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Besides spending days of his life at Birla House before his assassination, he lived in a colony of manual scavengers for over days in , and Kasturba Kutir, a hut in north Delhi with his wife Kasturba.

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Gandhi used his stay in the colony to promote a movement against manual scavenging. India will be observing the th anniversary of Gandhi's birth this year. Prime Minister Modi has announced plans for a major ceremony dedicating a Clean India to Gandhi on Oct 2, the date of his birth. Delhi Tourism recently released a calendar listing a dozen places including Kasturba Kutir associated with Gandhi.

Up until five years ago, Gandhi tours were mostly confined to Gujarat state where he was born and brought up, or Bihar where he launched his first civil disobedience movement for indigo farmers after his return from South Africa in Sites in Gujarat associated with the father of independence include Porbandar, his birthplace; Ahmedabad where he set up an ashram; Rajkot, where his father served as diwan prime minister to the king; and Dandi where he undertook his famous march against tax on salt in As part of the th anniversary commemorations, the Indian government has released a special edition of Gandhi's autobiography, The Story of My Experiments with Truth , and a compilation of books as the Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi , running to 55, pages.

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Photo: Urban Adventures. Keywords prime minister tour operators anniversary commemorations disobedience movement. The Beatitudes, the Commandments and just plain logic are encompassed through these pages. The time frame was World War I.

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The United States entered World War I on April 6, and so this particular book includes such articles dealing with the topics of the day. World War I ended November 11, This year saw the end of "The Great Litigation".

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God's thoughts passing to man; spiritual intuitions, pure and perfect; the inspiration of goodness, purity and immortality, counteracting all evil, sensuality, and mortality. The CS Publishing Society thought so highly of these articles that they were reproduced and put in pamphlet form in at the height of the Great Litigation.

The Bible is preeminently the book of the soldier. Relinquishing his previous pacifist approach, the pontiff launched a new phase of active diplomacy — a peace offensive. After the failure of the papal diplomatic efforts and the Peace Note of , Vatican diplomacy reached its low point.

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Thus, the pontiff was not invited to the Paris Peace Conference that convened Jan. Nonetheless, Benedict XV urged the Allies, who were devising the Treaty of Versailles, to avoid imposing excessive demand for reparations on Germany, warning that it would create long-term resentment and undermine the rule of international law.

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The pope fought for a post-war settlement that would guarantee a just peace for the future. Against the retributive model of justice and the shortsighted culture of nationalism, the pontiff proposed a restorative justice, a long-term constructive forgiveness that would lead to reconciliation. Benedict also believed that peace should be attained through the unification of Europe as a project of reconciliation.