The main task before India today is to consolidate herself into a well-knit and united power....

Young men and women are to build up a strong character. A nation's greatness was reflected in the character of the people. If it was sullied by selfishness, such a people could not prosper or achieve great things. Selfishness had its place in life as everyone had to look to his own needs and that of his family, but it could not made the be-all and end-all of life.

Two ways of building character-cultivating strength to challenge oppression, and tolerate the resultant hardships that give rise to courage and awareness.

So long as you do not know how to die it is useless for you to learn how to kill. India will not be benefited by brutal force. If India is to be benefited it will be through non-violence.

Ours is a non-violent war, it is Dharma Yuddha.

I am blunt and uncultured. To me there is only one answer to this questions. That answer is not that you should shut yourselves in colleges and learn history and mathematics while the country is on fire and everybody is fighting freedom's battle. Your place is by the side of your countrymen, who are fighting the freedom's battle.

The war started by Mahatmaji is against two things-the Government and secondly against one self. The former kind of war is closed, but the latter shall never cease. It is meant for self-purification.

One can take the path of revolution but the revolution should not give a shock to the society. There is no place for violence in revolution.

Non-violence has to be observed in thought, word and deed. The measure of our non-violence will be the measure of our success.

Satyagraha is not a creed for the weak or the cowardly.

.....As satyagrahis we should always claim and we did- that we are always ready to make peace with our adversaries. As a matter of fact we are always eager for peace and when we found that the door to peace was opened we decided to enter it.

Gandhi's ten lines had greater force than a hundred- page memorandum.