Gandhi and Resistance collection
Passive Resister 1906-1914
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 ...
Germiston Passive Resisters. All suffers imprisonment. Seated in the centre is Mr Lalbahadur Singh, the chairman of the Germiston Indian Community
|Colonial born Passive Resisters in Johannesburg||
Colonial born Passive Resisters in Johannesburg
|Mahomed Ebrahim Kunke||
Mahomed Ebrahim Kunke, a stalwart Mahomedan Passive Resister, several times in jail, South Africa, c. 1910.
|Mr Pragji K Desai||
Mr. Pragji K. Desai, a well-tried Passive Resister, South Africa, c. 1910.
|Harilal M Gandhi||
Harilal Mohandas Gandhi was the eldest son of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Kasturba Gandhi. He had three younger brothers: Manilal Gandhi, Ramdas Gandhi and Devdas Gandhi.
|S B Medh||
Mr S B Medh a Resister
|Ebrahim Ismail Aswat||
Ebrahim Ismail Asvat (Aswat) was born in Surat, India. He was a committed passive resister from Vereeniging, Transvaal (now Gauteng).
|Mr V A Chettiar||
Mr. V. A. Chettiar, who is an elderly member of the Indian community and is Chairman of the Tamil Benefit Society, has ...
|The pioneer party of the last phase of the struggle in South Africa Below left Dr Hermann Kallenbach and Mahatma Gandhi||
The pioneer party of the last phase of the struggle in South Africa Below left Dr Hermann Kallenbach and Mahatma Gandhi
|Mrs D M Lazarus||
Mrs D M Lazarus from Newcastle
Olive Schreiner was a South African author, anti-war campaigner and intellectual. She is best remembered today for her novel The Story of an African Farm, which has been highly acclaimed.
Mr. Gokaldas P. Gandhi, who led a party of Passive Resisters from Tongaat district, c. 1910.
|Mr Ratan J Tata||
Ratan Naval Tata (born 28 December 1937) is an Indian industrialist, philanthropist, and a ...
Maganlal Khushalchand Gandhi was a follower of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He was a grandson of an uncle of the Mahatma, and he died of typhoid at Patna on 23 April 1928. Maganlal Gandhi is cited in many works of Mohandas Gandhi.
|Mr A H West||
Mr. A.H. West was a theosophist and vegetarian. He lived in phoenix ashram, which was set up by Mahatma Gandhi during South African Satyagraha. His sister Ada West taught in phoenix and Tolstoy farms. He had taken part in South African Satyagraha.
|Miss Ada West||
Ada West gave lessons in music and organ playing to students of the nearby ...
|Mr O H A Jhaveri||
Abdoola Hajee Adam Jhaveri (Dada Abdulla) President of the Natal Indian Congress