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Gandhi and Professor Gokhale

Gandhi at a reception to Professor Gokhale in Durban

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

Gandhi the South African Experience

Cover of the book by Maureen Swan

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. 

Gandhi in Pretoria

At the meeting held in the Empire Theater in Johannesburg, Gandhi introduced the idea of Satyagraha resistance through non-cooperative, non-violent action and sacrifice.

Photos on the life of M. K. Gandhi

Anti-Indian agitation meeting at Victoria Cafe

Last photograph of Mahatma and Kastuurba Gandhi in Durban with friends

Tributes to Gandhi from the Unpublished book on the "Life og Gandhi" by the Pretoria Tamil Society.

India's Independence & Local Items.

Mr Gandhi and Mr Kallenbach dinner RSVP card

Indian demonstration - 1897

Indians gather together to demonstrate in Durban

Mr and Mrs Gandhi and Mr Kallenbach leaving for England

Gandhi and friends departing for England

Pietermaritzburg Railway station

M.K. Gandhi is forcibly removed from a whites-only train carriage ... forcibly removed from a whites-only carriage on a train in Pietermaritzburg, ...

M K Gandhi Sculpture in Pietermaritzburg

The statue of Mahatma Ghandi commemorates the centenary of his experience at the Pietermaritzburg railway station in 1893 when he was cast out from a first class carriage because he was not White.

Phil Kolbe

Artist and sculptor of the M K Gandhi Statue in Pietermaritzburg

Gandhi's farewell address in Verulam

Gandhi delivered a farewell speech in Verulam to a crowd of more than 5000 people mostly indentured Indians in 1914.

The letters of M H Nazar

Cover of the book by Surendra Bhana and James D Hunt

Gandhi, South African Experience

Cover of the book by Maureen Swan

Henry Polak

Passive Resister


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