Mahatma Gandhi’s Vision of a Harmonious Society through Equality, Freedom and Self-sufficiency

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Chayanika Singha Roy
Assistant Professor
Department of Philosophy
Raghunathpur College
Purulia,West Bengal,India


Abstract:: Gandhi’s vision for a harmonious society was deeply rooted in ethical and moral principles,emphasizing the relevance of individual and collective responsibility for creating a fair enough society.So, in this article, some key aspects of Gandhi’s belief that led to the creation of an ideal society will
be discussed as his concept of swaraj, concepts of democracy, the republic, simplicity and minimalism,Ram Rajya, equality, human values and the concept of education will discuss. Gandhi was convinced that a right balance between social responsibility and individual freedom would exist in a peaceful, democratic society. He holds principles in the highest regard for their role in the existence of humans.Grounded in nonviolence (Ahimsa) and the pursuit of truth (Satyagraha), Gandhi’s ideal society seeks to promote harmonious coexistence among individuals, transcending divisions of caste, creed, and economic disparity.

Key Words:Ethical,Equality,Freedom,Gandhiji,Leader, Swaraj, Swadeshi,etc