Satyagraha in South Africa




Satyagraha In South Africa

Vol. 2

Written by : M. K. Gandhi

Translated from the Gujarati by : Valji Govindji Desai

General Editor : Shriman Narayan

ISBN 81-7229-008-3 (Set)

Printed and Published by : Jitendra T. Desai
Navajivan Mudranalaya, Ahemadabad-380014 India

Navajivan Trust, 1968


  Foreword (Shriman Narayan)

  Publisher's Note

  Translator's Note





  Indians enter South Africa

  A review of the grievances (Natal)

  A review of the grievances (The Transvaal and other Colonies)

  A review of the early struggle

  A review of the early struggle (Continued)

  A review of the early struggle (Concluded)

  The Boer War

  After the War

  The reward of Gentleness - The Black Act

  The advent of Satyagraha

  Satyagraha v. Passive Resistance

  Deputation to England

  Crooked Policy

  Ahmad Muhammad Kachhalia

  A rift in the lute

  The First Satyagrahi Prisoner

  'Indian Opinion'

  A Series of Arrests

  The First Settlement

  Opposition and Assault

  European Support

  Further Internal Difficulties

  General Smuts' Breach of Faith (?)

  Resumption of the struggle

  A bonfire of certificates

  Charge of forcing fresh issues

  Sorabji Shapurji Adjania

  Sheth Daud Mahomed etc. enter the struggle


  A Second Deputation

  Tolstoy Farm - I

  Tolstoy Farm - II

  Tolstoy Farm - III

  Gokhale's Tour

  Gokhale's Tour (Concluded)

  Breach of Pledge

  When marriage is not a marriage

  Women in Jail

  A stream of Labourers

  The Conference and After

  Crossing the border

  The Great March

  All in Prison

  The Test

  The beginning of the end

  The Provisional Settlement

  Letters Exchanged

  The end of the struggle