What did Gandhi do on his salt march?
launched a campaign of civil disobedience across India
launched a campaign of civil disobedience
launched a campaign of civil disobedience
The Great Salt March of 1930 was lead by Gandhi.
Gandhi was born in 1869. Look up the date of the Salt March and DO SOME MATH!
Gandhi lead the "salt march" so he could prove to the British that they could make salt and that they didn't need to get imported salt from them. It was a kind of silent protest.
Many, many people joined Gandhi on the Salt march
It was the salt march started by Gandhi ji.
March 12, 1930
1) salt march is the famous march held by Mahatma Gandhi
There Were Many People Who Helped Gandhi For Example In The Salt March- 80,000 People Helped gandhi
Salt March (Salt Satyagraha)
The Gandhi Salt March was 23 days long and was a 230 mile march from Sabarmati to Dandi. The march was in opposition to the proposed British Salt Tax.
Salt march begins when britishers took tax on salt and gandhi ji is against of this tax. He fight against this rule. Hence salt march begins.
Mohandais K. Gandhi
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
March 12, 1930 and the march lasted for 23 days in protest of the British taxation of salt
Mohandas Gandhi led a march to the sea on March 12, 1930. This was done as a peaceful protest on the British monopoly on salt in India.
Which event was used by Mohandas Gandhi to bring world attention to the injustices of british colonialism?
1. Salt march the salt march
The salt march is where gandhi took a 240 mile journey to the sea to get salt cause british took over India and started to tax salt and sell it back to them.
Gandhi was showing the Bristish that they(the British) dont really have total control of Indian people!
200 to 240 miles
This movement was 'Namak(salt)-Satyagrah' led by Mahatma Gandhi.
it all started with gandhi and his long march about 20 miles to the indian beach to get salt . To getindians salt back from the idians
Gandhi Marched 240 miles to Dandi (city in India) on a 23-24 day march that took place on March 12, 1930. Gandhi made salt and later was arrested and put to jail for his crime. He was released to the Viceore who asked him why he made salt and other Sh1t
beause he wanted freedom between Indian and Britain.
78 male satyagrahis
Over 50,000 people.
It is an Indian march organized by Gandhi in 1930 against the British monopole on salt and against the UK colonialism. See also the link below.
Gandhi marched to the sea in 1930 to gather salt
He was involved in many events such as the March to the sea to make salt and the salt production invasion 'attempt'
Gandhi walked 240 miles to the sea to get some salt and the Indian people followed.
In order to show the world British injustices, in March 1930 Gandhi launched a Satyagraha against the tax on salt. He marched 241 miles, with thousands of people joining him. This was called the Salt March.
Gandhi lead many campaigns against the British. All of them were non-violent. One of the campaigns was the Salt March. The british had complete monoply on Salt which ment that the Indians couldnt use their own salt. gandhi and some others made massive walk to the sea.
241 mile completed in 24 days
by leading the salt march, and by starving himself to end fighting.
Gandhi refuse to use the clothes made by British. led salt march because of the high taxes on salts.
Gandhi was partly not successful as he made his community have a protest which means that they got arrested. They got arrested because of the Salt March.
In 1920 Gandhi became the leader for the Indian movement for Indian independence. In 1930 Gandhi led a 241 mile march opposing the British tax that was going to be put on salt. During his march he cleased salt from the ocean, demonstrating that it would be a better solution for India than taxed salt. In 1948 He held a fast to stop bloodshed which was successful. It ended in five days.
there were 78 people in dandi march...... kamal prakash sharma saharanpur
The Salt March, which took place from March to April 1930 in India, was an act of civil disobedience led by Mohandas Gandhi (1869-1948) to protest the British government's penalization of the local custom of producing salt from water.
the salt march began at 1949, which Mohandas gandhi has been instructed all hindus to fight british reign in India in passive resistance. source: kayamanan 3
"What" or "Who"? What? A human being who was an ideological leader of India in their movements for Indepependence. Who? Mohanas "Mahatma" Karamchad Gandhi led the Salt March in protest of the British colonizing India and monopolizing the salt.
he led the salt march and other historical revolutions which led to India's Independence
Salt. It was a fight against taxation IIRC. Salt. It was a fight against taxation IIRC.
Let's Try.. Mahatma Gandhi with other nationalists reasoned that it was sinful to tax salt since it is such an essential item of our food. In 1930, Gandhiji declared that he would lead a march to break the salt law. According to this law, the state had a monopoly on the manufacture and sale of salt. He led a march, to the coastal town of Dandi, where he broke the salt law by gathering natural… Read More
No, he was assassinated on his way to his prayer meeting on January 30, 1948.
In India, the Salt March led by Gandhi in March to April of 1930 was symbolic of the independence of Indians to live and to work (and to produce salt) as they, not the ruling British power, determined. Although many more years would pass before India achieved actual independence (in 1947), the Salt March was a powerful step forward for self-rule in India.
The famous Salt March to Dandi started on 12 March continued to 6 April 1930 and lasted for 24 days.
On April 5, 1930 Gandhi and his satyagrahis reached the coast. After prayers were offered, Gandhi spoke to the large crowd. He picked up a tiny lump of salt, breaking the law. Within moments, the satyagrahis followed Gandhi's passive defiance, picking up salt everywhere along the coast. A month later, Gandhi was arrested and thrown into prison, which was already full with his fellow protesters.
He wanted the right to harvest and sell salt in India. if he did not fight back and the British attacked them the world will frown upon Britain. ultimately get permission to harvest their own salt.