This article is to give remedy to the worsened relationship between two individuals. The author, through this article, attempts to expose how Gandhi retained harmony with his rivals. Three rivals of Gandhi Jinna, Ambedkar and Base were taken for study and analysis had been done to find out the techniques they adopted for maintaining harmony. The presentation is like a story telling for the readers. The outcome of the analysis done here would help the readers to develop their personalities particularly when they deal with conflicting people.
Harmony, Differences, Conflict, Peace, Rivals, Relationship, Personality.
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