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Mahatma Gandhi and his political influence in South Africa, 1893-1914

Susan Joan Kovalsky

Mahatma Gandhi and his political influence in South Africa, 1893-1914

a selective bibliography.

by Susan Joan Kovalsky

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Published by University of the Witwatersrand, Dept. of Bibliography, Librarianship and Typography in Johannesburg .
Written in English

  • South Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 -- Bibliography.,
    • East Indians -- South Africa -- Bibliography.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ8322.7 .K67
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 27 p.
      Number of Pages27
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5449926M
      LC Control Number73151915

        After finishing his studies, Gandhi spent 20 years in South Africa working for Indian civil rights. He also devoted himself to reading a variety of religious literature. During his first year alone, he read over 80 books on spiritual subjects. When he returned to India, he established an ashram, or religious community, for his family and followers.   Mahatma Gandhi spent 21 years in South Africa fighting for the rights of the South African Indians. He was in South Africa from until

      n his early years, the former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela was a follower of the non-violent resistance philosophy of Gandhi. Bhana and Vahed commented on these events as "Gandhi inspired succeeding generations of South African activists seeking to end White legacy connects him to Nelson Mandela in a sense Mandela completed what Gandhi started. Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on 30 January in the compound of Birla House (now Gandhi Smriti), a large mansion in New assassin was Nathuram Godse, an advocate of Hindu nationalism, a member of the political party the Hindu Mahasabha, and a past member of the Hindu nationalist paramilitary volunteer organisation Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

        Book review of Squaring the circle: Mahatma Gandhi and the Jewish Homeland. into Gandhi’s African years () and identifies his Jewish .   Great Soul has ratings and 85 reviews. Reading Joseph Lelyveld’s sensitive and informative biography of the life of Mahatma Gandhi is enriching in many. 1 quote from Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle With India: ‘I should like to slip out of the public gaze to bury myself in the farm and devot.

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Mahatma Gandhi and his political influence in South Africa, 1893-1914 by Susan Joan Kovalsky Download PDF EPUB FB2

In AprilGandhi a set sail for South Africa to be the lawyer for Abdullah's cousin. He spent 21 years in South Africa, where he developed his political views, ethics and politics. Immediately upon arriving in South Africa, Gandhi faced discrimination because of his skin colour and heritage, like all people of en: Harilal, Manilal, Ramdas, Devdas.

Image caption White paint was used to deface a statue of Mahatma Gandhi and its plaque. Gandhi's biographer and grandson, Rajmohan Gandhi, says the younger Gandhi - he arrived in South Africa as. Mahatma Gandhi and his political influence in South Africa, Johannesburg, University of the Witwatersrand, Dept.

of Bibliography, Librarianship and Typography, (OCoLC) Online version: Kovalsky, Susan Joan. Mahatma Gandhi and his political influence in South Africa, E.S. Reddy’s Gandhiji’s Vision of a Free South Africa pointed to the symbolically important role Gandhi played in India after leaving South Africa.

6 Rajmohan Gandhi had a whole chapter on South Africa’s race relations in his book on Gandhi. 7 Most significantly, The South African Gandhi: An Abstract of Speeches and Writings of M.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was leader of India's nonviolent independence movement against British rule. He was revered the world over for his philosophy of passive resistance and was known to his.

His involvement in the non-violent movement in South Africa had made such an impact that even now, he is looked up to as a leader there. From toGandhi worked as an attorney and a public worker. In a meeting in New Delhi, Gandhi said he was born in India but was made in South Africa.

How Mahatma Gandhi changed political protest His non-violent resistance helped end British rule in India and has influenced modern civil disobedience movements. The year marked a hundred years since Mahatma Gandhi left South Africa for good after spending his formative years in this country, where he developed his philosophy of satyagraha, a form of active yet peaceful resistance to political injustices.

the book circulated freely in South Africa. Gandhi’s second son, Manilal, was the Indian. His concern for the masses in would develop into programs for India’s villagers in which he attempted to combine ethical universalism with particular nationalism.

32 It was in South Africa that Gandhi developed these views. The ethnic, caste, religious, and cultural make-up of the Indian communities in South Africa offered Gandhi a. Much before historian Ramchandra Guha published “Gandhi: The Years That Changed the World, ” in September last year, a sequel to his “Gandhi Before India,” two academics in South Africa sparked a major controversy with a shocking revelation — Mahatma Gandhi was a “racist” throughout his stay in that country.

Chapter: 3: Traditional Hindu Temples, Religious and Cultural Practices from the book The Making of a Social Reformer: Gandhi In South Africa, This book, The Making of a Social Reformer: Gandhi In South Africa,Surendra Bhana and Goolam H. Vadeh explains Gandhi’s South African years from to It examines the cultural and religious traditions Indians brought.

In the pantheon of freedom fighters, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi has pride of place. His fame and influence extend far beyond India and are nowhere more significant than in South Africa. India gave us a Mohandas, we gave them a Mahatma, goes a popular South African refrain.

Contemporary South African leaders, including Mandela, have consistently lauded him as being part of the epic battle to. Mahatma Gandhi - Mahatma Gandhi - Sojourn in England and return to India: Gandhi took his studies seriously and tried to brush up on his English and Latin by taking the University of London matriculation examination.

But, during the three years he spent in England, his main preoccupation was with personal and moral issues rather than with academic ambitions. Mahatma Gandhi was the primary leader of India’s independence movement and also the architect of a form of non-violent civil disobedience that would influence the world.

He was assassinated by. Bywhen Gandhi left South Africa and returned to India, he was known as a holy man: people called him a "Mahatma", or "great soul." At this point, he was still loyal to the British Empire, but when the British cracked down on Indian civil liberties after World War I, Gandhi.

His family stayed in India while Gandhi went to London in to study law and to South Africa in to practice it. He brought them to South Africa inwhere Kasturba would assist him in his activism, which she continued to do after the family moved back to India in In this article on Gandhi, 'Gandhi in South Africa', the author, B.

Nanda, talks about the connection between Gandhiji and South Africa. This section contains articles written by very well-known personalities and eminent authors about using Gandhiji and South Africa.

Syerramia Willoughby describes how Gandhi’s philosophy of nonviolence evolved and influenced events in South Africa. Read more articles in the “ Why India-Africa relations matter” blog series.

For as long as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi lived, he never forgot the events of 7 June for they lit within him the first political stirrings that would dominate the rest of his life. He was Gandhi's spiritual guide, and the two corresponded when Gandhi was living in South Africa.

Ruskin, the British art historian, also influenced Gandhi. Ruskin's book Unto this Last had a. Gandhi spoke out against untouchability early in his life. Beforehe and his associates used the word antyaja for untouchables. In a major speech on untouchability at Nagpur inGandhi called it a great evil in Hindu society but observed that it was not unique to Hinduism, having deeper roots, and stated that Europeans in South Africa treated "all of us, Hindus and Muslims, as.

The Mahatma Gandhi and South Africa by BRIAN M. DU TOIT* THE years that Gandhi spent in South Africa have been admirably described by several scholars. This articles traces the development of a philosophy which became uniquely identified with Gandhi, and then looks at his legacy in South Africa, especially his influence in the social.Get this from a library!

The making of a political reformer: Gandhi in South Africa, [Surendra Bhana; Goolam H Vahed] -- On the times Mahatma Gandhi, spent in South Africa and his role in politics; a study.During his South African years (), argue Ashwin Desai and Goolam Vahed in “The South African Gandhi,” he was far from an “anti-racist, anti-colonial fighter on African soil.” He had found his way to South Africa mainly by the accident of being offered .