The Force Born of Truth: Mohandas Gandhi and the Salt March, India, 1930 (Civil Rights Struggles Aro

The Force Born of Truth: Mohandas Gandhi and the Salt March, India, 1930 (Civil Rights Struggles Aro

March 12, 1930 – Mahatma Gandhi leads a 200-mile march, known as the Salt March, to the sea in defiance of British opposition, to protest the British monopoly on salt.

March 1930 – Mahatma Gandhi leads a march, known as the Salt March, to the sea in defiance of British opposition, to protest the British monopoly on salt.

The Salt March, also mainly known as the Salt Satyagraha, began with the Dandi March on March 12, 1930, and was an important part of the Indian independence movement. It was a direct action campaign of tax resistance and nonviolent protest against the British salt monopoly in colonial India, and triggered the wider Civil Disobedience Movement.

This is a photo of Mahatma Gandhi and Sarojini Naidu. It was taken during the Salt March, an important event in the Indian Independent Movement.

Gandhi's Historic March to the Sea in 1930: Followers of Gandhi fill plastic bottles with seawater during the Salt March of 1930 in India, to protest British colonial salt taxes.

Gandhi's Historic March to the Sea in 1930

March The Salt March, a pivotal event in Indian independence movement. Gandhi leads a march over 240 miles across India to the coast to protest Britain's salt tax.

Salt marches in the #Ile de #Re. That's why donkeys used to wear...pants! #Saintonge

The beautiful Ile de Ré with its wonderful salt pans.

Satyagraha - Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

Mahatma Gandhi - Leader of Indian independence movement

Salar de Uyni, Bolivia. The larges salf flat in the world! During the rainy season (November-March) it transforms into a mirror that you can walk on.

Salar De Uyumi, a salt flat in Bolivia. It dries up during rainy season leaving salt behind and becomes a mirror you can walk on. Largest salt flat in the world

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