December 16, 2012 0

Rahul’s Power of love? Indira rejected proposal of Spiritual love marriage

By narayan28

“When Indira reassured Mahatma Gandhi that her love for Feroze was much deeper than this, Gandhi suggested that they subscribe to his marital ideal of Brahmcharya and remain celibate after marriage. Indira, who was irate by this point, turned Mahatma Gandhi’s suggestion down flat, saying, ‘you can tell a couple not to get married …………but when they are married, to ask them to live a life of celibacy makes no sense. It can result only in bitterness and unhappiness,”

December 16, 2012 0

Rahul’s Power of love? Indira rejected proposal of Spiritual love marriage

By narayan28

“When Indira reassured Mahatma Gandhi that her love for Feroze was much deeper than this, Gandhi suggested that they subscribe to his marital ideal of Brahmcharya and remain celibate after marriage. Indira, who was irate by this point, turned Mahatma Gandhi’s suggestion down flat, saying, ‘you can tell a couple not to get married …………but when they are married, to ask them to live a life of celibacy makes no sense. It can result only in bitterness and unhappiness,”

December 15, 2012 0

Rahul vs. Modi: Mahatma Gandhi’s Spirtual Love

By narayan28

Rahul Gandhi vs. Narendra Modi: Both are bachelors. Who wants to follow power of Nahatma Gandhi’s love power of spiritual love with Sarla Devi?
Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi on dec 15, 2012 accused Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi of practicing “politics of anger” and said it was time people switched to the power of “love” preached by Mahatma Gandhi for the state’s progress

December 15, 2012 0

Rahul vs. Modi: Mahatma Gandhi’s Spirtual Love

By narayan28

Rahul Gandhi vs. Narendra Modi: Both are bachelors. Who wants to follow power of Nahatma Gandhi’s love power of spiritual love with Sarla Devi?
Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi on dec 15, 2012 accused Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi of practicing “politics of anger” and said it was time people switched to the power of “love” preached by Mahatma Gandhi for the state’s progress