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- Mahadev Desai (1892–1942). An Indian freedom fighter, a nationalist writer and most famously known for being the personal secretary of Mohandas K. Gandhi. ~ Biography ~ Works on Wikisource
- Mahadev Desai (1892–1942). Traductor y secretario personal de Mohandas K. Gandhi. ~ Biografía
- Mahadev Desai (1892–1942). Traducteur et secrétaire personnel de Mohandas K. Gandhi. ~ Biographie
- Gujarati text
- Day to Day with Gandhi (his diary) post-mortem (1968)
- Gujarati text
- The Story of Bardoli, 1929
- With Gandhi in Ceylon, 1928.
- Swadeshi-True and False, 1929.
- Unworthy of Wardha, 1929.
- Eclipse of Faith, 1929.
- The Nation's Voice, 1932.
- The Epic of Travanancore, 1937.
- Gandhi Seva Sangh, 1940.
- Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, 1940.
- Kheti ni Jamin, Gujarati, 1942.
- The Diary of Mahadev Desai, volume I, Yeravda-Pact Eve, 1932 (1953)
- An Autobiography or The Story of my Experiments with Truth (Mohandas K. Gandhi, 1927-1929)
- The Gita According to Gandhi (Mohandas K. Gandhi, translation 1933)
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