|10 January, 1908||Arrested for faing to register or to leave Transvaal and sentenced to two months simple imprisonment.|
On 30th January, following a compromise, he was released.
|07 October, 1908||While returning from Natal, as he was unable to show his registration, which he had burnt, his sentence was imprisonment with hard labour.|
|25 February, 1909||Arrested, sentenced for 3 months imprisonment at Transvaal for not producing registration certificate.|
|06 November, 1913||After the 'great march' he was arrested at Palm Ford, released on 7th on bail furnished by Kallenbach.|
|08 November, 1913||Again arrested and released on bail.|
|09 November, 1913||Arrested and sentenced to nine months imprisonment. At Volkhurst sentenced for further three months. But unexpectedly released on 18 December, 1913.|
|16 April, 1917||While touring Champaran served with a notice to leave the district but was not arrested.|
|10 April, 1919||Arrested at Palwal on his way to Amritsar and was taken back to Bombay where he was released on 11 April.|
|10 March, 1922||Arrested near Sabarmati Ashram for writing three articles in Young India. Sentenced to six years imprisonment. Released from Yervada prison on 5 February, 1924 unconditionally after an operation on 12 January, 1924|
|05 May, 1930||At 12.45 a.m. arrested at Karadi near Dandi for violating Salt Law, without trial was imprisoned and released on 26 January, 1931 unconditionally.|
|04 January, 1932||Arrested in Bombay at 3 a.m. and taken Yervada Jail. On 8 May, 1933 as he started fast was released at 6 p.m.|
|01 August, 1933||Arrested early morning at Bombay following his March toward Rass and released on 4 August at 9 a.m. and was asked to leave Yervada limits by 9.30 a.m. Did not comply, so arrested on 4th at 9.50 a.m. and sentenced to one year imprisonment. |
Started fast on 16th August and was released unconditionally on 23 August due to serious health condition.
|09 August, 1942||Arrested under Defense of India Rules in the early hours of the morning following 'Quit India' resolution and was lodge in Agakhan Palace Jail. Released unconditionally at 8 a.m. on 6 May, 1944.|