|Gandhi & Count Tolstoy||
Gandhi was inspired by Tolstoy not only in respect of non-violence and non-violent resistance but also by his idea of 'Bread Labour' and its concomitant idea of 'getting off the backs' of others including the poor.
Tolstoy Farm was the first ashram initiated and organized by Mohandas Gandhi during his South African movement.
|Natal Indian Congress||
Founders of Natal Indian Congress
|Gandhi thrown of the train at PMB||
Mohandas Gandhi book & Gandhi thrown out of train
|Group at Lord's Ground, Durban. Re : Speech by Gokhale (1912).||
Meeting on the 3 pound Tax
|Gokhale meeting on 3 Pound Tax Lords ground Durban||
Group at Lord's Ground, Durban. Re : Speech by Gokhale (1912).
|Gandhi with Gokhale on tour||
After Johannesburg Gokhale visited Natal and then proceeded to Pretoria, where he was put up by the Union Government at the ...
|Last photo of Mr. & Mrs. Gandhi in Durban with several friends||
Gandhi and Friends
|Thambi Naidoo, ardent Passive Resister||
Narainsamy Thambi Naidoo, also known as “Naran” or “Roy.” was born in 1901 in ... Passive Resistance in South Africa · 1946 African ...
|Harbat Singh (Passive Resister)||
Harbat Singh (Passive Resister)
|Ram Sunder Pandit||
Pandit Ram Sunder - Passive Resister
|Sorabji Shapurji Adajania||
Sorabji Shapurji Adajania demanded entry into Transvaal
|Late SORZAI Strike victim||
Passive Resistance Struggle
|Memorial service for Valliama, Passive Resister who gave up her life for the cause||
Memorial service in honour of Valliama
|Indian volunteer stretcher bearer corps - (1906) (Bambatha Rebelion)||
The Bambatha Rebellion (or the Zulu Rebellion) of 1906 was led by Bambatha kaMancinza (c. ... Nonetheless, they accepted Gandhi's offer to let a detachment of Indians volunteer as a stretcher bearer corps to treat wounded British soldiers.