‘A touching, human story about standing up for what is right.' It is 1920, and Ramalingam - fondly known to his family as Masterji - makes an announcement that will change his life, and the life of his family. He has quit his job as a respected Professor, and he will be leaving the family home. After coming into contact with Gandhi and hearing his speeches, he launched himself into the freedom struggle. He is a young man endowed with a will of iron and a determined reformer which includes populous belief, superstitions, love and most of all the family ties. The Indian independence movement encompasses a wide range of areas like organizations, philosophies. It is going through a process of constant ideological evolution. No one can know where this path will lead them. This biography of a freedom fighter depicts the social, cultural, political and ambience of early 20th century in the history of British India. The true story of W. V. V. B. Ramalingam, one of Gandhi's most devoted followers; He Let Gandhi into His Life is a fascinating and intelligently written book. It spans the stories of five generations of Ramalingam's family, from his life as an idealistic reformer to the wise, unmovable teacher that he came to be known as in his later years of life.