Mahatma Gandhi felt a strong sense of pride for Maharashtra. He often expressed that Maharashtra is the homeland of workers. The northern area of Maharashtra, known as Khandesh, was where Gandhiji's vision of holding the Congress session in villages came true in Faizpur. This book not only provides these details but also delivers an authentic account of Gandhiji's connection with Khandesh, presented in an engaging style. It includes stories of students, workers, lawyers, saints, businessmen, and numerous men and women. Additionally, it features correspondence, maps, and many rare pictures. This represents an overlooked chapter in the struggle for Indian independence.
Dr Vishwas Patil is a Member of the Regulatory Board of Maharashtra Rashtriya Bhasha Sabha, Pune and Advisory Member of Mahatma Gandhi Tatvgyan Adhyayan Kendra run by Kaviyitri Bahinabai Chaudhary North Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Jalgaon, Maharashtra | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.