|Why I Write|
|Veda Jyoti - No.1-39||
Om bhur bhuvah swah. Tatsavitur varenyam; bhargo davasya dhimahi. Dhiyo yo nah
|THE ROLE OF THE INDIAN IN NATAL'S ECONOMY||
PAPERS PRESENTED AT A CONFERENCE HELD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS (NATAL REGION) IN DURBAN ON 14th OCTOBER, 1966.
|THE RISE OF THE NATAL INDIAN ELITE||
The Ideal of Education Opportunity
Only in education and in South Africa in the context of White man's Education...can you really make headway in a White man's world.
|The Position of Indians in South Africa||
I speak as an Indian who was born in South Africa. and has lived all his life in a city. Some 95 per cent. of the Indians in the union arc South African-born, and about 70 per cent. of us live in areas classified as urban; so I am not in any way unusual.....
|The Making of "Indianess": Indian Politics in South Africa During the 1930s and 1940s||
The years 1914 to 1949 were witness to rapid and extensive change in the social and
|The Indian stand is right||
Newspaper Article in Leader
|The Indian in South Africa||
The Position in Durban
|The Indian at home and overseas - VOL 1. NO 1||
A Political, Cultural and Trade Review
|The Hindu Tamil Institute Building, the Centre of Tamil activities of Durban||
The Hindu Tamil Institute
|The encyclopedia of the Indian diaspora||
The encyclopedia of the Indian diaspora
|The Creation of South African Indian Identity in Natal in Relation to Hinduism||
Perhaps one of the most pervasive ways in which Indians or people of Indian descent are identified is in terms of religion.
|The Changing role of Indian women in South Africa||
THE POSITION OF INDIAN WOMEN AT THE TIME OF THEIR ARRIVAL IN SOUTH AFRICA
|THE CHANGING PATTERN OF INDIAN FAMILY LIFE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE AGED||
South African Indian life beginning towards the latter half of the nineteenth century on the basis of the indentured male worker,had become strongly family centred at the beginning of the twentieth century....
|Thanga Dharmalingam Passive Resister||
Women od Passive Resistance
|Telegram to the Governor-General Dated 12 Feb 1927||
I gladly avail myself of the opportunity afforded by return to India of our delegation to recent round table Conference at Cape Town to thank Your Excellency personally and your Ministers for great courtesy...
Viceroy, Government, Indian, Ministers
|Surat Hindoo Association||
THE forefathers of the Surat Hindus of South Africa came to this country as free passengers towards the end of the nineteenth century. Most of them did not bring their families with them so they lived a single life. They used to visit the mother-country every three or four years.
|Statement issued by the Natal Indian Association||
Final statement of the Natal Indian Association
|South Africans of Indian Descent||
South African of Indian Descent
|South African Party Policy||
It has been represented to the Government that, in Durban and elsewhere, you have a White part of the town, and an Indian with sufficient wealth buys a house right in the middle of that area and thereby depreciates the property in the neighbourhood.