An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 3, Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters 16-20 Summary

Gandhi stays on in Calcutta after the Congress concludes. He is still enlisting support for is work in South Africa. Gokhale tells Gandhi that he wants him to stay in India and work for the Congress. It is through Gokhale that Gandhi meets Dr. P.C. Ray. Gandhi is impressed that both men are deeply involved in public work. Gandhi had promised the South African Christian Indians that he would meet with Indian Christians in India. Gokhale makes the arrangements and Gandhi follows through. They have obvious religious differences and the meeting ends. Gandhi witnesses the slaughter of lambs at the Kali temple, a scene that affects him deeply.

Gandhi spends his time in Bengal making contacts and meeting people, still promoting his work in South Africa. He also makes a quick visit to Burma andupon leaving, Gandhi announces...

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