An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 2, Chapters 26-29 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapters 26-29 Summary

Gandhi declares his loyalty to the British Constitution for he believes, at this time, that British rule is beneficial and acceptable to the people of India. When Gandhi returns to India he is asked if he will take Part 1n preparing for the Rajkot celebration of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee and Gandhi agrees to serve on the committee. Trees are planted in the Queen's honor. During this period Gandhi takes his sister and her sick husband out of Bombay and brings them to his home in Rakjot. He nurses his dying brother-in-law in his own room to the end. He enjoys nursing and caring for people, much to the chagrin of his wife and family. "Such service can have no meaning unless one takes pleasure in it. When it is done for show or for fear of public opinion...

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