An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 2, Chapters 10-15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapters 10-15 Summary

Gandhi begins attending Mr. Banker's prayer meetings. He meets other people of Mr. Banker's religion and he expands his study of religion. A man by the name of Mr. Coates tries to convert him to Christianity and wants to break the Vaishnava necklace of Tulasi-beads that Gandhi wears. Gandhi refuses to allow Mr. Coates to break the necklace, which was a gift from his mother, and also rejects converting to Christianity.

Gandhi wants to study the conditions of Indians in Pretoria. He begins by holding a meeting and relating their conditions. He speaks to the group on the topic of truthfulness and ethics in business. "I had always heard the merchants say that truth was not possible in business," writes Gandhi about his speech. "I did not think so then, nor do I now. Even today there are merchant...

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