Gandhi’s autobiography in Gojri languageMay 17th, 2008 - 12:47 am ICT by admin
Jammu, May 16 ( IANS) The Jammu and Kashmir Academy of Art, Culture and Languages published Mahatama Gandhi’s autobiography in Gojri language, an official said here Friday. Gojri is spoken by over 2.5 million people in this state.
Gandhi’s autobiography “My Experiments with Truth” was translated from English into Gojri by Hassan Pervez.
The 1,005-page Gojri version of the autobiography is titled “Main Azmeyoo Sach”.
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