A comprehensive, annotated bibliography on Mahatma Gandhi; v.2: Books and pamphlets about Mahatma Gandhi.9780313302176
A comprehensive, annotated bibliography An annotated bibliography is a bibliography that gives a summary of the research that has been done. It is still an alphabetical list of research sources. In addition to bibliographic data, an annotated bibliography provides a brief summary or annotation. on Mahatma mahatma (məhăt`mə, –hät`–) [Sanskrit,=great-souled], honorific title used in India among Hindus for a person of superior holiness. Mohandas Gandhi is the best-known figure to whom the title was applied. Gandhi; v.2: Books and pamphlets about Mahatma Gandhi.
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(flourished 6th century BC, India) First cousin and disciple of the Buddha. A monk who served as the Buddha's personal attendant, he became known as the “beloved disciple.” It was Ananda who persuaded the Buddha to allow women to become nuns. M. Pandiri.
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Having been a lawyer in his native India and a librarian (1) A person who works in the data library and keeps track of the tapes and disks that are stored and logged out for use. Also known as a "file librarian" or "media librarian." See data library.
(2) See CA-Librarian. in the US, Pandiri, now retired, completes his two-volume bibliography bibliography. The listing of books is of ancient origin. Lists of clay tablets have been found at Nineveh and elsewhere; the library at Alexandria had subject lists of its books. by citing books and pamphlets about the life, work, ideas, and heritage of Gandhi published in English. The 1995 first volume cited Gandhi's own works, but this second also cites bibliographies and compilations of Gandhi's work published since then. The descriptive and critical annotations typically range from 50 to 100 words; annotations are missing only from works that are explained sufficiently by title or that he did not see personally. The arrangement is alphabetical by author; subjects and titles are indexed.
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