What is dandi March

Asked Apr 8, 2019 at 10:53 am

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Rashim Chawla

Answered on Jun 9, 2021

Dandi march was a movement that was started by Gandhiji on 30th March 1930 according to that Gandhiji started his walk from Sabarmati Ashram to the coast of Gujarat where there was some salt deposited by the ocean of the sea and from their Gandhiji broke the salt law. It is specifically chosen as the salt law affected all the communities of the country and was very strict law made by the British as he put the salt and tasted it telling that he broke the salt law and many people joined him from Sabarmati Ashram to Gujarat. This moment was so specific that the government accepted the the rules and regulations of Gandhiji it was a very strong step taken by the Gandhiji.

Rishi sharma

Answered on Jun 9, 2021

The salt march is also known as Dandi March. It was an act of non violence. Soon after the observance of Independence Day Mahatma Gandhi introduced that he would lead a march to break one of the most widely disliked laws in British India, which gave the state a monopoly in the manufacture and sale of salt. For in every Indian household, salt was indispensable yet people were forbidden from making salt even for domestic use, compelling them to buy it from shops at a high price, The state monopoly over salt was deeply unpopular. The five day march lasted from 12 march 1930 to 5 April 1930 as a direct action campaign of tax resistance and non violent, protest against the monopoly of British.

Tarun Agrawal

Answered on Jun 8, 2021

According to the History, the Dandi march is also called salt march or salt satyagraha which was led by the Mahatma Gandhi from Sabarmati Ashram to Dandi about 390 km to form the salt from the river water.

Najmeen

Answered on Mar 13, 2021

Dandi March is also known as Salt March or Dandi Satyagraha . When the British government imposed a tax on salt, Mahatma Gandhi waged a movement against this law , this is called the Dandi March .

Violet Seema Pinto

Answered on Jan 28, 2021

The British controlled the production of salt in India. This monopoly forced up prices and was very unpopular. In 1930, Gandhi led a 320- km march to the sea to get his own salt and thousands joined him on the way. Gandhi was imprisoned for civil disobedience, but the march showed the power of satyagraha.

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