|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
|Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba||
Black and white print 20.2 x 25.8cm
|Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba with Kimberley passive resisters.||
Black and white print 25.7 x 18.9cm
|Mahatma Gandhi at Heidelberg Station||
Miscellaneous illustrations from Indian Opinion on Gandhi & the passive resistance movement - c. 1893 - 1914
|Mahatma Gandhi collecting funds for Harijans||
Mahatma Gandhi, collecting donations for the Harijan Fund during his train journey to Bengal, Assam and South India.
|Mahatma Gandhi outside his Johannesburg office, 1908. Gandhi is the 3rd person from the left.||
Black and white print 17.9 x 25.8cm
|Mahatma Gandhi, portrait||
Black and white print 12.6 x 18.7cm
|Mahatma with political prisoners at Dum Dum jail||
Mahatma Gandhi with political prisoners at Dum Dum Central Jail Calcutta Kolkata West Bengal India December 1945
|Minutes of the Third Annual Conference held on the 24th, 25th and 26th June 1949||
24th June: 8 p.m. OFFICIAL OPENING: Gandhi Library, 140 Queen Street. Mr J. N. Singh read the opening address of Senator....
|Natal Indian Congress gains property cash|
|Old files of the Natal Indian Congress.|
|Portrait of Mahatma Gandhi||
Portrait of Mahatma Gandhi
|Preliminary statement to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission||
N.I.C. Judicial Commission
|South African Indian Council|
|Statements and letters submitted by the Natal Indian Congress to Honorable Minister of Finance|
|Supplement to Indian Opinion||
There is no doubt that our deputation to India have rendered yeoman services to our cause.
|Supplement to the Hindi||
|The Officials and Members of the Natal Indian Congress invite||
The officials and Members of the Natal Indian Congress Centenary Celebration
|The South African Indians||
The history of the South African Indians is divisible into two separate eras.