Gandhi…  What would he do?

What would Gandhi do? author Pummy Kaur is a great example of a one woman brand. She has published 3 books, including her most recent about Gandhi  A Season of Non-Violence, both in multiple printings with First Choice Books.   

   a season of nonviolence book cover cover of book by Pummy Kaur

Pummy Kaur founded The Global Education Center (G.E.C.) in 1991 as a passionate voice and a compassionate ear for educating as if life really matters. With her books, Kaur reaches out to universities, school districts, religious and spiritual institutions, social justice groups, unions, political groups, women’s issues groups, children and young adult groups, progressive journals, and teachers organizations with her unique insights and perspectives. She offers simple, highly effective, individual solutions to local and global problems; solutions that are congruent with Gandhian Principles of simplicity, seva (service), self-sufficiency, courage, and compassion. One of her websites is here with her many, many famous fans including Margaret Atwood !  Says Margaret Atwood “Your work is thought provoking and much needed.”

Her books are available on Amazon.

Pummy is pictured with two of her most famous readers.

Arun Gandhi

Pummy Kaur with Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, and a first edition of What Would Gandhi Do?

Deepak Chopra

Pummy Kaur with Deepak Chopra