Gandhi: The Story of My Experiments with Truth by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Translation by Mahadev Desai. As the spiritual leader of humanity called "Father of the Nation" Mahatma Gandhi wrote his autobiography 'The Story of My Experiments with Truth' in order to give all people the truth (satya), which he considers the essence of the soul! Anyone in one way or another touched the spiritual possessions of this eminent man is endowed with tremendous happiness. His life provides difficulties, love, teaching, and he tells it in his autobiography that, the content is structured and filled with poetry that makes reading a fascinating and friendly. Describing his childhood, then marriage - made by his parents when he was only thirteen years old and lasted for 62 years - Gandhi immerses us in the world of Indian culture, and we conquered with their struggle for equality, and concludes that this book should be read, to take us into the world of truth and achieve perfect inner spiritual peace. At the end of the book, in the last chapter "Separation" Gandhi offers us another maxim of his life: "There is no God but the truth! "But the truth is hard as stone, and delicate like a flower - he says. Here it is poetic design - Stone and Flower. Between these two poles run poetic power in "The story of my experiments with truth" Autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi reveals his dedication reveals our soul, revealing the path of truth, which is followed, and that truth has dedicated his life. And it "Mahatma", which means great soul! And are not they great people the true rulers of the truth that we all seek and for which we are fighting, and that pushes us in the right direction? Mahatma Gandhi fought for the truth, and a little effort on our part, take time to read his book, would direct us to our own fight!