Gandhian Socialism

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Gandhian Socialism is a Left-Wing Nationalist form of Socialism based on the ideas of Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhian Socialism preaches that economics that harm a nation or the people within it are immoral and thus, should not be practiced. It favors a highly egalitarian society in which economic classes do not exist and each person gets a fair share of their labor.


The ideals of peace, truth, and co-operation are central to Gandhian Socialism, and is often why he comes into disagreement with Communists for disagreeing with his rejection of class conflict, instead advocating for class collaboration. Even though heavily religious, he respects all forms of religion, citing them all as having a form of Universal message like non-violence and truth.

Gandhian Socialism often talks about a state based on self sufficiency and a simple lifestyle for its citizens, and opposes Industrialism, as it feels it to be dehumanizing and against the needs of villages. Gandhian Socialists are often environmentalists too.


How to Draw

Flag of Gandhian Socialism
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  • Pacifism - Peace is very important for Humanity.
  • Utopian Socialism - Class collaboration will be better for the liberation of all humans.
  • Agrarian Socialism - An economy based on farming cannot go wrong!
  • Socialism - "Socialism is as pure as a crystal. It therefore requires crystal-like means to achieve it".
  • Civic Nationalism - All Indians are united regardless of their religion.
  • Environmentalism - "The Earth has enough resources for our need but not for our greed".
  • Kemalism - "I was believing God was an Englishman until Mustafa Kemal Atatürk has defeated them."


  • White Nationalism - "We beg to point out that the Anglo-Saxon & the Indian race belong to the same stock... both the races have sprung up from the same Aryan stock, or rather the indo-european as many call it. We have no wish whatever to trust ourselves as members of a brother nation on a nation that would be unwilling to recive us as such, but may be pardoned if we state the real facts".[1]
  • Nehru Socialism - You betrayed me by choosing him instead of me for our economics.
  • Libertarian Socialism - I admire your passion for human freedom, but why the class conflict and violence?
  • Anarcho-Pacifism - I appreciate your passion for peace, but how is the state violent if it helps its citizens?
  • Primalism - I like your passion for a Primitive lifestyle, but you went too far.
  • K*ffir Nationalism - I hate when he says we are the same, you K*ffirs are all uncivilized savages. Sorry about that though, I became anti-racist later in my life.
  • Christian Theocracy - "I like your Christ, but I don't like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."
  • Socialist Corporatism - Equality without class struggle is based, but you are too authoritarian.
  • Hindu Theocracy - Thank you for teaching me about religions, daddy, but I hate him for killing me!


Further Information





  1. "Deputation to Natal Premier"-June 29, 1894.