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Gandhi is well known for being a revolutionary leader of a unique kind of peaceful protest – satyagraha, which harbours no ill will for the ‘wrong-doer’ but is based on love and self-suffering, so that the latter eventually comes to see his ‘wrong- doing’, resulting in a win-win situation for all parties. His legacy – especially of nonviolent conflict resolution – is a gift to posterity. Tagore, therefore, christened him with the title of Mahatma – Great Soul.

“The 20th century will be remembered as a century marked by violence. It burdens us with its legacy of mass destruction, of violence inflicted on a scale never seen and never possible before in human history. We owe our children … a life free from violence and fear. In order to ensure this, we must be tireless in our efforts not only to attain peace…  

Dr. Suman Khanna Aggarwal's latest book, The Science of Peace is now available on

The Science of Peace by Dr. Suman Khanna Aggarwal endeavours to provide an easy self-help manual to those who seek a clear understanding of Gandhi’s thought and practice. As the title indicates, this study also aims to highlight that Nonviolence is a Science, and like any other Science, it is a discipline with a distinct body of knowledge. It has to be learnt thoroughly to be understood and applied effectively. Having taught courses on Gandhian philosophy and conducted workshops on Nonviolent Conflict Resolution, across several countries over the past three decades, the author, Dr Suman Khanna Aggarwal, realised there is minimal clarity about Gandhi’s basic concepts of Truth, Nonviolence, Service Satyagraha, etc. 

Announcing the Publication of Our Latest Book: The Science of Peace

Dr. Suman Khanna Aggarwal’s latest book, The Science of Peace is now out! It has been published by Shanti Sahyog Centre ……