Passive Resister

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Gandhi with two women

Gandhi addressing a crowd

Last photo of Mr. & Mrs. Gandhi in Durban with several friends

Gandhi and Friends

Gandhi in Pretoria

In 1894 Gandhi helped found the Natal Indian Congress, to unify local Indians into a political force, and became the first secretary.  In September of the same year, Gandhi became the first Indian to be enrolled as an Advocate of the Supreme Court of Natal. 

Henry Polak

Passive Resister

CF Andrews and WW Pearson

Miscellaneous illustrations from Indian Opinion on Gandhi & the passive resistance movement

Abdullah Haji Adam

Miscellaneous illustrations from Indian Opinion on Gandhi & the passive resistance movement

Late Mr S Naggappan

Late Mr S Naggappan

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

Stopped at Volksrust near Transvaal border

Transvaal Protest March organized by Gandhi, October-November

Tussle between Gandhi & Smuts

Cartoon impression of Gandhi and Smuts

Parsee Rustomjee & others

Passive Resisters

March through Volksrust on the way to the Transvaal border (Passive Resister)

Passive Resister

Gandhi in traditional dress towards end of Passive Resistance (1913)

Gandhi in traditional dress

Photos on the life of M. K. Gandhi (Miscellaneous)

Indian Leaders proceeded to Johannesburg to assert rights

Mrs R M Sodha

Mrs R M Sodha was arrested as an prohibited immigrant

Sorabjee Rustomjee

Sorabjee Rustomjee, son of Parsee Rustomjee, was born in Durban on 25 December 1895. He went to India to study and soon after returning to ...

Budree Ahu
Mahomed Ebrahim Kunke

Mahomed Ebrahim Kunke, a stalwart Mahomedan Passive Resister, several times in jail, South Africa, c. 1910.


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