He is the sainted patron of Indian independence, admired the world over for his philosophy of constructive non-violence. A new book by British author Jad Adams delves into a more intimate space of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi's life: His bedroom.
Adams, a visiting research fellow at London University who has previously written biographies of the Labour politician Tony Benn, leader of the British suffragette movement Emmeline Pankhurst and a book titled 'The Dynasty: The Nehru-Gandhi Story', says there's no dearth of material on Gandhi's private life. "Gandhi's own musing on sex was not occasional or cursory: his accounts were frequent and detailed and are there for all to see," says Adams whose book 'Gandhi: Naked Ambition' will be out in India soon.
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