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Who is this!2 This is the answer to the first part of this presentation.


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  • 1. In 1999, Harper Collins publishers declared a book wrote by this person as one of the '100 Most Important Spiritual Books of the 20th Century'. This is the last clue and it doesn’t have a mistake in it.
  • 2. Who is this man!
  • 3. When he was young, he was so shy that he would run home from school because he could not bear to talk to anybody.
  • 4. He spoke English with an Irish accent, thanks to an Irish man who taught him.
  • 5. He worked as an editor, for newspapers in three different languages in two different countries. He loved his mother tongue and his longest work is in that language.
  • 6. The first postage stamp with his picture was printed in Switzerland for another country.
  • 7. He visited other countries but never travelled by plane.
  • 8. He is known by a name a poet used to address him. He is also known by a title given to him by the supreme commander of an army.
  • 9. He hated his own handwriting. He liked body massages and long walks
  • 10. He hated movies but made use of the radio for propaganda.
  • 11. He refused to celebrate the first Day of Independence of his own country.
  • 12. In 1931, from London, he addressed the people of US over the radio. The first words they heard were “Do I have to speak through this thing?”
  • 13. He was sent from one foreign country to another to collect some huge debts. He was a success there and, in the 1920s, his yearly income was 15,000 dollars which is still a dream for many Indians who live now in that particular country.
  • 14. He corresponded regularly with Leo Tolstoy.
  • 15. The same gun carriage which was used to carry his dead body to the funeral place was used again in 1997 for another funeral.