Alternative approaches to ‘development’
in India in a globalized world
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This chapter discusses alternative approaches to economic development in India, particularly Gandhian ideas. It explains how the ideas of Mohandas Gandhi have inspired social reformers, social movements and political leaders and parties both in India and in other parts of the world. It also discusses Gandhi's emphasis on the empowerment of disadvantaged sections of Indian society, self-sufficiency of villages and rural development.

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