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  • Gandhi had given up Western style clothing upon his return to India in 1915. He urged Indians to do likewise because buying British made goods only made the British manufacturers richer. Native Indian businesses were losing business and eventually closing since they couldn’t compete with the more cheaply made British cloth.
  • Gandhi led several hundred, then thousands of Indians to the sea to distill the saltwater and make salt. The march lasted about 3 weeks and covered over 240 miles.
  • Jinnah is the tall , aristocratic acting gentleman in the white suit in the video. Note his attitude compared to Gandhi in how he deals with people.
  • 1:18 – Godse’s Brother Speaks about assassination of Gandhi 5:48 Gandhi’s return from South Africa

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  • G A N D H IGandhi Part 2
  • Important Events in Movie and Gandhi’s Life 1919 - Amritsar Massacre  Carried out by British General DyerIn the city of Amritsar,Indians of all types met topeacefully discuss theviolation of Indian civilrights under British law.Hundreds were killed andthousands were injuredas a result of GeneralDyer’s action The Golden Temple of the Sikhs in the city of Amritsar
  • 1920-Homespun Movement Gandhi calls for the Boycott of British Made Cloth Gandhi found time to spin and make cloth as an example to the Indian people Explain Gandhi’s quote in Study Guide Packet “English factories make the cloth that makes our poverty.” What was the wearing of homespun garments a symbol of for Indians supporting Gandhi?
  • “There can be no inward peace withouttrue knowledge.” MK Gandhi
  • Important Events (continued)1930 - Salt March  Protest against British control & production of salt Be Able to discuss the following Gandhi Quotes. . . • On his march to the sea, Gandhi says that “we, not the British, are in control.” • What does Gandhi say is Gandhi leads thepeople on the Great the function of a “Civil Salt March Resister”?
  •  Great Salt March  1930  241 Miles to Sea  24 Days  Video Dharasana Salt Factory “BeatDown”
  • Tushar A. Gandhi standing outside the DharasanaSalt Satyagrah Memorial. “My GrandfatherManilal Gandhi participated in the raid on theDharasana Salt Depot, he was hit on the head bythe Colonial Police and remained unconscious fortwo days. He might have fallen at the same stopwhere I stand.”
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “True peace is not merely the absence of tension: it is the presence of justice.” Dr. ML King, Jr.1929 - 1968
  • Dr. M L King, Jr., on NonviolenceFirst, it is not based on cowardice; although it may seem passive physically, it is spiritually active,requiring the courage to stand up against injustice. “Letter From a Birmingham Jail”
  • Dr. M L King, Jr., on Nonviolence Second, Nonviolence does not seek to defeat the opponent but rather to win his understanding. SATYAGRAHA
  • Dr. M L King, Jr., on NonviolenceThird, the attack is directed at the evil not at the people who are doing the evil; for King the conflict was not between whites and blacks but between justice and injustice.Fourth, in nonviolence there is a willingness to accept suffering without retaliating.
  • Dr. M L King, Jr., on Nonviolence Fifth, not only is physical violence avoided but also spiritual violence; love replaces hatred.Sixth, nonviolence has faith that justice will prevail.
  • WWII Events• India Would Support Allies vs Japan if…. -British Colonial Rule ended immediately - - -Result??? NO!!! - “Quit India” Campaign -Imprisoned in 1942 -- 1945 for Non-Cooperation
  • Gandhi’s Beliefs about England and America during WWII"The allies have no moral cause forwhich they are fighting, so long as theyare carrying this double sin on theirshoulders, the sin of Indias subjectionand the subjection of the Negroes andAfrican races," Gandhi argued.
  • Gandhi and the last British Viceroy of IndiaLord Mountbatten and his wife with Gandhi. Gandhiwanted the British to leave India as friends.
  • Important People in Movie  Muhammad Ali Jinnah  Leader of the Muslims  Eventually wants a country (Pakistan) for the Muslims.• Jawaharlal Nehru – Gandhi’s “right hand man” – India’s 1st Prime Minister Nehru on left
  • Eyewitness toAssassinationAssassin’s Brother Speaks
  • Gandhi’s Final Footsteps and the Memorial Marking the site of his Assassination
  • Gandhi’s Funeral Pyre
  • Formerly - East Pakistan until 1971 END Part 2
  • 1. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF AN “ARRANGED MARRIAGE”? 2. WHERE DO YOU THINK MOST ARRANGED MARRIAGES STILL OCCUR? 3. DO PEOPLE IN THE U.S. GET MARRIED FOR THE SAME REASONS INDICATED IN THE INDIAN “MARRIAGE ADS” AND/OR ANY THE ARTICLES YOU READ? 4. WHAT OFFICIAL AND/OR UNOFFICIAL RULES GOVERN GETTING MARRIED IN INDIA? DOES RELIGION MATTER FOR THIS?
  • 1. TAKE OUT & REVIEW YOUR NOTES ON“ARRANGED MARRIAGES in INDIA” 2. ARE ANY IDEAS OR INFORMATION YOUWROTE ABOUT AS NOTES MENTIONED IN THE DELHI NEWS?. . . 3. EXAMINE THE “MARRIAGE ADS” ANDHIGHLIGHT/UNDERLINEANYTHING THAT SEEMS TO MATCH WITH YOUR NOTES. WHAT OTHERINFORMATION DO YOULEARN ABOUT INDIAN MARRIAGE ADS THRU THIS FICTITIOUS NEWSPAPER?
  • 1. TAKE OUT & REVIEW YOUR NOTES ON“ARRANGED MARRIAGES in INDIA” 2. ARE ANY IDEAS OR INFORMATION YOUWROTE ABOUT AS NOTES MENTIONED IN THE DELHI NEWS?. . . 3. EXAMINE THE “MARRIAGE ADS” ANDHIGHLIGHT/UNDERLINEANYTHING THAT SEEMS TO MATCH WITH YOUR NOTES. WHAT OTHERINFORMATION DO YOULEARN ABOUT INDIAN MARRIAGE ADS THRU THIS FICTITIOUS NEWSPAPER?