This book is a must read, not only for understanding one of the greatest men ever but also for finding answers to the many dilemmas and predicaments that cloud human mind and soul. The tone of the book is so simple and honest that it's almost like having a conversation with the man himself. A journey so extraordinary and the experiments with 'truth' so outstanding and consequential that it leaves one dumb found and mesmerized. From South Africa to India, from lies and deception to punctiliousness, from dietary fads to intricacies of man-woman relationship, from cooperation to civil disobedience, from obedience to inquiry, from means to end, from immediate family to the nation, from ordinary to the extraordinary - the theme of the book is 'evolution' of man and his ideas. As the 'Bhagvad Gita', Tolstoy's 'Kingdom of God is Within You' and Ruskin's 'Unto this Last' influenced Gandhi's nascent mind, 'My Experiments with Truth' is a work of similar significance and power.