Gandhiji carved a philosophy which he nurtured and upheld throughout his life, only to be known later as Gandhian Philosophy. The three cardinals of Gandhian Philosophy ? truth, love and non-violence ? are so coherent, cohesive and co-focal that the absence of even one breaches the wholesomeness of the structure. However, all these elements ought to be understood across a much wider plane and in a much deeper sense beyond the threshold of their common meanings.
The importance of the human factor in contemporary management can be seen in its finest form in Gandhian Management. Gandhiji?s humanitarian canvas was so global, and clarion call for natural justice so intense that he became an institution by himself much before the world discovered this reality.
About the Author:
Dr Ram Pratap is an acaademician and held many important positions in the field