Gandhi’s mother was a strict disciplinarian and very pure hearted. As the saying goes, “Yatha Raja, Tatha Praja” (As is the king, so are the subjects). She had a maidservant named Rambha, who followed her values and looked after the children with love and care. One day, little Gandhi came running to Rambha and told that he was haunted by fear. Rambha told him, “My dear one, where is the need to fear when the all-protecting Ramachandra is with us always. Recite the name of Rama whenever you are fear- stricken.” From then onwards, Gandhi chanted the name of Rama, and as you all know, he chanted it until his last breath. Can we ever find such noble-hearted women today? See the impact she had on the little child! It is because of such noble hearted women and mothers that young children took to the path of righteousness.