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2019, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A

Gandhi, the civil disobedience movement in India

Author(s): Dr. Sunil Kumar Paswan

Abstract: Under the authority of Gandhiji, the Civil Disobedience Movement was propelled in AD 1930. It started with the Dandi March. On 12 March 1930, Gandiji with a portion of his adherents left the Sabarmati Ashram at Ahmedabad and advanced towards Dandi, a town on the west shore of India. In the wake of going for 25 days and covering a separation of 300 and 85 kms, the gathering came to Dandi on 6 April 1930. Here, Gandhiji challenged the Salt Law (salt was an imposing business model of the legislature and nobody was permitted to make salt) by making support himself and hurling a test to the British government. The Dandi March implied the beginning of the Civil Disobedience Movement. The development spread and salt laws were tested in different pieces of the nation. Salt turned into the image of individuals' rebellion of the administration. In Tamil Nadu, C Literature of Revolution, Violence and Protest 197 Rajagopalchari directed a comparable walk from Trichinopoly to Vedaranyam. In Gujarat, Sarojini Naidu pretested before the brace terminals. Lakhs of individuals including an enormous number of ladies partook effectively in these fights.

DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2019.v1.i1a.199

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Dr. Sunil Kumar Paswan. Gandhi, the civil disobedience movement in India. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2019;1(1):59-61. DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2019.v1.i1a.199
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