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March of Events
  • Gandhi born in Porbandar on October 2, 1869
  • Married to Kasturba in 1881
  • Matriculated in November, 1887
  • Reached London for studies in October, 1888
  • Enrolled as barrister in June, 1891
  • Returned to India in June, 1891
  • Sailed for South Africa in April, 1893
  • Visited India in 1896 and 1901
  • First attended the Indian National Congress in 1901
  • Took charge of the Indian Opinions in 1903
  • Established the Phoenix Settlement in 1904
  • Led the Indian Ambulance Corps during the Boer War in 1899 and during Zulu rebellion in 1906
  • Took to a life of brahmacharya in 1906
  • Went to England in 1906 and 1909
  • First jailed in South Africa in 1908
  • Established the Tolstoy Farm in 1910
  • Led an epic march of satyagrahis in South Africa in 1913
  • Left South Africa in 1914 and reached India in January, 1915
  • Established Sabarmati Ashram in 1915, Wardha Ashram in 1933 and Sevagram Ashram in 1936
  • Champaran satyagraha launched in 1917
  • First no-tax campaign launched in Kheda in 1918
  • Jallianwala Baug massacre in Amritsar in 1919
  • Became editor of Young India and Navajivan in 1919
  • Launched non-co-operation movement in 1921
  • First jailed in India in 1922
  • His khadi tour in 1927
  • Led Dandi March and salt satyagraha in 1930
  • Attended the Round Table Conference in London and visited Europe in 1931
  • His Harijan tour in 1933
  • Started Harijan weekly in 1933
  • Sponsored " Quit India" movement in 1942
  • Last imprisonment in the Aga Khan Palace from 1942-4
  • Assassinated on January 30, 1948