Well said Knowledge quotes said by mahatma Gandhi

Knowledge is the power of thought and it is stronger than a memory. And a True knowledge gives you moral standing and moral strength. Mahatma Gandhi has shared his best thoughts about knowledge to the world. Here I have collected some Mahatma Gandhi knowledge quotes to inspire you.

Knowledge Quotes by Mahatma Gandhi

“Knowledge without devotion will be like a misfire.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Knowledge and devotion, to be true, have to stand the test of renunciation of the fruits of action.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“True knowledge gives moral standing and moral strength.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“The dry knowledge of the three R’s is not even now, it can never be, a permanent part of the villagers’ life.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Krishna of the Gita is perfection and the right knowledge personified, but the picture is imaginary.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“What will tell in the end will be character and not a knowledge of letters.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Without devotion, action and knowledge are cold and dry, and many even become shackles.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Knowledge of the tallest scientist or the greatest spiritualist is like a particle of dust.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“In order that knowledge may not run riot, the author of the Gita has insisted on devotion accompanying it and has given it the first place.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Renunciation is the central sun, round which devotion, knowledge, and the rest revolve like planets.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Divine knowledge is not borrowed from books. It has to be realized in oneself.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“What is really needed to make democracy function is not a knowledge of facts, but the right education.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“A true Brahmin should be the very image of humility and not be proud of his knowledge or wisdom.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“The canker has so eaten into the society that in many cases the only meaning of education is a knowledge of English.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Every Hindu should have enough knowledge of Sanskrit to be able to express himself in that language.” – Mahatma Gandhi

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