1. 36% of Indian districts are deemed “overexploited” or “critical” by the Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA). A common convergence between Gandhism and Marxism is (a) the ultimate goal of a stateless society (b) the class struggle (c) the abolition of private property (d) economic determinism Answer: (a) There is a great similarity between Mahatma Gandhi and Kart Marx. There are many similarities between the ideologies of Mahatma Gandhi and Marx. Both aimed at a stateless and classless society, but had a very different approach to achieving it. According to Karl Marx (1818-83), the main function of the state is to suppress the lower classes of society in the interest of the ruling class. According to Gandhiji, the ideal society is a stateless democracy, the state of enlightened anarchy, where social life has become so perfect that it is self-regulating. In the name of the working class, these forces were used by the Communist Party in the People`s Republic of China, China and the communist countries of Eastern Europe. The state established its control over all aspects of people`s lives and democracy was killed. Gandhiji was a staunch defender of individual freedom. He wanted to win all of humanity with the power of love. Therefore, we cannot deny that there are some similarities and similarities between the two.

A common convergence between Gandhism and Marxism is the ultimate goal of stateless and classless society, while the means of achieving these end goals are different. 22. With regard to the book “Desher Katha”, written by Sacharam Ganesh Deuskar during the struggle for freedom, consider the following statements: (Answer- D) The resemblance and inequality between Gandhism and Marxism are as follows: 2. A common convergence between Gandhism and Marxism is (answer A) 47. What are the following statements that are correct regarding the general difference between plant and animal cells? (Answer C) 43. “The experiment will use a trio of spacecraft that fly in formation in the form of a triangle on the same side, whose sides are a million kilometers long, with lasers shining between the spacecraft.” The experiment in question refers to (answer-C) Isothermal of 26 degrees is observed at a depth between 50 and 100 meters and therefore the 1 is not correct. . .

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