|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.
|Gandhi thrown of the train at PMB||
Mohandas Gandhi book & Gandhi thrown out of train
|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 ...
|Gokhale meeting on 3 Pound Tax Lords ground Durban||
Group at Lord's Ground, Durban. Re : Speech by Gokhale (1912).
|Group at Lord's Ground, Durban. Re : Speech by Gokhale (1912).||
Meeting on the 3 pound Tax
|Harbat Singh (Passive Resister)||
Harbat Singh (Passive Resister)
|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.
|KwaZulu-Natal Peace process code of conduct|
|Last photo of Mr. & Mrs. Gandhi in Durban with several friends||
Gandhi and Friends
|Late SORZAI Strike victim||
Passive Resistance Struggle
|Making our schools Work|
|Memorial service for Valliama, Passive Resister who gave up her life for the cause||
Memorial service in honour of Valliama
|Natal Indian Congress||
Founders of Natal Indian Congress
|National Women's Day||
It is National Women's Day once again......
|PROGRAMME OF ACTION TO ACCELERATE THE PEACE PROCESS BETWEEN THE IFP AND THE ANC IN KWAZULU-NATAL - JUNE 2000|
|Ram Sunder Pandit||
Pandit Ram Sunder - Passive Resister
|Sorabji Shapurji Adajania||
Sorabji Shapurji Adajania demanded entry into Transvaal
|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 ...
Tolstoy Farm was the first ashram initiated and organized by Mohandas Gandhi during his South African movement.