe and healthy festival. I am having a great time. I am feeling better than before and life is getting easier as vaccine news is flying in the air. I have been having a hectic life reading novels and working but I am trying to cope up with it. I am hoping to get a normal life soon. But let’s ignore my crazy life and move on with this review. So come along, let’s start this review, shall we???

On 2nd October, the day Mahatma Gandhi was born, I decided to read a book on him as I wanted to pay respect to his bravery and his principles. He has always been a man who has made me grin with pride. When I was in Africa studying in different schools as my dad was a businessman and we had to keep moving to expand the business, I have always seen not only my history teachers but overall all the teachers mesmerised by him and his life. Indians are respected around the world because of his simple non-violent method. So here is the book’s review that I read to pay him a tribute. Come along and explore this book with me.

Inspiring Thoughts By Mahatma Gandhi.

•Book Description:

Author: Mahatma Gandhi.

Publisher: Rajpal & Sons.

Genre: Non-Fiction, Memoir.

Chapter: 1 Chapter.

Pages: 252 pages.

Series: No.

Time: 1 and 30 minutes.

Publishing / Published: 4th April 2017.

•Official Summary:

Mahatma Gandhi is ranked amongst the ten most influential persons of the twentieth century. Apart from the revolutionary ideas of satyagraha and non-violence Gandhiji expressed his definitive ideas on a wide range of themes – from politics and religion to sex-education and parenting. Many of his ideas which were then rejected and ridiculed are today being enthusiastically adopted and practiced by people all over the world. Dip into this “Inspiring Thoughts” and discover for yourself the multi-dimensional genius of the man who became Mahatma.

•My Rating.

5.0 Stars.

•My Review.


This book has me enchanted. I can’t even imagine the struggle and journey of Gandhi Ji and India to this freedom. The quotes and lessons that I got from this book will stay in my brain and my heart forever. Each and every quote was something deep and meaningful that everyone needs to understand. Gandhi Bapu has given India not only freedom but also some great advice, that is written in this book. It’s a must-try for everyone. If you want to learn from Bapu you have to read this book and follow his path. I am mesmerized and shocked at such simplicity of Bapu. It deserves a great 2 hours of book club discussion. This book was very nice and I learnt so much from it.

So that’s it, people. I loved this book and highly recommend you all to read it, after all, it is a book on India and it is about Mahatma Gandhi. So go read it and I will meet you in a few days, stay safe and be happy, until then…

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8 responses to “Inspiring Thoughts || Kindle Book Review.”

  1. The name tells tales, sounds like an inspiring read [P.s. not from the title but by your review]


  2. Your review is too good and you analyze a book so well


  3. He certainly was an inspiring man. His non-violent protests changed so much too.
    Glad to hear you are feeling better.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx


  4. Seems like a book which I should read soon. Thank you so much for the review!


  5. An extremely powerful way of reviewing the book. Just tempts me to grab it right away and have ordered one. Keep up the good work!


  6. Seems like a great read. Thanks for the review.


  7. I have to read this book soon. Great write up Suzan.


  8. Wow! This sounds like an inspiring read!


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