In this Book about Gandhian principles include equity, social justice, non-violence, human dignity, economic well being, and cultural self-respect. All of these can be subsumed into the broader, umbrella term of Swaraj. If we think of the coming decades from the point of view of Swaraj, we’ll see that there is much work to be done. It will be clear that certain fundamental principles are intrinsic to Gandhi’s educational philosophy In our country, especially, it is obvious that we are very far from achieving the ideal of Swaraj. There is tremendous inequality and injustice in our society. There is also an unconscionable gap between the rich and the poor. In addition to the old division of India and Bharat, we now have the third category of an international super class, resident in India, but living really in dollarized, global, air-conditioned habitat. Coming to education, each of these classes and sub-classes are marked by their own brand and type. Of course, the vast under class of over 400 million souls has no access to any sort of proper education at all. For them, only a Gandhian model, which requires the least amount of capital outlay, may do.