For a World of Peace and Nonviolence!

CHRONOLOGY 1923

1923

January

27

Kasturba visited  Gandhiji.

1923

February

10

Mulshi Peta  satyagrahis in Yeravda Prison flogged for refusing to work.

1923

February

10

Gandhiji sought Jail  Superintendent’s permission to meet Mulshi Peta prisoners.

1923

April

16

Devdas met Gandhiji.

1923

April

17

Shankerlal Banker  released.

1923

April

21

Gandhiji indisposed  with severe pain in stomach.

1923

May

1

Wrote to Jail  Superintendent refusing special class treatment denied to other prisoners.

1923

May

5

Examined by Col.  Maddock, Surgeon-General.

1923

May

15

Examined again by Col.  Maddock. Visited by Indulal Yagnik.

1923

May

18

Transferred to  European Ward; Kasturba and others called.

1923

June

27

Mulshi Peta  satyagrahis commenced fast.

1923

June

29

Approached Jail  Superintendent for permission to see Mulshi Peta prisoners on their being flogged again.  Discussed matter with Col. Dalziel.

1923

July

2

In great physical pain  at night.

1923

July

9

Communicated to Jail  Superintendent his decision to fast since his offer to meet Mulshi Peta satyagrahis had  been rejected.

1923

July

10

Agreed to postpone  fast for 48 hours on Superintendent’s request.

1923

July

11

Reached  Governor’s message through Griffiths.

1923

July

12

Informed to Griffiths  that he would be allowed to meet Mulshi Peta satyagrahis and that flogging would be  resorted to only when prisoners attacked jail officials. Persuaded satyagrahis to give up  fast.

1923

July

16

Kasturba and others  met Gandhiji.

1923

August

13

Discussed with  Governor, Sir George Lloyd, classification of prisoners.

1923

September

10

Devdas, Narandas, and  others called on Gandhiji.

1923

October

10

Kasturba, Avantikabai,  Jamnalal and Savatibai saw Gandhiji.

1923

November

26

Started writing The  History of satyagraha in South Africa in Gujarati.

1923

December

17

Visited by Kasturba,  Mathurdas and Ramdas.

1923

December

18

Rambai Ranade met  Gandhiji.