Like Mahatma Gandhi, Vinoba has made commendable effort to preserve the ethics of human relations where people will think and act collectively. He not only made lively experiments in introducing the thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi into the process of social change, but also could envolve his own method of non-violence by which he wanted to solve social, economic and political problems of the country. He wanted to revolutionize people and the society both at a time by his unique method.
Though he was a man of great spiritual wisdom, he never ignored the cause of material achievements and thrived hard to lift the lowliest and the down trodden to a higher level of social security and economic equality. His process of revolution was slow but deep, and yet he could not satisfy the greed of the criminal nexus of intellectuals and consumerists who did not want to share their comforts with the have-nots and accordingly put various hurdles before Vinoba working behind him. The intellectuals and the political leaders did not take Vinoba’s movement seriously.
It is hoped that this small book will help the readers to acquaint with Vinoba's revolutionary experiments of social change which he carried on for building human brotherhood.