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Salt Satyagraha is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Salt Satyagraha books and related discussion.
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- French Balasore and Gandhiji's Salt Satyagraha
- especially the ladies, in Salt Satyagraha. The centre of this 'satyagraha' in Orissa was Inchudi. Inchudi is a village, situated 19 km.
- Salt Protest
- participant in salt protests and sister-in-law of Sarojani Naidu.
- The Pinch Heard 'Round the World
- Gandhi's Salt Satyagraha 75 Years On.
- August 17, 2011 Dr. Kamla
- Aug 17, 2011 Your Excellency,. Freedom Struggle :-. People of Gujarat celebrated 80th Anniversary of Salt Satyagraha – Pinch of Salt that rocked the empire!
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- The government against satyagrahas, then and now
- The Salt Satyagraha challenged the very existence of the British regime in India. Sir Charles Innes, who was a provincial Governor, wrote thus about the events of 1930 struggle: “England can hold India only by consent. We cannot rule it by sword.
- Posted On Saturday, August 20, 2011 at 12:49:17 AM
- He was imprisoned for participating in the 1930 Salt Satyagraha. Between 1941-42 he was imprisoned thrice for his revolutionary activities. On October 19, 1952, Potti began a fast for an Andhra state with Madras as the capital.
- Freedom struggle had critical inputs from Chennai
- The next phase saw the Civil Disobedience Movement and famous salt satyagraha in San Thomé conducted by drama actors like MM Chidambaranathan.
- Two commodities to remember for India Independence Day
- The Salt Satyagraha under the leadership of Gandhiji to campaign against the unjust taxes imposed on domestic salt to encourge import of salt accelerated the freedom movement that ulitmately resulted in India gaining Independence in 1947.
- From the ground up
- Milestone: In 1930, to support Gandhi's Salt Satyagraha, freedom fighters Kamala Chattopadhyay and Avantika Gokhale led women to the beach to make salt from sea water.
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- Salt Satyagraha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Salt Satyagraha, which began with the Dandi March on March 12, 1930, was an important part of the Indian independence movement.
- The March to Dandi
- The British monopoly on the salt tax in India dictated that the sale or production of of the salt tax as a catalyst for a major "Satyagraha" campaign (Copley 46-8).
- Salt March
- Gandhi began a new campaign in 1930, the Salt Satyagraha.
- Gandhi Dandi March Salt Satyagraha - YouTube
- Sep 24, 2009 Salt Satyagraha Dandi March video archive.
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