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(1953). Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 3: N. K. Bose. 'Some Facts of Psychoanalytical Interest in Gandhi's Life.'. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:356.
    
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(1953). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 34:356

Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 3: N. K. Bose. 'Some Facts of Psychoanalytical Interest in Gandhi's Life.'

The author, at one time a private secretary to Mahatma Gandhi, quotes a number of the letters, writings and confessions to show the strength of Gandhi's identification with his saintly mother. His aspiration was to become an eunuch through prayer to God.

Gandhi's success in the manipulation of the lives of individuals and communities, is compared with Leonardo da Vinci's manipulative technique with physical material, after the sublimation of his sexual impulses.

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(1953). Samiksa 6, 1952, No. 3. Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 34:356

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