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RELEVANCE OF GANDHIAN IDEA OF RURAL RECONSTRUCTION IN MODERN INDIA

    2 Author(s):  MR M.A CHANNAPUR, DR Y.S BALAWANTGOL

Vol -  7, Issue- 8 ,         Page(s) : 296 - 303  (2016 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

Gandhi supported an independent town or a little republic in rustic India since he felt that "an ideal Indian town will be so developed as to fit impeccable sanitation. It will have cabins with adequate light and ventilation, worked of a material possible inside a range of five miles of it. The cabins will have yards empowering the householders to plant vegetables for residential utilize and to house their steers. The town paths and roads will be free of all avoidable tidy. It will have wells as per its needs and available to all. It will have places of love for all, additionally a typical meeting place, a town regular for eating its cows, an agreeable dairy, essential and auxiliary schools in which mechanical training will be the focal variable, and it will have panchayats for settling debate. It will deliver its own particular grains, vegetables and organic product, and its own particular khadi. This is generally my idea of a model town." (Tendulkar 1951-54, Vol. 4: 144)

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