An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 3, Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters 21-25 Summary

Gandhi returns to Rajkot to work. His old friend Mavji Dave gives him legal work, which he completes successfully. Eventually he tells Gandhi that he must go to Bombay and practice there. Gandhi does just that and rents offices with the firm of Payne, Gilbert and Sayani. In Bombay, Gandhi's second son, Manilal, becomes very ill. The doctor recommends chicken, eggs and milk for nourishment. Gandhi refuses to treat his son with these foods out of his religious convictions and Manilal eventually recovers.

Gandhi moves his family to Santa Cruz, a suburb of Bombay, looking for good ventilation. His practice is doing well and he is still engaged in the work for the South Africans. When Gandhi receives a cable from South Africa asking him to return, he leaves his wife and kids in Bombay and returns to South...

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