Mahatma Gandhi

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A Brief History of the Natal Indian Congress

History of the N.I.C.

A World in Agony
Can we afford disunity
Funeral procession for Gandhi on its way to Raj Ghat

Mahatma Gandhi funeral procession Raj Path Delhi india 31st January 1948 ...

Gandhi Fast

Mahatma Gandhi during his 21 days fast in Delhi, 1924, as a penance for communal disturbances all over India.

Gandhi in Turban c. 1906

Gandhi in a turban

India and South Africa / Reddy, ES. Occasional Papers Series No 1. UDW, 1991
India and South Africa: A collection of Papers of E S Reddy
India's Independence Celebrations - South Beach 15/08/1947.

On 15 August 1947 India became independent from the British Empire following the Independence Movement led by Mahatma Gandhi and his message of nonviolent resistance. The handover of power was overseen by Lord Mountbatten, the last viceroy of India.

India’s republic day address by Mangosuthu Buthelezi


Kasturba and Mahatma Gandhi

Black and white print 16.2 x 25.8cm

Kasturba and Mahatma Gandhi with members of the P K Naidoo family in Johannesburg. Mr Naidoo was one of the most earnest passive resisters.

Black and white print 19.4 x 25.9cm

Legal and corresondence documents of the N.I.C.
Legal Documents and Correspondences of the N.I.C
Legal documents and correspondences of the N.I.C.
Letter from Pat Poovalingam to Peter Brown
Letter from Pat Poovalingam to Rajiv Gandhi
Letter from Theodore to Alan Paton
Mahatma Gandhi - a brief profile

Mahatma Gandhi - a brief profile Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in 1869 in the small princely state of Porbander where his father was the Diwan (prime minister) to the ruler. Mohandas was a rather shy and timid child.At the age of thirteen he was married to Kasturba.

Mahatma Gandhi and G K Gokhale at a function in their honour, 1912.

Black and white print 25.8 x 18.5cm


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