Gandhi Walking to the Sea
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Gandhi Walking to the Sea
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Gandhi Walking to the Sea
On March 12, 1930 Mahatma Ghandhi set out with 78 supporters on a 241mile journey to the sea. On April 6th - 24 days later, the history of the world changed when the small man with the walking stick broke British law, as he kneeled down and picked up a chunk of salt on the sea coast near the village of Dandi. The spiritual power of Satyagraha (a name Gandhi invented meaning "adherence to truth")was no longer a theory; it would soon become the greatest tool for oppressed people to find freedom and emancipation.
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vpicks
vpicks ::
March 25, 2013
Amazing artwork.

spadecaller
spadecaller ::
March 25, 2013
Thanks so much, Vera.

swaby
swaby ::
March 26, 2013
Wonderful!

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