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Day

 

 

1933

January

2

In interview to  Associated press of India observed that his suggestion to keep Guruvayur Temple open  during certain hours to Harijans was made by way of compromise.

1933

January

2

In interview to The  Hindu, said that Subbaroyan’s bill was "intended to undo the wrong done by  British Courts".

1933

January

3

Issued fourteenth  statement on untouchability.

1933

January

5

Interview to Associate  Press of India on compromise proposal with regard to temple-entry at Guruvayur.

1933

January

7

In statement to the  Press, asked Congressmen to decide for themselves whether to work as civil resisters or  social reformers.

1933

January

11

Gandhi continued to be  in Yeravda Central Prison. Gave interview to Associate Press.

1933

January

12

Deonayakacharya,  Secretary, All-India Varnashram Swarajya Sangh, and others came for discussion with Gandhi  but returned without meeting him.

1933

January

13

Gandhi met Sadashivrao  and Shinde.

1933

January

14

Gave interview to S.  Salivati, The Hindu correspondent; discussed compromise proposal with K. Kelappan.

1933

January

16

Telegraphed to M.G.  Hallett inquiring about Government’s decision on conservancy work in prisons.

1933

January

16

Met Sir Lallubhai  Samaldas.

1933

January

16

Gave interview to  Associate Press.

1933

January

17

Met Lady Thackersey;  had discussion with Dharmadev.

1933

January

18

Telegraphed to The  Hindu and its correspondent contradicting distorted report of interview.

1933

January

18

Gave interview to  Associate Press.

1933

January

18

Madan Mohan Malaviya  issued statement concerning conference of sanatanists at Allahabad.

1933

January

20

Gandhi met, among  others, Haribhau Phatak, Smt. Bhatt, Nargisbehn and Shankarrao Thakkar.

1933

January

20

Had talks with  Telegaonkar, Jedhe and others.

1933

January

21

Met Purshottamdas  Trikamdas, Vaze, Devdhar and Patwardhan.

1933

January

22

Gave interview to  Associate Press.

1933

January

23

Viceroy, gave sanction  to introduction of Untouchability Abolition Bill by Ranga Iyer in Central Assembly but  refused sanction to introduction of Subbaroyan’s Temple entry Bill in Madras Council.

1933

January

23

Gandhi discussed Madan  Mohan Malaviya’s proposal with Lakshmanshastri Joshi.

1933

January

23

Met Macrae, Gopalan  and girls from Seva Sadan.

1933

January

24

Issued statement on  viceregal decision.

1933

January

24

Met Smt. Gadgil,  Lilavati Munshi’s daughter, Purushottam and Macrae.

1933

January

25

Gave interview to  Associate Press.

1933

January

26

Wrote to T.B. Sapru  inquiring about his views on Untouchability Abolition and Temple-entry Bills.

1933

January

27

In interview to  Associate Press, advised sanatanists "to join Servants of Untouchabiles Society  and…work its programme for temporal uplift."

1933

January

28

Met s. Salivati, Kaka,  Paramananda and some Gujarati students.

1933

January

30

Discussed with C.  Rajagopalchari, G.D. Birla and Devdas steps to be taken after Viceregal sanction.

1933

January

31

Continued discussion  with C. Rajagopalchari and G.D. Birla.

1933

January

31

M.R. Jayakar visited  Gandhi.

1933

February

1

Gandhi wrote to  Viceroy seeking Government’s co-operation in expediting consideration of Bills. Had  talks with C. Rajagopalchari and G.D. Birla.

1933

February

2

Gave interview to  Associate Press.

1933

February

2

Met Velankar, Gohil,  some students and Ramachandra Shastri.

1933

February

3

Met Hiralal Shah and  Lilavati Munshi.

1933

February

4

Discussed with  Ambedkar two Bills and temple-entry issue. Gave interview to Stanley Jones.

1933

February

5

Sent message to  Harijan Conference, Kolaba.

1933

February

Before 6

Issued statement on Harijan.

1933

February

6

Met Macrae.

1933

February

7

In interview to  Associate Press, commented on Puri Shankaracharya’s letter to Ranga Iyer and  latter’s reply.

1933

February

9

Wrote to E.E. Doyle on  Appasaheb Patwardhan’s partial fast. Gave interview to Press.

1933

February

11

first issue of Harijan published. Gandhi wrote to Government regarding Appasaheb Patwardhan’s fast.

1933

February

11

Sent message to  members of Legislative Assembly urging them to "join in facilitating consideration of  the measures" in current session.

1933

February

11

Met Kodandarao,  Janakibai, Shantabai and Gomatibehn.

1933

February

11

Lakshmanshastri Joshi  delivered Madan Mohan Malaviya’s letter.

1933

February

13

Gandhi gave interview  on receiving news of Appasaheb Patwardhan breaking his fast.

1933

February

14

Telegraphed to Madan  Mohan Malaviya on necessity of Bills "in terms of the Bombay pledge" and urging  him to come for discussion.

1933

February

14

Had discussion with  Kelkar.

1933

February

14

Gave interview on  Ambedkar’s statement.

1933

February

16

In interview,  commenting on Ness Chronicle’s statement, clarified reformers’ position.

1933

February

16

Received wire from  Madan Mohan Malaviya insisting on circulation of Bills and suggesting release of  correspondence for publication.

1933

February

17

Received  Viceroy’s letter insisting upon circulation of Bills.

1933

February

18

In article "When  Is It Possible?" warned reformers against exploiting possibility of another fast by  him for abolishing untouchability.

1933

February

19

Wrote to M.G. Hallett.

1933

February

20

Met fellow-prisoner  Jamnalal.

1933

February

23

first issue of Harijan  Sevak published.

1933

February

24

Ramdas, Jamiatsingh,  Nargisbehn, Perinbehn, Kamalabehn and Mathurdas met Gandhi.

1933

February

24

In letter to Madan  Mohan Malaviya, Gandhi wrote pledge given in Bombay Resolution could not be honoured  without legislation.

1933

February

27

Met Kamladevi  Chattopadhyaya.

1933

March

2

Gave interview to  Associate Press.

1933

March

4

In article  "Confusing the Issue", stated essence of varnadharma and emphasized  untouchability had no connection with varnashrama.

1933

March

6

C.Rajagopalachari,  Devdas Gandhi and, Shankerlal Banker met Gandhi in Yeravda Central Prison.

1933

March

8

Gandhi sent message on  wedding of Lakshmi - a harijan girl brought up by Gandhi - and Maruti.

1933

March

12

First issue of  Gujarati Harijanbandhu was released from Poona.

1933

March

17

White Paper on Indian  constitutional Reforms was issued.

1933

March

18

Gandhi wrote to Home  Secretary, Bombay Government to reconsider decision to withhold his telegram advising  Poonamchand Ranka to break his fast.

1933

March

23

Again wrote to Home  Secretary, Bombay Government, requesting revision of decision and release of telegram to  fasting prisoner on humanitarian grounds as was the practice since 1922.

1933

March

25

Polak visited Gandhi.

1933

March

27

Gandhi in interview  with Associate Press emphasized need for opening temples to Harijans.

1933

March

28

Wrote again to Home  Secretary for permission to establish communication with Poonamchand Ranka.

1933

March

28

Was interviewed by  Associate Press.

1933

April

1

Twenty-seventh session  of Indian National Congress was held in Calcutta in defiance of Government orders and 600  delegates were arrested.

1933

April

1

Gandhi thanked Home  Secretary, Bombay Government, for permission to establish contact with Poonamchand Ranka,  but regretted Government’s decision to depart from old policy of permitting him to  communicate with other prisoners and carry on humanitarian

1933

April

1

Anne Maric Petersen  visited Gandhi.

1933

April

2

B.R. Ambedkar  consulted Gandhi in jail regarding revision of Poona Pact.

1933

April

10

Gandhi wired to  Poonamchand Ranka to break his fast as it was not proper for satyagrahi to resort to  fasting for getting more comforts.

1933

April

12

Wrote to Home  Secretary, Bombay Government, regretting Government’s decision not to permit him to  communicate directly with other prisoners for humanitarian work.

1933

April

On or Before 16

Harijan leaders of  Ahmedabad met Gandhi in jail.

1933

April

18

Gandhi issued appeal  for the observance of Harijan Day on April 30.

1933

April

22

Gandhi in Yeravda  Central Prison.

1933

April

23

Gandhi was in Yeravda  Central Prison, Poona.

1933

April

23

Interview to Associate  Press of India on talks with B.R. Ambedkar.

1933

April

27

In Harijan article,  "Yeravada Pact", Gandhi stated that Ambedkar’s suggestion for alteration of  panel system was "in no way to the advantage of Harijans".

1933

April

27

In letter to P.N.  Rajbhoj said that "the Yajna started in September… is still continuing,  it can end only when untouchability is eradicated".

1933

April

29 - 30

At midnight resolved  "to go on an unconditional and irrevocable fast for twenty-one days "from May  8" for the purification of self and associates".

1933

April

30

issued statement on  fast.

1933

April

30

In telegram to Home  Department intimated decision to fast.

1933

May

1

In letter to Raojibhai  Patel, said that proposed fast was "intended as punishment for those who believe that  they are too weak to fulfil the vow they had taken."

1933

May

1

Broke silence at noon.

1933

May

1

Interview to the press  on decision to fast.

1933

May

1

Gandhi met co-workers.

1933

May

2

Received cable from  Gen. Smuts appealing to desist from decision to fast.

1933

May

3

Interview to Associate  Press of India. Sarojini Naidu came and took charge of Gandhi.

1933

May

4

In telegram to Dr.  M.A. Ansari, Gandhi said "God would be my invisible medical attendant."

1933

May

5

In letter to  C.Rajagopalachari, agreed to undergo medical examination which he had rejected the  previous day.

1933

May

On or Before 6

Sent message to Arya  Samaj Conference.

1933

May

6

In the evening gave  message to numerous friends and admirers who had called on him.

1933

May

8

Interview to the Press  on his proposed fast.

1933

May

8

Gandhi commenced  21-day fast at 12 noon; issued statement explaining fast.

1933

May

8

Was released from jail  at 6 p.m.; Reached Lady Thackersey’s bungalow at 9 p.m.

1933

May

8

Interview to Associate  Press of India.

1933

May

8

Gandhi advised  suspension of civil disobedience movement for one month or six weeks; appealed to  Government to withdraw ordinances and release all civil resisters.

1933

May

9

M.S. Aney issued  statement suspending civil disobedience movement for six weeks.

1933

May

9

Government of India  issued communique on Gandhi’s release.

1933

May

10

In telegram, Gandhi  asked Kasturba to "be brave".

1933

May

11

In Harijan, gave  message "To the Reader".

1933

May

11

Doctors Phatak and  Gharpure, by turns, attended on Gandhi from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

1933

May

13

Kasturba was released  from Sabarmati Jail.

1933

May

13

Gandhi began to take  "Vichy" water in order to control acidity.

1933

May

14

Kasturba and Harilal  visited Gandhi.

1933

May

18

Was examined by Dr.  M.A. Ansari who considered condition to be better.

1933

May

20

As desired by Gandhi,  Madhav Desai returned to Sabarmati Ashram.

1933

May

20

In telegram, Gandhi  advised Senapati Bapat to give up fast. Began taking Sinhagad spring water mixed with soda  bicarbonate; it was sweeter than "Vichy" water and was associated with Shivaji  and Tilak.

1933

May

20

Medical bulletin from  "Parnakuti" read "Mahatma Gandhi spent yet another good night. There is  no change in his condition which continues to be quite satisfactory. A few of the most  important letters were read (out) to him this morning.

1933

May

21

Another  ‘Parnakuti’ bulletin "Gandhi passed another good night and enjoyed  undisturbed sleep till the morning prayer time. The feeling of nausea has almost entirely  disappeared. Since yesterday afternoon he has been drinking water from Sinhagad springs

1933

May

23

"Heads I win,  tails also" was Gandhi’s reply to Dr. B.C. Roy who asked how he was feeling.

1933

May

23

Medical bulletin on  Gandhi announced "Gandhi had good sleep and rest and is well."

1933

May

25

Dr. B. C. Roy and Dr.  M.A. Ansari were at Gandhi’s bed-side.

1933

May

26

Discussion with  Mahadev about Ashram management.

1933

May

27

Gandhi had discussion  with Devdas.

1933

May

29

Gave message which was  read out by Mahadev Desai; broke fast.

1933

June

6

Notice of  Devdas-Lakshmi weeding was given to Registrar of Marriages, Poona.

1933

June

10

Devdas Gandhi and  Lakshmi gave declarations under Section 10 of Special Marriages Act.

1933

June

16

At  ‘Parnakuti’, Poona, Devdas-Lakshmi wedding was performed according to Hindu  rites. Gandhi addressed bride and bridegroom.

1933

June

17

In message to South  Indians, wanted spread of Hindi in every village.

1933

June

Before 18

In a message, wanted  Ashram inmates to lead "purer lives than heretofore".

1933

June

21

Registrar of  Marriages, Poona, registered Devdas-Lakshmi marriage under Act III of 1872.

1933

June

25

In reply to Asaf  Ali’s open letter, Gandhi said "….non-violence for me is not a mere  experiment. It is a part of my life… I am more convinced that in the complex  situation that faces India, there is no other way of gaining freedom."

1933

July

2

Invited Congressmen  for Leaders’ Conference to be held on July 12.

1933

July

2

Had discussion with  Harijan workers in morning.

1933

July

8

In Harijan, wrote  "All about the Fast"

1933

July

11

In Poona, had  discussion with M.S. Aney, M.M. Malaviya, C. Rajagopalachari, Bhulabhai Desai, Dr. Alam  and Abul Kalam Azad.

1933

July

12

Spoke at Leaders’  Conference.

1933

July

12

Conference recommended  withdrawal of civil disobedience movement.

1933

July

12

Gandhi addressed  people from balcony of Tilak Memorial Hall, venue of Leaders’ Conference.

1933

July

14

Spoke at concluding  session o Leaders’ Conference which authorized him to seek interview with Viceroy.

1933

July

14

In telegram sought  interview with Viceroy. Spoke at Tilak Smarak Mandir.

1933

July

17

Viceroy refused to  grant interview; Gandhi renewed the request which was again turned down.

1933

July

18

Interview to the  Press.

1933

July

18

Gandhi reached Bombay en  route to Ahmedabad.

1933

July

18

In Bombay, gave  interview to The Hindu and The Bombay Chronicle.

1933

July

19

Reached Ahmedabad;  stayed at Sheth Ranchhodlal’s Amrit Bhuvan; had discussion with Harijans and  anti-untouchability workers.

1933

July

19

Interview to Associate  Press of India on Sir Samuel Hoare’s speech in House of Commons.

1933

July

19

Gandhi visited  Sabarmati ashram in afternoon.

1933

July

19

Was examined by  Ahmedabad doctors; condition considered "good".

1933

July

20

In interview to  representative of The Times of India, explained individual civil disobedience.

1933

July

21

Accompanied by  Kasturba, Gandhi met Mirabehn in Sabarmati Jail.

1933

July

22

In Harijan, published  reply to "An American Criticism". In letters to Jamnalal Bajaj and Devdas  Gandhi, announced decision to disband Sabarmati Ashram.

1933

July

22

M.S. Aney issued  statement discontinuing mass civil disobedience movement.

1933

July

23

At Ashram prayer  meeting, Mahadev Desai read out Gandhi’s appeal for funds for removal of  untouchability contributions collected on the spot.

1933

July

24

In letter to Satis  Chandra Das Gupta, Gandhi suggested stopping publication of Bengali Harijan, if it  was not self-supporting. Interview to The Bombay Chronicle on M.S. Aney’s  statement.

1933

July

25

Interview to  Associated Press of India on decision to disband Sabarmati Ashram.

1933

July

26

Gandhi issued  statement on M.S. Aney’s statement. In letter to Home Secretary, Government of  Bombay, conveyed decision to disband Sabarmati Ashram.

1933

July

26

Interview to Associate  Press of India.

1933

July

26

Interview to The  Hindu on disbanding of the Ashram.

1933

July

27

In letter to  Rabindranath Tagore, Gandhi said that "there was no injustice done to Bengal" by  Yeravda Pact. Interview to The Daily Herald on disbanding of Ashram. Interview to The  Times of India

1933

July

28

Interview to Associate  Press of India on disbanding of Ashram.

1933

July

29

Interview to Associate  Press of India on suspension of Congress Committees. Gandhi visited Sharda Mandir on its  foundation day.

1933

July

30

Issued statement  approving the appeal for observance of Sen Gupta Day on August 6.

1933

July

30

In statement to  Associate Press of India, urged Congressmen not to fritter away their energy in debating  over decision on civil disobedience; reminded Englishmen that for "real friendship  with India, Ordinance Rule is not the way,…Congress is the only

1933

July

30

In telegram to Home  Secretary, Government of Bombay, conveyed decision to march to Ras.

1933

July

30

In an appeal to people  of Gujarat, announced proposal to leave Ashram on march to Ras with 33 companions on  August 1.

1933

August

1

Along with Kasturba  and Mahadev Desai, was arrested after prayers.

1933

August

1

Bade farewell to  Harijans who had gathered on the road, on way to Sabarmati jail.

1933

August

1

Gave statement before  District Magistrate, Ahmedabad.

1933

August

1

In letter to Advani,  Superintendent, Ahmedabad Central Prison, asked for permission to do Harijan work.

1933

August

1

Ahmedabad observed  hartal.

1933

August

2

Gandhi was transferred  to Yeravda Prison.

1933

August

3

In letter to Home  Secretary, Government of Bombay, declined to conform to proposed restriction on his  movements. In statement before District Magistrate, Poona, referred to his letter to Home  Secretary, Government of Bombay, sent earlier in the day.

1933

August

4

Was released from  Yeravda Prison and served with order to quit Yeravda village and confine his movements to  Poona city municipal limits.

1933

August

4

Rearrested and sent  for trial in Yeravda Prison for disobeying restraint order.

1933

August

4

During trial gave  brief statement explaining his "willful and deliberate breach of order of the  Government of Bombay". Was sentenced to one year’s simple imprisonment and was  allotted ‘A’ class.

1933

August

4

Mahadev Desai also was  sentenced to an equal term of simple imprisonment and was allotted ‘B’ class.

1933

August

4

In letter to Home  Secretary, Government of Bombay, Gandhi renewed his request for permission to "resume  anti-untouchability work" and sought decision before Monday, August 7.

1933

August

5

In Harijan article,  "Ethics of Fasting", wrote "Just as a fast for regaining lost health is  neither unnatural nor criminal self-torture, so is not a fast for purification of self or  others." In letter to R.V. Martin, refused "to pay for any extra food"

1933

August

6

In letter to Home  Secretary, Government of Bombay requested expeditious decision on his request for grant of  facilities.

1933

August

8

Thanked Government of  Bombay for "limited permission" on some points and asked Government to be  equally "considerate in regard to (his) supra-physical needs."

1933

August

10

In letter to Home  Secretary, Government of Bombay, appealed for a decision on or before Monday, August 14.

1933

August

14

In letter to Home  Secretary, Government of Bombay conveyed decision to deny himself all nourishment if  demands were not granted before Wednesday, August 16. At Akola, M.S. Aney with 13  companions was arrested while starting on a march.

1933

August

15

In letter to R.V.  Martin, Gandhi urged granting of three requests, pending final orders, in order to avert  proposed fast.

1933

August

16

Commenced fast in the  afternoon despite sanction of certain facilities, which he described as having been  "grudgingly given."

1933

August

17

In letter to R.V.  Martin, enumerated points for settlement.

1933

August

19

In letter to Home  Secretary, Government of Bombay stated that civil disobedience, "a perfectly lawful  activity", was his creed though considered by Government as unlawful.

1933

August

20

In Harijanbandhu, paid  tributes to Hariprasad Desai of Bhavnagar - "A silent worker in the Harijan  Cause".

1933

August

21

Gandhi was removed to  Sassoon Hospital, Poona, because of serious condition. Andrews and Kasturba visited him.  Fearing that he was nearing death, Gandhi distributed his personal articles of use among  Hospital staff attending on him. (On p. 393 of the t

1933

August

23

Was released  unconditionally.

1933

August

23

Broke fast at 3.45  p.m. by taking a glass of orange-juice; taken to "Parnakuti" in an  ambulance-car; Dr. Dinshaw Mehta took charge of him.

1933

August

24

Sarojini Naidu visited  Gandhi; Legislative Assembly decided to hold over "Temple-entry Bill" for one  year.

1933

August

25

Gandhi gave interview  to the Press. Prabhashankar Pattani visited Gandhi.

1933

August

28

In Legislative  Assembly, viceroy announced that on question of reforms he had been consistent in his  policy "so as to help India towards responsible Government, Home rule or Dominion  Status". Jamshed Mehta visited Gandhi.

1933

August

30

In letter to V.S.  Srinivasa Sastri, Gandhi said that he would "gladly retire from Congress and devote  myself to the development of civil disobedience."

1933

September

2

Interview to Associate  Press of India.

1933

September

2

Hallett, Home  Secretary, met .C.F. Andrews who gave him his impressions of Gandhi’s mind as  gathered from daily interviews since his release.

1933

September

3

In Harijanbandhu article, "No Exaggeration", Gandhi wrote: "Harijan service is the breath of  my life and that, therefore, I cannot live for a moment without it."

1933

September

3

In statement to the  press, deplored the assassination of B.E.G. Burge, Magistrate of Midnapore.

1933

September

7

Issued statement on  "Harijan Day’ fixed for September 24, 1933.

1933

September

9

In Harijan article, "Was it Coercive?", said "As a great weapon in the armoury of  Satyagraha, it [fasting] can not be given up because of its possible abuse."

1933

September

9

In letter to V.S.  Srinivasa Sastri, said "… I do not want power. I look upon it as a privileged  service. The moment I feel that I can get out of it to the benefit of the Congress, I will  not fail."

1933

September

10

In Harijan, congratulated Harijans and Hindus of vina on having resolved their differences.

1933

September

10 - 14

Had discussion with  Jawaharlal Nehru.

1933

September

Before 11

Sent messages to World  Fellowship of Faiths; also to Swadeshi Exhibition organized by Gujarat and Broach  All-India Women’s Conference.

1933

September

12

A Japanese sadhu  visited Gandhi.

1933

September

13

In a letter to Gandhi,  Jawaharlal Nehru pointed out that "Fundamental Rights and Economic Policy"  Resolution adopted at Karachi Congress "gave the direction in which we should  move."

1933

September

4

In letter to  Jawaharlal Nehru, Gandhi said "I can go the whole length with you and say that  ‘we should range ourselves with the progressive forces of the world’. But  "…though there is such an agreement between you and me in the enunciation of  ideals,

1933

September

15

Left Poona for Bombay.

1933

September

16

Gandhi continued to  stay at Bombay. Conferred with Jawaharlal Nehru, Sarojini Naidu, G.D. Birla and Cowasji  Jehangir.

1933

September

19

Had discussion with  representatives of Mill-owners’ Association and labourers.

1933

September

20

Annie Besant died;  Gandhi paid tribute to her. Left for Ahmedabad.

1933

September

21

At Ahmedabad; unveiled  statue of Chinubhai; laid foundation stone of Maneklal Jethalal Library. Left for Bombay  at night.

1933

September

22

In Bombay.

1933

September

23

Arrived in Wardha.

1933

September

24

Third ‘Harijan  Day’ observed.

1933

September

29

Sent condolences on K.  Madhavan Nair’s death.

1933

September

30

In letter to G.D.  Birla proposed to hand over Satyagraha Ashram to Servants of Untouchables Society.

1933

October

4

Gave interviews to  Rev. Fuji and Rev. Okitsu.

1933

October

8

At public meeting  reiterated his decision to devote himself to Harijan work till august 3, 1934.

1933

October

9

Met N.S. Hardikar and  Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya.

1933

October

14

Sent message on  fiftieth anniversary of Swami Dayananda’s death.

1933

October

18

Spoke at wedding of  Prabhudas Gandhi.

1933

October

22

Gave interview to Unti.

1933

October

22

Vithalbhai Patel died  in Geneva.

1933

October

24

In interview to  Associate Press Gandhi paid tribute to Vithalbhai Patel.

1933

October

31

Met K.F. Nariman.

1933

November

2

Wrote to Governor of  Bengal on inhuman treatment meted out to civil resisters in Hijli jail.

1933

November

Before 7

Addressed Harijans at  Nalwadi.

1933

November

7

Commenced Harijans  tour.

1933

November

7

Visited Rama Mandir of  Wardha and Lakshminarayana temple. At Selu opened temple to Harijans; addressed public  meeting. At Wardha spoke at public meeting in evening.

1933

November

8

Arrived in Nagpur in  morning.

1933

November

8

Spoke at Lendra and  Dhantoli.

1933

November

8

Addressed meeting at  sweepers’ quarters, opened well for them. Visited various Harijans institutions;  inaugurated Harijans Mahila Ashram.

1933

November

8

Visited Katol, Mapa,  Kalameshwar and Dorli.

1933

November

8

At Nagpur addressed  public meeting in evening.

1933

November

9

Gave interview to the  Press in morning.

1933

November

9

Visited Khadi  Vastralaya, Untkhana boarding, Navi Shukravari and Anath Vidyarthi Griha; opened well to  Harijans.

1933

November

9

Visited Kamptee,  Kanan, Ramtek, Dumbri Khurd and Saoner during day.

1933

November

10

Gave interview to the  Press.

1933

November

10

Reached Tumsar,  addressed public meeting.

1933

November

10

At Bhandara addressed  meeting, opened Lakshminarayana temple.

1933

November

10

Visited Mohali,  Shihora, and Lakhni.

1933

November

10

At Gondia, addressed  public meeting. Left for Wardha.

1933

November

11

Arrived in Wardha at 7  a.m. Gave interview to the Press.

1933

November

11

At Deoli addressed  public meeting.

1933

November

12

At Wardha.

1933

November

13

Left Wardha for  Hinganghat.

1933

November

14

At Hinganghat visited  Harijans quarters, addressed public meeting in evening.

1933

November

14

Reached Chanda at  night.

1933

November

14

Visited Mool, opened  two wells to Harijans.

1933

November

14

At Saoli visited Khadi  Karyalaya and weavers’ quarters; spoke at public meeting.

1933

November

14

At Chanda spoke at  public meeting in evening.

1933

November

15

Addressed public  meeting at Warora and Wun in morning.

1933

November

15

Visited Brany and  Umani.

1933

November

15

Reached Yeotmal in  evening.

1933

November

15

Visited Chokhamela  Harijan Boarding and other institutions.

1933

November

15

Addressed  workers’ meeting and public meeting.

1933

November

16

Left Yeotmal for  Amraoti in morning.

1933

November

16

Arrived in Amraoti at  11 a.m.

1933

November

16

Addressed  Children’s meeting, women’s meeting and Harijans’ meeting in afternoon.

1933

November

16

Visited Harijan  quarters.

1933

November

16

Spoke at Hanuman  Vyayamshala and public meeting in evening.

1933

November

17

Visited Kamargaon,  Loni, Karanjia, Murtazapur, Balapur, Wadegaon, Wallaya and Shegaon.

1933

November

17

At Lasura opened Shiva  temple.

1933

November

17

At Khamgaon visited  Harijan quarters and Harijan hostel.

1933

November

17

Spoke at Anjuman  Mufid-ul-Islam, public meeting and workers’ meeting.

1933

November

18

Arrived in Akola at 10  a.m.

1933

November

18

Visited National  School, Saraswati School, Saraswati Mandir and Harijan quarters.

1933

November

18

Had interview with  Harijans.

1933

November

18

Had discussion with  sanatanist Swami Lalnath.

1933

November

18

Addressed public  meeting and Harijan workers’ meeting.

1933

November

18

Gave interview to the  Press.

1933

November

19

Left Akola in morning.

1933

November

19

Visited Ugwa,  Keliveli, Akot, Anjangaon and Pathrot.

1933

November

19

Reached Chikalda.

1933

November

20

Left Chikalda.

1933

November

20

At Ellichpur addressed  two public meeting.

1933

November

20

Visited Utkhed and  Chandur Bazaar.

1933

November

20

At Morsi spoke at  public meeting.

1933

November

20

Arrived in Badnera at  night, addressed public meeting.

1933

November

20

Gave message to people  of Berar.

1933

November

22

Arrived in Drug.

1933

November

22

Visited house of a  sweeper, Municipal school, Arya Samaj Girls’ School, Khadi Centre and Harijan  quarters.

1933

November

22

Addressed public  meeting.

1933

November

22

Visited Kumhari.

1933

November

22

Reached Raipur at  night.

1933

November

23

Had interviews with  Harijans and sanatanists in morning.

1933

November

23

Spoke in reply to  address. Visited Harijan quarters, Khadi Bhandar, Hindu Anathalaya and Sanatani Ashram.

1933

November

23

Opened All-India  Swadeshi Exhibition in evening.

1933

November

24

At Dhamtari, addressed  women’s’ meeting and public meeting; visited Harijan quarters.

1933

November

24

Visited Rajim.

1933

November

24

At Raipur opened  Hanuman temple and two wells to Harijans; addressed public meeting in evening.

1933

November

25

At Baloda Bazaar  opened Gopalji temple to Harijans; addressed public meeting.

1933

November

25

Visited Bhatapara and  Sakti.

1933

November

25

At Baitalpur visited  Clare leper Asylum

1933

November

25

At Bilaspur spoke at  women’s meeting, public meeting and railway workers’ meeting.

1933

November

25

Returned to Raipur.

1933

November

26

At Raipur.

1933

November

27

Addressed women’s  meeting in afternoon.

1933

November

27

Spoke at Chhattisgarh  Harijan workers’ meeting and Rajkumar College in evening.

1933

November

27

Left for Amgaon.

1933

November

28

Reached Amgaon at 1  a.m., addressed villagers’ meeting.

1933

November

28

At Risama opened  Ganesh temple.

1933

November

28

At Lanji visited  Harijan quarters; addressed meeting.

1933

November

28

Visited Kirnapur.

1933

November

28

At Balaghat addressed  women’s meeting and public meeting.; visited Harijan quarters.

1933

November

28

Visited Waraseoni.

1933

November

28

Arrived in Seoni.

1933

November

29

Addressed women’s  meeting and public meeting.

1933

November

29

Had interview with  sanatanists.

1933

November

29

At Chhindwara  addressed workers’ meeting and public meeting; visited Harijan quarters.

1933

November

29

Visited Kherwani and  Multapi.

1933

November

29

Reached Betul.

1933

November

30

Visited Khedi,  Savaligarh and Baraling.

1933

November

30

At Betul spoke at  public meeting; visited Harijan quarters.

1933

November

30

At Itarsi addressed  public meeting.

1933

December

1

At Kareli addressed  public meeting. At Deori opened Shri Muralidhar temple; addressed public meeting.

1933

December

1

Visited injured  Harijan girl in hospital.

1933

December

1

At Anantpur spoke at  public meeting; visited Khadi Nivas and villagers’ houses; conferred with khadi  workers.

1933

December

2

Left Anantpur.

1933

December

2

Visited Garhakota.

1933

December

2

At Damoh, laid  foundation-stone of temple for Harijans; addressed public meeting; visited Harijan  quarters.

1933

December

2

Reached Sagar at 4  p.m.; addressed women’s meeting and public meeting; laid foundation-stone of temple  to be built by Harijans for all Hindus. Left for Katni at night.

1933

December

3

At Katni addressed  public meeting.

1933

December

3

Visited Sihora,  Burhagar and Panagar.

1933

December

3

Reached Jabalpur at 4  p.m., spoke at public meeting.

1933

December

4

At Jabalpur; silence  day; met Dr. M.A. Ansari.

1933

December

5

Conferred with  Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr. Ansari, S. Mahmud, K.F. Nariman and Jamnalal Bajaj.

1933

December

6

Spoke at Harijan  workers’ meeting.

1933

December

6

Visited Mandla;  addressed public meeting.

1933

December

6

Returned to Jabalpur;  visited Narayanganj, Barela and Beoharji’s temple; inspected night school for  Harijans.

1933

December

6

At Jabalpur spoke at  Gujaratis’ meeting.

1933

December

7

Conferred with Harijan  Leaders and workers.

1933

December

7

Visited Swadeshi  Museum and Harijan quarters.

1933

December

7

At Khadi Bhandar sold  khadi; opened Lakshminarayana temple to Harijans.

1933

December

7

Spoke at women’s  meeting and Leonard Theological College.

1933

December

7

Left Jabalpur by  train.

1933

December

7

Arrived at Sohagpur.

1933

December

7

Visited Babai.

1933

December

8

Reached Harda in  morning; addressed public meeting. Spoke at public meeting at Khandwa and Burhanpur.

1933

December

8

Left for Jhansi.

1933

December

9

Arrived at Bhopal,  spoke at public meeting. Visited Bhilsa and Basoda.

1933

December

9

At Jhansi addressed  women’s meeting and public meeting.

1933

December

9

Left for Delhi.

1933

December

10

Arrived in Delhi in  morning; addressed labourers’ meeting.

1933

December

10

Visited Harijan  quarters, Khadi Bhandar and Jamia Millia Islamia.

1933

December

10

Had discussion with  Harijans.

1933

December

11

At Delhi; silence day.

1933

December

12

Conferred with  Congress leaders.

1933

December

13

Had discussion with  sanatanists.

1933

December

13

In morning visited  Alipur and spoke at public meeting.

1933

December

13

Attended meeting of  Central Board of Harijan Sevek Sangh.

1933

December

13

Addressed  students’ meeting and unveiled portrait of Motilal Nehru.

1933

December

13

In statement to the  Press categorically refused charges made by Mohammed Iqbal.

1933

December

13

Met members of  Japanese Delegation.

1933

December

13

Continued talks with  Congress leaders.

1933

December

13

At night conferred  with Congress workers.

1933

December

14

Continued discussion  with Abul Kalam Azad, Jawaharlal Nehru, J.B. Kripalani, Jamnalal Bajaj and Syed Mahmud.

1933

December

14

Addressed  Harijans’ and woken’s meetings.

1933

December

14

Left for Bezwada at 4  p.m.

1933

December

15

In train.

1933

December

Before 16

Had discussion with  sanatanists.

1933

December

16

Arrived in Bezawda at  3 a.m.

1933

December

16

Visited Padamata,  Padamatalanka, Mogalrajapuram and Idupugallu.

1933

December

16

At Bazwada visited  Harijan quarters; addressed women’s meeting and public meeting.

1933

December

17

At Mudunuru opened two  temples to Harijans in morning.

1933

December

17

At Gudivada, spoke at  public meeting.

1933

December

17

At Siddhantam opened  temple to Harijans; gave interview to The Hindu in afternoon.

1933

December

17

Visited Angaluru,  Gudlavalleru, Kavutaram and Pedanna.

1933

December

17

Reached Masulipatam;  addressed public meeting.

1933

December

17

Paid visit to  Challapalle.

1933

December

18

At Masulipatam;  silence day.

1933

December

19

In evening visited  Kankipadu, Pamaru, and Bhatlapenumarru.

1933

December

19

Returned to Bezwada.

1933

December

19

Left for Madras.

1933

December

20

Arrived in Madras in  morning.

1933

December

20

Spoke in reply to  civic address; opened All-India Swadeshi Exhibition.

1933

December

20

Addressed South India  Chamber of Commerce, two women’s meetings, students’ meeting and public meeting.

1933

December

21

Visited Harijan  Cheries.

1933

December

21

At Robinson Park,  Royapuram, spoke at Harijans’ meeting.

1933

December

21

At Perambur addressed  M.S.M. Railway labourers’ meeting and public meeting.

1933

December

21

Spoke at Bharat Sabha  at Vellala Teynampet.

1933

December

21

At Wadia Park  addressed Labour Union meeting and unveiled Annie Besant’s portrait.

1933

December

21

At Choolai spoke at  public meeting.

1933

December

22

Gave interview to S.  Satyamurti.

1933

December

22

Addressed public  meeting, Vaishya Association and Gujarati, Marwari and Sindhi residents at Jain Mandir.

1933

December

22

Unveiled portrait of  Nageswara Rao Pantulu at Andhra Maha Sabha.

1933

December

22

Visited slums in  Triplicane.

1933

December

22

Presided over Hindi  Prachar Sabha Convocation.

1933

December

22

Met Depressed Classes  Deputation;. Gave interview to Madras Mail and The Hindu.

1933

December

22

Sent message to Tamil  Lovers’ Conference.

1933

December

22

Left for Guntur.

1933

December

23

Reached Guntur in  morning.

1933

December

23

Paid visit to Konda  Venkatappayya’s ailing wife. Renamed a temple; addressed public meeting. Visited  Chebrole, Munipalle, Vellalur and Ponnur.

1933

December

23

At Nidubrole, spoke at  public meeting; declared open institution for adult education and library.

1933

December

23

At Thalapalem, opened  Free Ayurvedic Kuteeram and laid foundation-stone of Atma Vilas Ashram building; addressed  Harijans’ meeting.

1933

December

23

At Kavur; laid  foundation of Vinay Ashram building, opened temple to Harijans, addressed public meeting.

1933

December

23

At Ithananagarampadu  opened temple to Harijans.

1933

December

23

Visited Bhattiprolu  and Repalli.

1933

December

23

Reached Tenali; spoke  at public meeting.

1933

December

24

Arrived at Samalkot at  10.40 a.m.

1933

December

24

At Peddapuram, spoke  at public meeting.

1933

December

24

At Cocanada addressed  women’s meeting and public meeting.

1933

December

24

Visited Gollapalem.

1933

December

24

At Ramchandrapuram,  visited Valmiki Ashram, addressed public meeting.

1933

December

24

Reached Rajahmundry at  7.30 p.m., addressed public meeting.

1933

December

24

Met Harijan  leaders’ deputation at night.

1933

December

24

Spent night in launch.

1933

December

25

Reached Sitanagaram in  morning; silence day.

1933

December

26

Visited Vangalpadu,  opened sitaramaswami temple, Sitanagaram Harijan ashram and two temples of Ramalingeshwara  and Kodandam.

1933

December

26

Reached Tallapudi by  steam launch.

1933

December

26

Visited Malakapalli,  Dhramavaram, and Nidadavole.

1933

December

26

Arrived in Tanuku.

1933

December

27

At Tanuku spoke at  public meeting, visited Eletipadu, Kavitam, Poduru, Vedangi and Jinnunur.

1933

December

27

At Palakollu, spoke at  public meeting laid foundation of Harijan Ashram.

1933

December

27

Paid visit to  Ballipadu.

1933

December

27

Addressed public  meeting at Bhimavaram and Tadepalligudem.

1933

December

27

Reached Ellora at 5  p.m. and addressed public meeting and Arya Andhra Sangha, unveiled Lajpatrai’s  portrait; visited Harijan quarters.

1933

December

28

Met Congress workers.

1933

December

28

Left Ellora.

1933

December

28

Reached Vizagapatam in  afternoon.

1933

December

28

Visited Harijan  workers; opened swadeshi store; spoke at women’s meeting and public meeting.

1933

December

28

At Bimlipatam opened  Ramamandiram.

1933

December

28

At Vizianagaram met  Harijan leaders.

1933

December

29

At Vizianagaram  visited Harijan quarters; spoke at public meeting.

1933

December

29

At Anakapalle, spoke  in reply to civic address.

1933

December

29

Reached Bitragunta.

1933

December

30

Addressed public  meeting at Kavli and Allur. At Gandavaram; opened temple to Harijans; spoke at public  meeting.

1933

December

30

Visited Yellayapalem.

1933

December

30

At Buchireddipalem;  addressed women’s meeting and public meeting.

1933

December

30

At Nellore; visited  Harijan quarters, opened reading-room for Harijans; addressed women’s meeting and  public meeting.

1933

December

30

At Gadur; spoke at  public meeting.

1933

December

30

Arrived in  Venkatagiri.

1933

December

31

Visited Harijan  quarters; laid foundation stone of reading-room for Harijans; spoke at public meeting.

1933

December

31

At Tirupati, addressed  public meeting.

1933

December

31

Visited Renigunta.

1933

December

31

Reached Cuddapah.