The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi is a 100 volume series, each running into about 500 pages. In what is perhaps the biggest multi-volume project in the world, these volumes constitute Gandhiji's writings, speeches, letters, interviews and telegrams revealing the richness of Gandhiji's mind and also reflecting, in volume after volume, the mood and temper of the times illuminating every aspect of modern India's political and social history and aspirations.
The works cover the period 1884-1948, in a strictly chronological order, almost sixty years of Gandhiji's intensively active public life. The objective of the series is to reproduce Gandhiji's actual words as far as possible. Appendices provide the background material relevant to the text. Acknowledgements, sources, chronology and indices also form part of the individual volume.