Published by Navajivan Publishing House, Ahmedabad, 1976
Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. xii, 148 pages. 1983 reprint of the work first published in 1976. Publisher's binding very good, light wear to extremities, small splash mark at foot of front outer hinge; contents fine. The dust jacket is very good but for a small splash mark at foot of front outer hinge.
Published by London Rider 1976, 1976
Cloth in Dj. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Poor. 8vo, original cloth in teared dj. pp.147, explains the meaning of ahimsa or non-violence. Compares, for the first time, the different meanings of ahimsa in Jainism, Buddhism, and Vedism. The book also contains sections on himsa or violence, including violence against against oneself and causes of violence. Some other moral norms are discussed, such as self-control, truthfulness, forbearance, friendliness, compassion and non-stealing. There are specific chapters devoted to ahimsa in relation to war and crime, and ahimsa as exemplified by Mahatma Gandi and Vinoba Bhave.
Published by Rider and Company 1976, 1976
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Octavo, black heavy boards, gilt lettering to spine, xii + 148pp, VG (boards sl warped, light fading & soiling to boards, light tanning & foxing to page edges & eps, prev. bookseller's sm label to front pastedown) in d/w, VG (moderate creasing & chipping to edges with some failed attempts at tape repairs, price clipped, light to moderate chafing & soiling to covers).