In this preface Desai notes that the book was originally published in two volumes, the first in and second in Desai notes the need to bring out a cheaper English version. He also mentions that the translation has been revised by an English scholar who did not want his name to be published. He mulls over the question a friend asked him about writing an autobiography, deeming it a Western practice, something "nobody does in the east".
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This was to provide an authentic documentation of all available writings of Gandhiji. The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi is a result of this meticulous and conscientious effort, which concluded in It was decided that Gandhiji writings should be made available in three languages: Gujarati, English and Hindi. These volumes provide information about the source of these writings as also the language in which they were originally written.
Volumes 1 to 90 of the CWMG follow chronological order, while volumes are supplementary volumes created to accommodate new material that came to be acquired subsequent to the publication of the series. Volumes 98 and 99 are Index of Subjects and Index of Persons respectively. Volume is the compilation of Prefaces to the preceding volumes. The Gandhi Heritage Portal provides unabridged, complete sets of these. These are available in two options: archival version and enhanced version, which is a black and white version.
These volumes are interlinked through a database that the Portal team has developed. It allows one to move between the three languages and search the same item. This would enable the user to compare and study their texts and explore questions of translation.
The search criteria for these are as defined in volumes 98 and 99 of CWMG. These eight texts form the section Key Texts. These are arranged in a chronological order. The section also provides a history of their printing and translations. The Portal provides a facsimile edition of his manuscript, which was written on board the steamer Kildonan Castle between 13 and 22 November This is followed by the first Gujarati edition printed in the two issues of Indian Opinion 11 December and 18 December Gandhiji translated this into English as Indian Home Rule in , subsequent to the proscription imposed upon the Gujarati edition by the Government of Bombay in March The English translation is followed by a Hindi translation.
Similar order is followed in case of all other texts, albeit facsimile editions of other key texts are not available. An attempt has been made to provide first editions of all the works, including translations. Gandhi was acutely sensitive to the question of translation. Gandhi read, revised and authenticated these translations. The Portal also provides rare copies of some of these key texts. The first edition of the English translation The Story of My Experiments with Truth was published in two volumes: the first containing three parts was issued in , and the second, containing parts IV and V, in The second revised edition of the autobiography was issued in with a new title: An Autobiography or The Story of My Experiments with Truth.
The edition of the autobiography placed on the Portal is not only the first English edition, it is that copy on which careful revisions from the point of view of language were suggested by Rt. Sir V. Srinivasa Sastri. The Portal also provides translations of these texts in other languages. The aspiration is to make available as many translations of the key texts as possible, either in full or with complete bibliographic information.
These include diaries, memoires, selections from compilations of letters and biographies. Similarly, the published works of Manubehn Gandhi also form part of the Fundamental Works.
These form part of the Fundamental Works. This section also includes various translations of the Key Texts. Publication of periodic journals published in multiple languages was one such mode of communication. The Portal provides complete sets of the journals that he owned, edited or published. Full, unabridged texts of these journals are made available. This section would become an archive of the Gandhian imagination and scholarship.
The Portal plans to provide an ever expanding list of such journals. Other works[ edit ] Other works is a broad category, which seeks to provide either full, unabridged texts or complete bibliographic information on the vast and ever expanding scholarship on Gandhiji and allied movements and institutions. This section also includes works of those who are crucial interlocutors of Gandhiji; C F Andrews is one example.
It is difficult to understand and fully appreciate the striving of Gandhiji in absence of the works of his interlocutors. This section would eventually include either full texts or bibliographic information on writings on Gandhi and his endeavours in academic journals.
This will facilitate a more comprehensive access to the contemporary scholarship around these issues. Life And Times[ edit ] This section provides selections, slivers of information arranged for easy reference. Information about tours, marches, Satyagrahas, imprisonments, fasts and assaults are arranged in tabular form.
A virtual tour mapping the walk to Dandi is also provided. The information is also linked to the sources in the CWMG to enable further study. Gandhi Heritage Sites[ edit ] Gandhi moved across the Indian subcontinent and other parts of the world to carry his message of freedom, truth, nonviolence , Satyagraha , Swadeshi and equality for all. This was his way of inhabiting the land and being one with her people. The Gandhi Heritage Sites Committee has designated thirty-nine locations as core sites.
At present a detailed site specific chronology is being prepared at the Sabarmati Ashram Preservation and Memorial Trust. The classification framework includes place, persons, principles and events which will be linked to the source and presented on the Portal. The GHP at present[ edit ] The Portal at present provides approximately , pages of material in electronic format.
In addition to the textual material it has over photographs, 21 films and 78 audio recordings. While most of the data is interlinked and searchable, at present the search criteria are those which have been determined by Volumes 98 and 99 of CWMG, that is the Index of Subjects and Index of Persons. Goals[ edit ] The Portal plans to make available a searchable electronic edition of The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi based on the first editions.
The Trust is also working on a comprehensive compendium on the Gandhi Heritage Sites, which would be made available on the Portal. The Portal plans to place about a million pages of information in multiple languages. The variorum will be searchable through the catalogues of the Sabarmati Ashram archives. The Portal will collaborate with other national institutions such as the National Archives of India and the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library to make the variorum as comprehensive as possible.
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This was to provide an authentic documentation of all available writings of Gandhiji. The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi is a result of this meticulous and conscientious effort, which concluded in It was decided that Gandhiji writings should be made available in three languages: Gujarati, English and Hindi. These volumes provide information about the source of these writings as also the language in which they were originally written. Volumes 1 to 90 of the CWMG follow chronological order, while volumes are supplementary volumes created to accommodate new material that came to be acquired subsequent to the publication of the series. Volumes 98 and 99 are Index of Subjects and Index of Persons respectively.
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