There must, he says, be some limit to what we will do in order to remain alive, and the limit is well on this side of chicken broth. Gandhi remained honest even while answering such difficult and awkward questions. His first entry into anything describable as public life was made by way of vegetarianism.
It is Gandhi's virtue that he would have been ready to give honest consideration to the kind of question that I have raised above; and, indeed, he probably did discuss most of these questions somewhere or other in his innumerable newspaper articles.
Orwell continues to help connect me to Gandhi through his relevant timeliness. His opposition to state violence and centralism has made anarchists and pacifists claim him for their own herd.
He tries to reach the core of the topic that what made Mahatma a Mahatma a saint — as he was later called in his life. This simply means you don't know anything about india. In addition, Orwell is able to connect with me, as a third party. However, if you are seeking to find a monster inside Gandhi as in case of Hitler then you will not because the man kept away fr Gandhi's tall stature in many cases becomes an impediment to understanding his personality.
He was able to generate publicity and arouse the world when right to free assembly and free press were limited by the government. The author has tried his best to be impartial on Gandhi since even his adversaries were unable to remain uninfluenced by him.