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  • The outwitted god remarked, '_Tum bare dandi ho_,' or 'You are very cunning,' and the name Dandi stuck to Nipal

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II

  • Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Mahatma Gandhi, center, with his followers in March 1930 on the famous salt march to Dandi, Gujarat.

    Remembering Gandhi

  • The installation includes the historic speech delivered by Mahatma Gandhi on the eve of the Salt March to Dandi in 1930s.

    India This Week

  • AFP/Getty Images On March 12, 1930, Mahatma Gandhi, along with the members of his ashram and followers, began a historic march to the sea beach at Dandi to break the salt law, that prohibited Indians from producing salt.

    Gandhi in Pictures

  • Dandi yeah, my heart goes out to the poor girl who was just confirmed and her mom and dad took her out for dinner to talk about how her value is placed in her vagina. man i have been there. clawed my way out though.

    Adventures in conservative media (Laura Ingraham edition) - Feministing

  • The signal event of the Indian independence movement was the Salt March that Gandhi, joined by thousands, led in March 1930 across Gujarat, from the Sabarmati Ashram 241 miles south to Dandi, on the Gulf of Cambay.

    India’s New Face

  • The signal event of the Indian independence movement was the Salt March that Gandhi, joined by thousands, led in March 1930 across Gujarat, from the Sabarmati Ashram 241 miles south to Dandi, on the Gulf of Cambay.

    India’s New Face

  • The signal event of the Indian independence movement was the Salt March that Gandhi, joined by thousands, led in March 1930 across Gujarat, from the Sabarmati Ashram 241 miles south to Dandi, on the Gulf of Cambay.

    India’s New Face

  • The signal event of the Indian independence movement was the Salt March that Gandhi, joined by thousands, led in March 1930 across Gujarat, from the Sabarmati Ashram 241 miles south to Dandi, on the Gulf of Cambay.

    India’s New Face

  • In his "Public Notice 2," left, Mr. Kallat used bone-shaped letters to depict a speech delivered by Mahatma Gandhi on the eve of the Salt March to Dandi in 1930.

    India, in Washington

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